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Paranoid now

#1
I cant remember which post i was reading but it said slimming world was a crafty calorie counting diet, and since i have read this i reading the kcal content of everything and im too scared to eat anything incase im going over my kcals.....im on green today now and i cant stop thinking about it.
So is it a sneeky kcal diet or not?

Just wondering
Ruthy xxx
 
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#3
I have heard that too. I don't know the science behind it but i know that i have eaten
LOADS and have lost 18lb in 6 weeks. In the first week i was really worried that i had over-eaten, i picked at food all day.

For me that whole idea that i can eat what i like and loose weight is fantastic. I don't need to count calories, stop eating proper foods or use slimming shakes and soups. The people that have designed this and looked into all the details of it should receive medals, i don't know why i didn't try it sooner!!!
 

Happe

escaping the fat
#4
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Happe

escaping the fat
#5
Thats off the SW site, I think its basically saying that by filling up on either protein or carbs rather than other food groups you will automatically reduce your cal intake.
I say sod the science or worrying about how, just accept that it does work.
 
#6
I did it a while ago. Basically the super speed foods fill you up but have next to no calories and all the free foods are low in calories so it really is hard to eat so much of them you will go over your calorie allowance. The free foods are also very unlikely to make you binge. When was the last time you heard of someone bingeing on broccoli?
 
#7
Lol happe, um that gave me something to read and i suppose it does make alot of sense, infact a hell of alot of sense
However i am a big sceptic when studies are sponsored by the people who they are studying, this was drummed into me when i was in Uni lol, But it does sound very logical.
Thanks very much xxx
 
#9
Lol @brocolli binge eating! haha! i like it!
Maybe mrs beckham does it...damn her! WE CAUGHT HER OUT THE BROCOLI BINGER
 
#11
Ill drink some wine now....ill let you know how i get on lol ;)
 
#13
Ahem, of course, all in the name of science.
 


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