When do you start LLL?

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  1. Littlesquidger

    Littlesquidger Full Member


    Can somebody help, I am on week 1 of LLT and my BMI is 36, I have quite a way to go yet but do I have to switch to LLL when my BMI reaches 29 or can I stay on LLT until I get to goal? How much slower is the weight loss on LLL?

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  3. MagdaX

    MagdaX is Magdalicious

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    No you don't have to switch to LLL. In fact I'd strongly recommend not to switch at all end get to your goal on Total!
    Trust me! Its so much easier and quicker. I've been put on lite a few months ago and I have been struggling on it big time! I'm now close to my goal and I'm back on total and feeling great.
    At the end of the day it's up to you. In theory you can start lite once your bmi is 29 but you really don't have to if you feel ok on total.

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  4. Littlesquidger

    Littlesquidger Full Member

    Oh great, thanks for the reply mags, some ladies in my group were saying they are trying to get to BMI of 29 so they can go on LLL, I thought it was compulsary but if I can stay on LLT I will, i'll see how I feel nearer the time but it's good to know I have options.
  5. Silkybaby

    Silkybaby Full Member

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    Once you're in the mindset of total I would stick with it til you reach your goal! If you're really struggling towards the end you could change for the last 1/2 stone. I would forget about getting a bmi below 30 and swapping keep it up for as long as you can!
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