Exante is a fabulous diet. It's no harder to maintain after a VLCD than any other diet.Nicola85 said:Thanks for the reply!
I was just considering a kickstart to weight loss then to follow weight watchers, but I have so much to lose!!!
I am considering doing exante but not sure if it's harder to maintain weight after or not xxx
I'm glad you understand what I mean, and I do understand your fear of giving up if you see slow results. However, the scales are not the best indicators how slim you are. Can you believe that the two women in the photos, of which one is a model and the other one is actress Claudia Schiffer by the way, are around the same weight and height? But one has got more muscle mass and less fat (Claudia), the other one has got a lot of fat and very little muscle mass. Yes, a lot of fat, even if she's so bony.I understand what you are saying, however I find extremely underweight images just as repulsive as the overweight equivalent. The images aren;t really a fair comparison unless the women in them are the same height and weight.
I do see what you mean, losing weight quickly means it goes back on quickly and won't make you toned or healthy.
But it really is the scales that motivate me and if I lose weight slowly I lose interest and give up.
Just wish I hadn't let myself even get to this stage in the first place.