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Has anyone maintained the weight after TFR

Carlaanders

Full Member
S: 12st3.5lb G: 9st7lb
Hi everyone I am on TFR and have got 1 more stone to loose then will be doing the refeed so hopefully in 4 weeks. Has anyone managed to maintain after lipotrim and if so how have you done it any advice grateful thanks xxx


04/04/13 - 12st 3.5lb
13/04/13 - 11st 9.5lb
20/04/13 - 11st 4lb
27/04/13 - 11st 1lb
 
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Emmy_lu

Silver Member
S: 14st8lb C: 11st4lb G: 10st0lb Loss: 3st4lb(22.55%)
I'd be interested in this too I start refeed next Monday and was wondering the same thing x
 

harriet2

serial poster
G: 68kg
take a look at the maintainers bit of lipotrim, exante and all the other vlfd's ....it is very hard to maintain but it can be done..i did it for a while then due to illness etc messed up but im back in the saddle today and WILL do it this time

h x
 

Teapot

Gold Member
S: 128.5kg C: 123.8kg G: 80kg BMI: 40.4 Loss: 4.7kg(3.67%)
My pharmacy have one lady that comes in once a month to buy 7 maintenance shakes. I don't know her personally but they said she is has done this for quite a long time and been successful. Most of their clients don't even get to the refeeding stage.

Lets face it, unless we mentally change, the bad food habits will still be there after LT and there is a high risk of putting some or all the weight back on. If you keep doing the same old thing, how can you expect a different outcome? I firmly believe the only way to conquer this is to sort your head out. Easier said than done, don't get me wrong. We all have great intentions, but unless you are prepared to make the changes by whatever means you need ie seeing a counsellor/therapist/hypnotherapist etc to help you solve your underlying issues, you're standing on the edge of a slippery slope. Don't neglect your head while doing LT. Make use of the time and research yourself and be truthful however painful your reasons are for being overweight. It will be the only way to help you move forward in a positive way.
I know I will continue to need support for a very long time to come. Ingrained regimes take time and effort to make the necessary changes.

Sorry this wasn't meant as a sermon. More a kick in my own pants to be vigilant x x x
 

CHARLEYSANGEL

Silver Member
Hi,

I've maintained my Lipotrim loss for a few years now, and it's not easy! I try to keep my weight within 5-10lbs of my finishing weight by cutting back once I see a gain. I weigh myself daily, and I'm pretty obsessed to be honest.
We all need to find our own way of maintaining, weather it be through excercise, following ww or slimming world etc. The only advice I can give is to never return to old ways as the weight will definately return. The 80/20 rule to me is key

Good Luck
Clair x
 

Emmy_lu

Silver Member
S: 14st8lb C: 11st4lb G: 10st0lb Loss: 3st4lb(22.55%)
Wise words kay, only we can blame ourselves if the weight goes back on it won't happen by magic - I'm determined not not put any back on x

dwell done maintaining charley that's great , I bet it comes obsessive after a while with the weighing. You have done great x
 

BabyA

Full Member
S: 12st1.0lb C: 9st2lb G: 9st5lb BMI: 20.7 Loss: 2st13lb(24.26%)
Well done Clair!!! Xx
 

irish molly

Maintaing LT loss on GL
S: 21st0lb C: 12st12lb G: 12st12lb BMI: 27.4 Loss: 8st2lb(38.78%)
Well done on your loss. It's great to lose the pounds but keeping them off is another task. You can do it if you have learned to change your relationship with food. Don't return to old habits or the pounds will return too.
I've been maintaining now for about three years. I've pretty much adopted a low GL diet as my way of maintaining. It's a no fuss approach of just watching portion sizes and having smaller amounts of starchy carbs.
My motto is to be good 80% of the time. I weigh myself every week. If I see the scales creeping up over a few weeks then I just carefully watch my intake for a few weeks.
Good luck with maintaining and enjoy the new you!

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LainaG

Full Member
S: 15st0lb C: 10st2.5lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 23 Loss: 4st11.5lb(32.14%)
I have been maintaining for over a year now after losing 4 & a half stone. It isn't easy as I would happily stand in front of the biscuit tin & stuff myself silly but I constantly have to remind myself that I can't do that anymore. I try to keep an eye on my calorie in-take by using my fitness pal but I think exercise is the main thing that keeps me on track.
I go to the gym 5 times a week doing the Les Mills GRIT series & Body Combat. Before I lost the weight I always made the excuse that I didn't have time to exercise but if truth be told I was too embarrassed but I found a gym that welcomed me & helped me find classes that suited. Now I love exercising & I'm addicted to that feel good factor you get after finishing a challenging workout.
If you are prepared to address your issues with food and incorporate some sort of activity into your lifestyle I am sure you will succeed. Lippotrim is a wonderful product for weight loss but you have to realise that you cannot go back to your old habits once you get to goal.
Good luck with your weight loss journey
 




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