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last time ever doing lipotrim if it doesnt work out this time!!

#1
hi been on this forum a good while,

started about 5 threads saying i was starting lipotrim and it only ever lasted a couple of days,

did it for a 10 days the first time i did it and it was great but i never stuck to it, as soon as i was feeling a bit better about myself i gave up.

not this tme or else i am never doing it again.

need as much support as i can get guys!!!!!
 
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#3
Hi

Good luck with it! If you got to ten days, you know you can do it! I know what you mean about giving up once you feel better about yourself - I think that was part of why I put on weight after coming off LT...got complacent!

Hannah
 
#4
Me too came off last year afte losing just about two stone and people started complimenting me then my nan died suddenly and that was it til I came back on at end of feb nearly a stone back knot what I'd lost!! Now on seventh week and have actually lost three stone altogether since end of Julyast year when I started lipotrim!! focus on your goal stay positive and use the forum well:D oh yeah and water water water lol good luck :):p
 

hez

Silver Member
#5
I started Saturday. And today I felt so tired - exhausted!! Someone suggested drinking more water, it boasts energy!! I don't know.
 
#7
i did the same last year! i lost 10lb in 2 weeks and then gave up! i blame the run up to christmas! this time i am determined to stick to it! i am going on holiday in june and know i will have a miserable time if i am this weight, i HAVE TO DO IT THIS TIME! lol! good luck and stick with it!!!!:flirt2:
 

Nenya

Full Member
#8
Think positive, if you have managed to do it for ten days, you can stick it out. Think of it as a medicine to make you better, then you need a new lifestyle when you come to refeed. I'm hoping this is the last time I have to do it as well : )
 


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