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Thread: Three weeks in on Lipotrim TFR

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    Diet: LIPOTRIM for the final polish
    Height: 6ft1in
    Start Date: 27th Feb 2012
    Start Weight: 20st1lb
    Current Weight: 14st12lb
    Goal Weight: 13st13lb
    Goal Date: 24th Oct 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 37.1
    Current BMI: 27.4
    Goal BMI: 25.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 5st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st13lb
    % Lost 25.98%

    Three weeks in on Lipotrim TFR

    HI all, I'm three weeks gone on Liptrim, I'm a 6ft 1" male and started my weight loss journey in feb 2012

    I started at 20st 1lb and lost 4 - 4.5st by oct 2012

    I sort of maintained and yo-yo'd half a stone or so here and there, hovering generally around the 16st mark for a couple of years, then over this summer, due to very bad habits, I whizzed up to over 17st again....

    I set out to lose 6st in 2012 with a target of 13st - 13lbs and never made it....partially due to that every time I hit the mid-15's I start looking "ok" (I am tall and broad) and people tell me "thats enough".....

    A friend of mine had huge success on lipotrim and lost 5st last year....I struggled to come to terms with the idea...but here I am, three weeks in and the story so far...

    I have lost 30lbs in three weeks...

    I use male Lipotrim and mix my shakes with 450ml of water

    I use my first shake around 9.30am, then generally the second one around 5 - 6pm

    I drink about 4L of water a day and around 2 - 3 cups of black tea or coffee

    I've cheated with the following in three weeks;

    1) 2 pieces of bacon and 2 fried eggs (once - but i felt I needed the energy for a fishing trip)

    2) 2 burgers (no roll, just a burger on a fork) at a social function

    3) one small 20g piece of cheese - just buckled on an overwhelming craving!

    can't be more honest than this, this is me, today reporting in at 15st 7lbs with 1.5st to go - I reckon another month and I will achieve the target

    I am healthy, happy and motivated by these results, I had a few side effects in week one (headaches and hard poo's) but upping the water seems to have sorted everything out

    the diet is very anti-social and totally unforgiving. I am happy with this spartan life for now, it's getting me to where I've always wanted to be

    I've been happier in the past three years since I wasnt 20st, so, for me, hitting the target will be worth the tough journey

    feel free to say Hi, I will try to log in regularly to update this diary
    LIPOTRIM - IT'S TOUGH BUT WORTH IT

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    Diet: Lipotrim
    Height: 5ft6in
    Start Date: 03/09/14
    Start Weight: 17st11lb
    Current Weight: 17st0lb
    Goal Weight: 10st7lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 40.2
    Current BMI: 38.4
    Goal BMI: 23.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st11lb
    Weight to Lose: 6st7lb
    % Lost 4.42%
    Hi

    You are doing so well! I really admire people who go for it and stick to it (albeit a few hiccups) but it has not affected your weightloss one bit!! I agree the diet is totally unsociable and unforgiving!! I am not booking too many social engagements over the next few months!

    My partner and I started the LT diet 3 weeks ago - 2nd weigh in tonight. He started at 22st and has already lost 10lbs and I think he is in for a good weight loss this week. I have my 2nd weigh in tonight and I know I have lost but not sure how much! I did LT in 2007 and lost nearly 3st but after having a baby and life crisis (not the baby!!) I put on all the weight and more! I am not back with a bang and wanting to get rid of my weight once and for all. The only thing I will say is that this works for me and although it is drastic it gives exceptional results!

    Are you able to exercise with this diet? I have been too tired to exercise this week but thought I may try for next week.
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    Diet: LIPOTRIM for the final polish
    Height: 6ft1in
    Start Date: 27th Feb 2012
    Start Weight: 20st1lb
    Current Weight: 14st12lb
    Goal Weight: 13st13lb
    Goal Date: 24th Oct 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 37.1
    Current BMI: 27.4
    Goal BMI: 25.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 5st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st13lb
    % Lost 25.98%
    HI, I can't seem to raise the energy to exercise to be honest, work and the odd walk seems to be enough

    I really flagged on a serious hill climb last fri night, the fast burn energy required for workouts and strenuous exercise just doesnt seem to be there

    wish you luck with your efforts and thanks for the support
    LIPOTRIM - IT'S TOUGH BUT WORTH IT

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    Diet: LIPOTRIM for the final polish
    Height: 6ft1in
    Start Date: 27th Feb 2012
    Start Weight: 20st1lb
    Current Weight: 14st12lb
    Goal Weight: 13st13lb
    Goal Date: 24th Oct 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 37.1
    Current BMI: 27.4
    Goal BMI: 25.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 5st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st13lb
    % Lost 25.98%
    5lbs lost last week

    now in at 15-4
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    LIPOTRIM - IT'S TOUGH BUT WORTH IT

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    Well done you Rod!!! Only 5 days in and willing myself to the weigh in!!! Not too tough so far though so I'm hoping I'll start "enjoying" it after the first weigh in!
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    Week 1 = -11lb
    Week 2 = -4lb

    Week 3 = -7lb

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    Diet: Lipotrim
    Start Date: 29th September 2014
    Start Weight: 15st10lb
    Goal Weight: 10st10lb
    Goal Date: Hopefully soon...?
    Seriously impressed with your losses Rod! You inspire me
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    Lipotrim: Start 29/09/14
    Week 0: 220lb >_<
    Week 1: 214.5lb - slipped up on Sun evening, also need to up water intake
    Week 2: 209.5lb ^^ Getting there bit by bit!
    Week 3: 207.3lb - two slip-ups, argh!

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    Diet: LIPOTRIM for the final polish
    Height: 6ft1in
    Start Date: 27th Feb 2012
    Start Weight: 20st1lb
    Current Weight: 14st12lb
    Goal Weight: 13st13lb
    Goal Date: 24th Oct 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 37.1
    Current BMI: 27.4
    Goal BMI: 25.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 5st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st13lb
    % Lost 25.98%
    ok, final weigh in after 5 weeks on Lipotrim, I've hit 14st 12lbs

    so thats 2st and 12lbs lost since I started

    I have now chosen to come off lipotrim for a few reasons, mostly because I am bored with the regime and I need a little more energy than the shakes give me as I wish to make the most of my hobby for the best of the season and take up some regular exercise again

    I am now continuing on my weight loss journey utilising a high protein, low-carb diet, similar to what I did in 2012

    I have 12lbs to lose and will achieve this by my 44th birthday on 11th dec

    I will check in from time to time and thank everyone for the support so far, its a great forum

    I wish you all well in your journey whatever method you choose
    LIPOTRIM - IT'S TOUGH BUT WORTH IT

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    Diet: restart Lipotrim for 8/10 weeks
    Height: 5ft10in
    Start Date: 22/10/2014
    Start Weight: 14st11lb
    Current Weight: 14st11lb
    Goal Weight: 11st7lb
    Goal Date: Dec 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 29.7
    Current BMI: 29.7
    Goal BMI: 23.1


    Statistics:
    Weight to Lose: 3st4lb
    % Lost 0%
    Well done indeed Rod!
    Good luck on your continued regime x
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    Start Date 22nd October 2014
    Off we go!!........


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    Congrats on your weight loss Rod! I wish you the best with your new regime
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    Lipotrim: Start 29/09/14
    Week 0: 220lb >_<
    Week 1: 214.5lb - slipped up on Sun evening, also need to up water intake
    Week 2: 209.5lb ^^ Getting there bit by bit!
    Week 3: 207.3lb - two slip-ups, argh!





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