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    New to SW

    Hi everyone

    Iv been doing Exante for the last 6 weeks and lost 17 lbs but yesterday was really really hungry and freezing cold all day.
    Decided it was time for a change so armed with all my Daughters SW books I'm giving it a go.
    It all looks like a minefield of information to take in at the moment but I'm sure I will get the hang of things and I can always ask on here?
    What I need to know from you lovely people is where can I find out how many sins I'm allowed? Iv had a quick look through the books but can't find anything.


    This morning iv had

    Raspberry/Strawberries/Blueberries/black currants with a Muller Lite yogurt on top :-)

    Pauline :-)

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    Diet: Slimming World
    Height: 5ft2in
    Start Date: 2nd July 2012
    Between 5 and 15 syns a day.
    Are yoiu ok with the different plans, healthy extras etc. If not just shout.
    Good luck on your journey x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesam2931 View Post
    Between 5 and 15 syns a day. Are yoiu ok with the different plans, healthy extras etc. If not just shout. Good luck on your journey x Sent from my GT-P3110 using MiniMins.com mobile app
    To be honest still trying to get my head round things lol
    Worked last night and took tuna salad and Muller a Lite yogurt with me and when I got up had mixed berries with Muller Lite on top :-)

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    Well iv weight myself this morning after my 1st week with SW and iv lost 1 1/2lbs.
    That might not sound much but I was expecting a gain. 6 weeks on Exante and being told to expect a gain when I start eating "real food" so I'm really really pleased ;-)
    Good luck to everyone and let the scales be kind to you xx

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    Diet: SW
    Height: 5ft0in
    Start Date: 06/05/14
    Start Weight: 15st3lb
    Current Weight: 13st11.5lb
    Goal Weight: 8st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 41.6
    Current BMI: 37.8
    Goal BMI: 21.9


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1st5.5lb
    Weight to Lose: 5st11.5lb
    % Lost 9.15%
    Well done on your loss! It's not an easy transition, I'm only too familiar with it myself. And of course the losses are smaller on a normal diet as opposed to a VLCD. But it can be steady and satisfying and I'm enjoying losing more slowly but living my normal life. What plan have you decided on? Or are you going to mix it up a bit?
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    Restart on 6 May 2014: 15st3lb
    First Weigh In: 15st0.5lb
    Second WI: 14st10lb
    Third WI: 14st6lb
    Fourth WI: 14st5.5lb
    Fifth WI: 14st4.5lb
    Sixth WI: 14st2lb
    Seventh WI: 14st4lb (holiday, gained 2lb)
    Eighth WI: 13st13.5lb
    Ninth WI: 13st11.5lb

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    • Get into 14s DONE
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeBeeSee View Post
    Well done on your loss! It's not an easy transition, I'm only too familiar with it myself. And of course the losses are smaller on a normal diet as opposed to a VLCD. But it can be steady and satisfying and I'm enjoying losing more slowly but living my normal life. What plan have you decided on? Or are you going to mix it up a bit?
    I'm doing a bit of each as I work 3 nights a week and I think I will be able to manage better that way. I have to take things to eat with me no way can I do a 9 hr shift on next to nothing ;-)





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