Is it possible....?

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  1. winters_daughter

    winters_daughter Full Member

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    To use maitenance products i.e. fruity shakes and caramel bar instead of the shakes and soup on tfr?
     
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    irish molly Maintaing LT loss on GL

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    Do you want to do this for a greater variety? Not sure if it will upset the balance of nutrients you are getting and also affect your losses. Might be an idea to give lipotrim office a call to check.
    If it is variety you want why not try exante. There is a good choice of flavours and it gives the same results as LT.
     
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    Hey Winters daughter

    I was wondering the exact same thing,
    if i swapped over to maintenance would i keep loosing weight as i am really struggling on 100%, but dont want to just put everything back on.

    Dee
     
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    I'm with Molly on this one.....switch to Exante! I did a couple of weeks on it because I was freezing cold all the time and sick of shakes! The Exante products are really good, the shakes have more flavours, banana is particularly good, the bars are really chunky and very chewy:D and the soups are so good that I'd eat them as part of a normal diet! Plus the price works out at about £25 a week which, in these straitened times, has got to be good!
     
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