Slimline Tonic Water

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  1. Sedalia

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    Is it true I can take this for cramps and it won't take me out of ketosis?
     
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    Hiya,

    On CD you are allowed slimline tonic best before bedtime to stop cramp. Otherwise you can use Crampex cannot see it would be any different for LT:)
     
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    hhmmm - on CD you seem to be allowed a lot more things than on LT...any idea why that is - the losses based on the experience of this site appear about the same....on LT it water, packs, tea/coffee - no diet suff at all???
     
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    The slimline tonic is not generally allowed only for those who need it as the cramps can be extremely painful. It is recommended to have before bedtime.

    I personally recommend crampex or quinnine sulphate its best to have a chat to your pharmacist.

    Cramps can be a sign of too much potassium loss.

    Linda
     
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    Thats really helpful insight...thank you!
     
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    I've supplemented my potassium since this has been happening and am waiting to see if it makes any difference. I don't get it every night.
     
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    What are your taking Charlotte??
     
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    99 mg potassium
     
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    Hope you are feeling better soon....
     
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    Well I haven't had them for two nights now, so perhaps it is working.
     
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    Thats great....just looking at your ticker - you have had fab results in three weeks...well done you must feel so chuffed.
     
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    Thank you very much. I am very happy although I want more to come off and for me not to be size 20 still!
     
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    The weeks fly by really....and its amazing what another few pounds will do the the sizes....I am now into Size 16s with Size 14 only weeks away which is amazing....was Size 20 to 22 9 weeks ago.....we can do it!!! Hope you have a good day....
     
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    Thanks mate.
     
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    I was thinking (dangerous I know!) but if I can drink slimline tonic water for cramps, can I drink it normally like if I go out?
     
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    Hey,

    I'm on CD and would love to know the answer to that too!! Would just feel like a little treat to have ST out instead of water - would stop all that 'water? is that really all you want' stuff!!

    Anyone help?

    x
     
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    From what I saw on some of the other thread from the CDC - its not recommended for regular drinking???

    Having said that I got a leg cramp last night so might have a glass!
     
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    Yes, I saw that too, a real shame if we cant have it. I neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed different flavours, I IS BORED!!
     
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    you are halway there now so you will have to stay bored for a bit longer im afraid! did you decide against the flavourings?
     
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    I sometimes think my "addiction" to food is still in there? Get a bit worried every now and then that when I reach goal I wont keep it off.....
     
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