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    Diet: Lipotrim
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 21/02/2012
    Start Weight: 19st8lb
    Current Weight: 18st9lb
    Goal Weight: 14st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 42.9
    Current BMI: 40.9
    Goal BMI: 30.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st13lb
    Weight to Lose: 4st9lb
    % Lost 4.74%

    Anyone doing this with a toddler to look after!

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    Hi, is anyone here doing lipotrim with a small child to look after...how are you managing?

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    Diet: Lipotrim
    Height: 5ft4.5in
    Start Date: 28/08/2012
    Start Weight: 12st8lb
    Current Weight: 10st4.5lb
    Goal Weight: 8st10lb
    Goal Date: September


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 29.7
    Current BMI: 24.4
    Goal BMI: 20.6


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 2st3.5lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st8.5lb
    % Lost 17.9%
    I have a demanding 8 month old!! I find she keeps my busy so ivd been lucky n not had too much time to think about food!!

    Start Weight 06/06/2014 12stone 8lbs

    Week 1 - 11st13lbs (-9lbs)
    Week 2 - 11st 9.5lbs (-3.5lbs)
    Week 3 - 11st 6.5lbs (-3lbs)
    Week 4 - 11st 1.5lbs (-5lbs)
    Week 5- 10st 11.5lbs (-4lbs)
    Week 6 - 10st 7.75lbs (-3.75lbs)
    Week 7 - 10st 4.5 lbs ( -3.25lbs)

    Total lost so far - 2st 3.5 lbs

    In 2012 Lipotrim 100% for 16 weekS going from 12st4lbs (size 16) to target of 8st 6lbs (size 8) , total loss of 3st 12lbs. Didnít do refeed, went on and off the wagon for 6 weeks after getting to goal and lost the plot a little. Than fell pregnant at 10 st 7lbs so could not continue with lipotrim. Was just under 12 stone at full term pregnancy. After I had my baby goose the weight just piled on. Back on it for round 2 and this time I WILL MAINTAIN!!



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    Diet: Lipotrim
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 21/02/2012
    Start Weight: 19st8lb
    Current Weight: 18st9lb
    Goal Weight: 14st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 42.9
    Current BMI: 40.9
    Goal BMI: 30.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st13lb
    Weight to Lose: 4st9lb
    % Lost 4.74%
    Thanks for replying. I have a 2.5 year old boy who is constantly on the go...I find the first week of trying to get into this diet hell..so low on energy and I struggle. I am due to restart next week on Tuesday.. Hoping I can do this. Are these boards really quiet now?

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    Height: 5ft5in
    Start Date: 25/7/14
    Start Weight: 12st6.4lb
    Goal Weight: 10st0lb


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    Goal BMI: 23.3
    My son is just 5 and I don't find it too bad purely because my husband works such erratic hours that we very rarely sit down as a family and eat together. Ive always had a liberal attitude to food anyway because although the "experts" claim we should all eat together and not graze, I feel that my strict upbringing of "eat your dinner or youll get nothing else" was part of my weight problem today. I give my son a breakfast and let him graze on healthy snacks all day inc plenty of fresh fruit. Then in the evening I give him a choice of a hot meal. He doesn't walk all over me, believe me I know when he's playing up and if he doesn't eat what I give him I tell him he'll have to be hungry then funnily enough its eaten soon enough!!! So he doesn't notice my shakes. Its been good for me as Ive stopped the evening glasses of wine which I was worrying that he would notice
    Ampsa





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