It cost £36 for one week for women but is more for men. It consists of 3 sachets a day and minimum of 2 litres of water. Sachet flavours are : Chocolate, strawberry, vanilla and chicken.
Its hard for the first 3 or so days but does get easier.
Hope this helps.
P.s this site is great for support.
Hiya! Like Nikci said, it costs £36 weekly and you have to mix the sachets in water and drink 1 sachet in the morin, 1 in the afternoon and 1 evenin and also drink plenty of water! plus no eatin anything. You will feel better after 2 or 3 days and u will not feel hungry! Hope this helps Lemme lnow!
Im not sure about that 1 but all the calories u need r provided in the shakes and/or flapjacks so u dont need any extra calories. i would suggest u speak to ur nearest pharmacist who offer this diet so u can make up ur mind if its for u
You just have the 3 "meals" a day which are about 450 cals and contain everything you need to be healthy. If you want to add more then maybe CD would be better for you as they have different programs which include meals.
How much do you want to lose and in what sort of time?
Exercise is fine - after about 2 weeks but it is best to listen to your body and not do too much. I find I have lots of energy and do a lot of walking when I can. (Often round the shops!!! Lol!)
I have 9 stone to lose and have managed over 8 since April. I love LT and have found it easy to stick to coz it is black and white - nothing else is allowed and that worked for me! I'm not saying I haven't been tempted to eat but I just tell myself it will make the whole process harder and longer if I do! Also, why pay £36 a week and cheat? I have to be careful with money and can't afford to waste it.
Good luck with your journey. A VLCD would be the quickest way to shift weight but it isn't the easiest, you need to be determined and that makes it easier to bear.
thanks for the response cuddly lol i never knew wot VLCD was either! but do now lol
well i was reading somewhere earlier on and they said that if your BMI is over 30 then you have to follow this programme with your GP, and if it lower than 30 then you can get it from your pharmacy. Is that true? hope not cos my GP says he cannot do it and im fine with a pharmacy