Thinking if moving from Exante to WW

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  1. *lil*

    *lil* Gold Member

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    Hi

    Right it's finally decision time! Hubby and I have been on Exante and it's worked for me and not for him. For some reason it's not working! Maybe hes an alien!

    Had anyone swopped from a vlcd to WW and did you have massive gains?

    We have an appointment at the dr's on the 21st July and obviously I don't want hubbies weight to have gone up!!!

    Any advice welcome :)
     
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  3. kellymarie3488

    kellymarie3488 Silver Member

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    I was wondering the same but im currently on CD. lost of my friends are having great sucess on WW and im getting very bored of not eating :(

    Can anyone help....??
     
  4. hannata

    hannata I can haz cake?

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    maybe do a couple of weeks introduction (like add a meal every day) and gradually introduce yourself to it? Might help... Theres been a lot of people move over and not had disasterous gains. At the end of the day, you might gain a pound, 2 or 3, but if you stick with it the lbs will come off again. Its just a temp blip to get you back on course to eating x
     
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    Thanks x
     
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    Emmaline Hippety Hop!

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    Sometimes a change in the diet regime can make a difference and will trigger off the weight loss again - worth a go in my opinion...:)
     
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    You will gain slightly as your body will take on water with introducing carbs. But you have remember its not fat.
    I gained 4 lbs but that's it started losing again on second week
     
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    thanks! Cant wait to eat again! gonna wait another 3 weeks (or 9lbs) then move to ww :D
     
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    hannata I can haz cake?

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    woooo food :p
     
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