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  1. Daisy_Duke13

    Daisy_Duke13 Full Member

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    Firstly a massive apologies for my rant yesterday- i can now blame the hormones because i finally got my period after 7 weeks!!
    Thus i must have been the PMT monster!!

    Thank you everyone for your concerns as to the plan im on etc i know everyones saying it so im healthy and safe.... but im not putting myself at risk honestly. I have been that weight since i was 16 and never wavered apart from the past year when i packed weigh on through depression and travelling. Ive seen many a pt and also had a bupa medical all saying as i was very healthy. Thus why im not concerned about getting down to a bmi of 20. Its still in the healthy and normal bracket..as under 18.5 is considered underweight according to guildines so im still way off! I think like another threads debating at present its all about you and how you look at certain weights- dont think there is a definate range for everyone.

    Im glugging my water and back in my good mindframe to get back on and lose my 7 pounds to get to my 23rd april goal.

    Thanks again peeps xxx
     
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    Hi daisy_duke,

    I wasnt concerned at you trying to achieve that weight/BMI if thats the weight you will be happy at then go for it. I was more your methods of achieving it. It is just that dieting using Ketosis at your BMI is not recommended for very important health reasons and I do feel you are putting yourself at risk doing SS.

    I feel that you should switch to a level where you are not in Ketosis, it may even improve your weight loss

    I wish you the best of luck getting to your desired weight safely.
     
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