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  1. chunky mcflunky

    chunky mcflunky New Member

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    My problem is that i've already been on Lipotrim and it worked like a dream. I lost 2 1/2 stone on it ( I was 18 st 10 - down to 15 st 3 lbs)in my first 4 weeks untill I went off it for a friends party and went straight back to my old ways. I have a weeks supply sitting at home and I look at it every day and wonder if I should go back on it. Well, I did today and am just wondering if it's a good idea to do so. I know what I went through the first time, so of course i'm waiting for the hunger, sore heads and feeling sorry for myself over the next 2 weeks. After that, I know I enjoyed doing it, so I really need to get into it.

    Has anyone else here had such a break from it before - and then got back onto the program and continued losing weight?

    Thanks for your time.
     
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  3. Sedalia

    Sedalia Full Member

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    Welcome to the forum. I hope you find all the help and advice and companionship you need here.
     
  4. xxluckyxx

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    Hi i started LT in Jan this year and also lost 2.5 stones within about 6-8 weeks .

    Im not ss'ing at the mo or following the maintanince , not been doing it since may really .
    You must feel like you want to do this again and it has worked b4 for you , so i say keep going !

    Well done on taking the first step , just think in 2 weeks time you could be a stone lighter .

    We are here for support whenever you feel the need .
    Yes it will be hard but the results are well worth it .

    Have you been back to your LT chemist , to get more packs and to be monitored ?
     
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    sonkie Gold Member

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    If you are sure you are ready to start the diet again and will stick to it I cant see why not, though you only have 1 weeks supply so Im assuming you will go back the chemist where you got your packs before.

    Anyway good luck.
     
  6. Bea

    Bea Back on the wagon!

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    Best of luck...as you said the first week or so is the worst and then you are ok and the weight just rolls off which is a great feeling....I went off for a couple of days while on hols and its tough to get back as your body wants the food LOL....but when you have a bit to lose (like me!!) its a great diet to get results fast! Best of luck and let us know how its going!!
     
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    Bea how have you found things trying to get back into ss'ing ???
     
  8. Bea

    Bea Back on the wagon!

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    I will admit that it was a little like Day 1 all over again but not quiet as bad. (little devil was well on my shoulder telling me a few nibbles would do no harm LOL)... added a bit of brute determination and by end of Day 2 - it was like I was never off ssing - hunger gone and feeling fine....!! You know when you get your head in the zone it helps...onwards and upwards!!! Hope all well with you lucky!
     
  9. chunky mcflunky

    chunky mcflunky New Member

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    Thanks everyone for their replies. I have 8 days worth in the cupboard and I started this morning again. I think i'll just finish them before I go back and face the music for stopping in the first place.

    Thanks again...
     
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  10. Bea

    Bea Back on the wagon!

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    Hey best of luck and keep posting on how you are getting on!
     
  11. ducatidiva

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    Good for you, you know you *can* do this - we'll be here to help you through the tough bits!
     
  12. ravenbeauty5

    ravenbeauty5 Keep smiling

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    Hi Chunky (I dont like calling you that)

    I just went off LT for the weekend and started it again on Monday. Just like Bea the first couple of days I was a bit hungry but now its fine and people have started to say that they can see that I have lost weight and to be honest that is all the motivation I need to stay on it.
     
  13. Bea

    Bea Back on the wagon!

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    Hi Chunky....hope its going well the last couple of days....as Rachel said - when all the compliments start flooding in it really help the moviation!! (Way to go Rachel!!!)
     
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    ravenbeauty5 Keep smiling

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    Why thank you Bea!
     
  15. Bea

    Bea Back on the wagon!

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    you are welcome!
     
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