Go Lower 1st week weigh in

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  1. dezzie1082

    dezzie1082 EVERY NEW DAY IS A GIFT

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    Diet:
    exante/flexinutrition combo
    Just finished my first week on the Go lower Plan and have lost 5lbs....fantastic.
    Would love to hear from any other Go Lower dieter's on here.;)

    Good luck to all
    Shaz x
     
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  3. KD

    KD Gone fishing

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    5lbs! That's great. Well done! :clap:
     
  4. hchappyh

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    Hey dezzie1082
    How are you doing now?
    I've been doing Go Lower for a month now and have lost my first stone!! I never really believed all the blurb of loosing a stone a month, but I am living proof that it works... I'm feeling great too. Clothes are looser, just feel healthier.

    Good luck with your lbs loosing
    xx
     
  5. dezzie1082

    dezzie1082 EVERY NEW DAY IS A GIFT

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    exante/flexinutrition combo
    slow to come off

    Hi hun

    Not such a success story for me....at the end of week 5 i have lost 9lb.

    Praying it is now going to start working for me....week 6 weigh in is tomorrow night.

    Brilliant news for you....well done..keep up the good work :happy096:

    Shaz
     
  6. hchappyh

    hchappyh Silver Member

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    Hey Shaz,
    Don't be too disheartened. Weightloss is an individual thing. If you are having problems shifting the weight, don't forget to speak to your pesonal consultant. Mine is brillaint. I feel very relaxed speaking to her. She just gives me that extra bit of support we all need. As someone else said somewhere on this forum, if weight loss was all that easy, there would not be any overweight people!

    Did you go through ketosis? That for me is one of the best things about Go Lower. Not feeling hungry and not wanting to eat!

    Keep sticking to it. 9lbs in 5 weeks is still really good and you should be pleased with yourself. Good luck tomorrow. Let me know how you get on.

    xx
     
  7. dezzie1082

    dezzie1082 EVERY NEW DAY IS A GIFT

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    Diet:
    exante/flexinutrition combo
    Week 6 weigh in

    End of week 6

    No weight loss or inch loss this week despite being on a much stricter plan from the nutritionist.

    Devastated :cry:
     
  8. hchappyh

    hchappyh Silver Member

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    dezzie1082, dont be too disappointed. As I said before, everyone is different. Look on the bright side, at least you've not put anything on. Just think what you could have put on if you weren't doing Go Lower and not watching what you are eating - with this logic, you've actually lost weight without even knowing it!!

    What did your personal consultant say? I've always found mine to be helpful. If you've any questions, please ask as we're all here to help each other. The most important thing is don't give up and keep thinking positive.

    Take care
    xx
     
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