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Question re bars

Discussion in 'Lipotrim Forum' started by C_A_Z, 15 August 2007 Social URL.

  1. C_A_Z

    C_A_Z Member

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    girls, i just read on a lipotrim review on some site when I googled, that the pharmacist doesn't recommend moving to bars until after you've lost a stone. Is this right? I have only lost 9lbs and the chemist has allowed me to get bars this week.
    Do bars slow the diet down? Cos that's the last thing I want to happen... :cry:
     
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    they can kick u out of ketosis if u r highly sensitive to them and start them too early but i reckon thats just a precaution. im having bars this week and its fine.
     
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    thanks for that Karen... hopefully I'm not sensitive to them... :)
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    some people have found they have slowed down weighloss slightly but for most people its fine. its all trial and error i suppose...hopefully with a few errors as possible lol. good luck for this week and well done on a fab loss xxx
     
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    Hi Caz, I asked LT about this as I saaw they have 50 cals more than a shake. In their usual friendly manner, this is how they replied:

    "It takes 3500 calories to lose an extra pound. If you used no flapjacks you would lose 1 extra pound in 10 weeks."

    I have one nearly every day and I am losing a steady 3lb a week... they dont seem to be making a difference.
     
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    I have not noticed anything either Caz. My chemist started me on them after my first week.
     
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    thanks for the info girls! Turns out the flapjack turned my stomach last night - it was horrible - so I'm going back to the shakes cos I find them tasty (I know... mad!!:eek: Considering on day1 I was gagging on the things!)..
    so back to chemist today to exchange them for the shakes again...
    :D
     
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    Everyone has different tastes and different ways of getting through this so you are just right to go with what you like!!
     
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