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Discussion in 'Very Low Calorie Diets' started by moominmomma, 11 August 2011 Social URL.

  1. moominmomma

    moominmomma Member

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    0st7lb(3.02%)
    I weigh in on a monday. last week my first week i lost 9lbs, taking me to 15st 5. since then i have gained a pound, and stayed the same. I have been drinking over 2 litres, and no cheats so how is this possible? it's difficult to stay motivated when its not working.
     
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  3. Midnight Aquarius

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    4st0lb(20.9%)
    Diet:
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    Is it possibly TOTM ?? You can hold a fair bit of water weight in the run up to that. Other possiblilities is muscle gain if you are exercising.

    It could just be your body 'testing' you after such a great loss last week.

    Hang in there...i know how disheartening it can be when you hit them hurdles but if you get through them, you will keep losing :)
     
  4. Bobbi

    Bobbi Silver Member

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    3st13lb(23.91%)
    Diet:
    Exante
    Weeks 2 or 3 on a VLCD are sent to test our resolve. We have our fab 1st week then it's BAM back down to earth. It's okay, stick at it the loss will show. I found I stalled week 3 last year in VLCD and same again this time. It doesnt mean you have stalled forever so keep going.

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  5. Starlight

    Starlight Gold Member

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    Stick to a once a week weigh in there's plenty time yet for the scales to move
     
  6. Helsy

    Helsy Full Member

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    9lbs is a fantastic result. If you stick to it you will get your reward.
     
  7. micaleff

    micaleff Full Member

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    1st7lb(7.39%)
    Diet:
    Exante
    i was feeling the same when i had a sneeky weigh in yesterday and saw that i had lost 1lb! however today after another sneeky weigh in its up to 4lbs!! so stick to it ....it will pay off eventually :)
     
  8. girlsbig98

    girlsbig98 Silver Member

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    yes been there and had same experience but just stick with it and you will get there x
     
  9. BordersGirl

    BordersGirl Feeling great in 2012!

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    I was hoping to lose a good amount in week 2 too as I lost a stone in the first 2 weeks last time I did this sort of diet but in the end only lost 3lbs :sigh: but that's still a 10lb loss in 2 weeks so I suppose I can't complain too much. Hoping for a bit more this week.

    You just need to keep plugging away and the scales will move in the right direction.
     
  10. CherrySummer

    CherrySummer Silver Member

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    Stick at it and you'll see a loss. 9lb is fantatsic so well done!!
     
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