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Sparkling Water and Mackie's news

#2
Elaine, she said we were allowed a small glass of either sparkling or soda water per day. But best to avoid. I've just been on the lipotrim website, but can't find anything. I'll give them a bell in the morning & find out for definite. Fingers crossed!
 
#5
#7
Great thanks for the link information. I buy Tesco's sparkling water, 2 litres for 20p (in a green bottle). When I carry in my bottle every day the receptionist always asks me if I am thirsty, haven't had the courage to tell anyone on a diet yet! Sleep well folks, Elaine.
 
#9
Do you find sparkling water more filling instead of the bog standard tap stuff? xxx
 
#10
The Lipotrim carrier bags actually state that you can have "bottled water either carbonated or still" so I think Mackie's pharmacist needs a slap lol!
 
#14
Hiya girls,
Just a word of caution on the whole bottled water thing.... please be aware that SOME bottled waters, both STILL and CARBONATED have SODIUM (salt) in quite high quantities. I have to watch my salt intake so thought it a good bit of advice if anyone else does to mention this, as you don`t expect to find salt in bottled water do you!! Shop around and read the labels... don`t always pick up the cheapest as these seem to have the higher salt content!! :eek:
L xx
 
#16
Hiya girls,
Just a word of caution on the whole bottled water thing.... please be aware that SOME bottled waters, both STILL and CARBONATED have SODIUM (salt) in quite high quantities. I have to watch my salt intake so thought it a good bit of advice if anyone else does to mention this, as you don`t expect to find salt in bottled water do you!! Shop around and read the labels... don`t always pick up the cheapest as these seem to have the higher salt content!! :eek:
L xx
God bless my sodastream!!!!:8855:
 
#18
Hiya, sorry it's taken me so long to get back.. I've just spoken to Lipotrim & they say that my pharmacist is wrong, we aren't supposed to restrict ourselves to a small glass a day, BUT we are supposed to drink in moderation. She said one or two glasses a day is fine, but the rest of our water intake should be plain water. I think for those people who've been drinking sparkling & it had no affect on their ketones then carry on... Ive stuck to plain water this week, so that I can see whether it was that which is affecting my weight loss. I'm all for giving my chemist a slap though... Let you know how she takes it after my weigh in on Tuesday ;)
 
#19
Looking forward to hearing about the slapping action!
 


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