I could eat a scabby dog

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  1. debbie12slim

    debbie12slim Full Member

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    But I won't lol, I have thought alot about sarnies tonight though and if i did I the only person I would be letting down would be myself. I am 50 :cry: on Feb 20th and want to have lost the maximum possible by then which potentially could be 40lb. So keep all your fingers crossed for me.
     
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    rainbow brite ~Starsprinkled~

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    Good luck chicken - you can do this!!

    Oh and ew to the scabby dog comment! :p
     
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    ChellyWellyBoot I will be skinny again!!!

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    You can do it Debbie!!!

    Dont be thinking about that scabby dog or sarnies lol!!!

    Watch this programme about Elvis.. its pretty good!!
     
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    This site is fab it has completely taken my mind of the grub ;)
     
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    ChellyWellyBoot I will be skinny again!!!

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    That good news!!!
     
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    rainbow brite ~Starsprinkled~

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    That's what we're here for!! :D
     
  8. Scotsmist

    Scotsmist Life is not a Rehersal!

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    You resisted, which just shows you can do it :)

    Keep jumping on here......it was a life saver for me last time and I am sure it will be this time around!

    And, yes the Elvis program is good!! Oh, what a singer!!!!

    PLUS, you have a goal for your 50th!! Go for it and just keep that date in mind...40lbs..waw...I am sure you will not be recognised at your birthday...keep that in mind too! The new dress, etc!!

    Have a good week.
     
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    Distract yourself. I have long baths to take my mind off the hunger and temptation.
     
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    this is my 5th day on lipotrim an the 1st few days are so hard. my stomach was killin an i felt sick cuz i was so hungry. i still think about food a lot and am a little hungry still. jus stick wiv it an think of the results xx
     
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    Hi Debbie
    Don't worry - you'll get a great loss this week and by then you'll be in ketosis so won't feel anywhere near so hungry.
    In my first few weeks I dreamed about food most nights, and used to wake up feeling guilty because in my dreams I usually gave in. It's amazing how bad I felt even though I knew it was a dream. I think it helped though because I haven't cheated at all so far. The dreams stopped after about 3 or 4 weeks.
    You've chosen a great diet - I'm assuming you've not done it before. It has completely changed my life and I get passionate about it, but if you stick to the rules exactly (and they are very easy) you will lose your weight in no time.

    Best of luck Debbie - and let us know how you get on.

    Jon
     
  12. louisebell26

    louisebell26 5 stone to go!

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    dunlop73 im joining that club.. ive been dreaming about food too and i always give in.. and when i wake up im so confused for a minute because i think it real..until i realise im amazing and havent given it yet lol..lets hope it stays this way minus the dreams..i could really do without them!
     
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    Glad I'm not the only one ;-)
    I don't dream about food now thank goodness - it used to really disorientate me.

    Jon
     
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