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Discussion in 'Lipotrim Forum' started by Pierce, 23 January 2008 Social URL.

  1. Pierce

    Pierce Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi There
    Is there anyone who can tell me if it is safe for me to go on the lipotrim diet as i'am diabetic . The thing is i have no appitite for food and this has been going on for a long time now so it is causeing problems i am eating when i want to and i know there the wrong things but they are what i fancy at the time so hence the weight gain i need to loose at least two and a half stone and i know this will help my diabeteis.
    Can anyone help.
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    Anon

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    You have to come off your dibetic medication to do it, but i have heard that on lipotrim your blood sugar tends to be lower than usual.
     
  4. Rising_Sun

    Rising_Sun Seeking thinner peace

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    I think you are best advised to see a lipotrim pharmacist and consult your GP. I'm on Cambridge myself and I know that the sole source CD programme cannot be used by Type 1 diabetics and Type 2 diabetics on insulin can only use the CD programmes with the active involment of a doctor or specialist hospital unit. Given that LT is a similar vlcd, I would caution against taking advice from anyone but your GP and at the very least, an LT pharmacist. No offence to anyone else giving advice :).
     
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  5. janice40

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    I will be starting Lipotrim on 26th Jan 08
    Hi, Thank you both for your reply.:)
    :sign0144:I Will be going to see my pharmacist on Saturday 26th Jan. To hopefully get started on the lipotrim fingers crossed.:sign0009: I need to loose about three stone as i'am only 5ft 2 and i weigh 11 stone 8 pounds.
    I would love to get down to what i was a Year and a half ago I was between 8 stone 10 and 9 stone and felt great at that. But with the health problems I have it has made things hard.:party0048: And i want to get back in control with my body and feel better about myself.:character00238:
    Thank you once again.
    Jan
     
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