Is this good for a "detox"

Discussion in 'Lipotrim Forum' started by Gunna-make-it, 12 June 2008 Social URL.

  1. Gunna-make-it

    Gunna-make-it Full Member

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    Would I be able to use Lipotrim as a "detox" to help me battle my sweet tooth and get back on the dieting track?...
     
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    why dont you just use it as the diet???
     
  4. Gunna-make-it

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    I simply cannot afford the cost long term :(
     
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    can you afford not to do it???? I know that sounds patronising, im sorry, I have never had so much spare cash since been on LT.
    But good luck what ever you choose.
     
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    I agree with FTT!

    When you work out the cost of food, booze, takeaways, going to the pub, eating out...well the savings you make are astounding!

    Lisa xx
     
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    Yep - I agree too. I was too lazy to make my lunch for work, and used to buy it every day. That was about £4 a day (£20 a week), then factor in the evening meals, takeaways, booze, snacks, chocolate.... I reckon I'm about £20/£30 a week better off!
     
  8. rainbow brite

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    Well here's hoping that I see some of the savings that you guys have seen! :D
     
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    Same for me - I'm saving loads of money not buying fizzy pop and take-aways. And I've detoxed - not longer addicted to diet coke so no more headaches - and my clothes are really baggy - and my kids are eating more healthily too!
     
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    Cause I'm feeling fitter I am even walking more, so saving on petrol and bus fares!!

    And Taxis!:)
     
  11. Gunna-make-it

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    Thanks for your messages - Very true - I will see if I can make an appointment... will have to travel 45 mins to the Pharmacy as there is Slough and Maidenhead near me..
    This diet is ok to use while on the contraceptive pill isn't it?
     
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    This is something I've been wondering about too...
     
  13. scousemouse0151

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    your pharmasist will be able to give you answers but yes i'm sure you're fine to start the program whilst on the pill. good luck and here's to more money in your pocket
     
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    Well I wrote on my questionnaire that I was taking it and she looked it over before saying I could start so I'm guessing if there was a problem then she'd have said something. Either way I'll bring it up with my GP when I go back to see her in about 6 weeks...
     
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    nictastic Says it as it is!!!

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    You are more fertile on LT people have got pregnant and been on the pill so be EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA careful...well unless you want a mini-u running around :)
    but, yes its fine
     
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    I think lt is a cost cutter. I will be saving on take-aways,pub drinks and all the choc ect plus I get rid of my addiction to diet coke!
     
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