A dim question..

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  1. dolly_reeves

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    What would happen if you put some fruit in the shake when u mixed it up? Could you put some slices of banana or strawberry in? Is this bad? Any advice welcome.
     
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    No No No, and hell no.
    This is TOTAL food replacement!!!!

    :) xxx
     
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    OK umm ok.... thanks - just wanted to ask before i made a dreadful mistake.... thanks!
     
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    I repeat what they say NO!
     
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    gosh i feel so ashamed of myself to ask. but at least i did ask before i did something i would regret!
     
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    Nay, nay & thrice nay !

    The whole premise of LT is that it's a carefully calculated daily formula designed to induce maximum ketosis but stop your body from entering starvation (& hold onto fat) mode.

    Even innocuous items like low cal diet drinks are no-nos as they contain citric acid which can knock you out of ketosis.

    Have you watched the vid on the LT site ? It's a real eye-opener & you learn so much about how your body works :)

    Good luck & be firm ! (In all senses of the word !)
     
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    No need to feel ashamed :)

    But deffo follow the LT instructions to the letter - you're chucking money away otherwise as it doesn't work :)
     
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    nictastic Says it as it is!!!

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    Fruit will knock you out of ketosis...either through carb content or sugar!! x
     
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    Hey Dolly, not a dim question. I must admit I was very tempted to add a few strawberries to my shake this week as I'd bought some delicious looking and smelling fresh ones for the children!!! Fortunately they had eaten them all by the time I had my shake!

    I know LT is tfr so I wouldn't have added them but ......... they did smell yummy!!!!

    x
     
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    i am hungry today but have stuck through it. i can see the difference, tomorrow is day 10 and im into double figures! thanks for all your comments! i have been well and truely told!:)
     
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    Ur doing great Dolly. Keep it going. Only 4 more days and ur end of week 2
     
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    Thanks Teg - support really needed. Hungry today but drinking through it. Water i mean!
     
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    Hi Dolly i'm dreaming of strawberries now yum yum!!!! No WATER WATER WATER !!!
     
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    be strong i watched the video and it helped me to understand why we have to stick to the plan. good luck with next weigh in.
     
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    Thanks Kitty! Best of luck with yours too..
     
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