to go lower or not to go lower

Discussion in 'All Other Diets' started by geordiegirl, 17 March 2010 Social URL.

  1. geordiegirl

    geordiegirl Full Member

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    well i've found this site after searching about diets

    have got more diet books than waterstones but i'm still 2 stone over weight :sigh:

    am really interested in the go lower program , have spoke to them and to do the 12 week program it is £720 or i could pay upfront and pay £610 .........gulp ........lot of money to lay out

    was wondering how people have got along with the system and how it fits in with their lifestyle , i'm thinking i will still have to cook for the hubby and he will still want his takeaway on a weekend , i'm worried i will stray to the dark side

    any help would be appreciated , thanks x:)
     
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    Start Weight:
    115kg
    Current Weight:
    101kg
    Goal Weight:
    70kg
    Lost(%):
    14kg(12.15%)
    Diet:
    Lighter life
    I lost a stone in less than 2 weeks - thats all the incentive you need to stay on track :)

    I have cooked for other people at the same time and to keep on track I have always tasted a grape siae of potato or a chip then I wasnt missing out.

    Best diet I have ever done.

    I am on week 13 now - been in size 8 jeans for the last few weeks and I was a 18 - 22 in December when I started.

    They do do a trial box if you didnt know.

    I was on the 20 week plan and I payed up front as I then knew I would stick to it.

    Good luck.

    Pit ;)
     
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