Possibly a daft question...

Discussion in 'Lipotrim Maintenance' started by Jenova, 26 October 2011 Social URL.

  1. Jenova

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    ... but has anyone ever used the Lipotrim Maintenance sachets as a direct replacement for the Pharmacy-issued sachets? I have a few maintenance samples that I am using until I get to my pharmacy (went today but they got the dates wrong, and the Lipotrim pharmacist isn't in until tomorrow!), but I was thinking that if the maintenance drinks worked in the same way, it would be easier for me to order them than to attend the pharmacy each week, given that I am split between the Midlands and the South West.

    I'm not worried about needing to be supervised during TFR, as I've been on Lipotrim before a number of years ago, and did really well on it...well, until I put the weight back on this year thanks to a long bout of depression and comfort eating! :(

    Thanks in advance, everyone!

    Jenova.
     
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    Zenaworrier Back to reality!

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    Hi,
    I have no idea sorry! Your probably better off posting in the main forum hun. Have you thought about something like Exante- much cheaper and no weigh ins?
     
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    Yeah the maintenance products are quite expensive compared to the normal sachets and they are more cals arent they?? x
     
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    Thanks to you both - I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section; I shall go and bother people in the main forum and see what they think! Regarding the maintenance formulas having more calories, I've got the nutrition sheet somewhere, so if I can find the info sheet for the pharmacy formula, I can compare. :)

    I'd not heard of Exante, so I will go and read up about it now, thank you for the tip!
     
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    Don't feel like you've posted in the wrong section! Just most of us here finished Lipotrim a long time ago now and are just trying to maintain our weight. Just thought people in the other section may be able to help more as its all fresh for them!
    Good luck!x
     
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    One of the other girls here may know though!
     
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