Would this work?

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  1. Dreamer87

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    Hi all,

    Not sure if this is the correct place to post but I am currently on the TFR shakes but I don't think they are enough to keep me focused, I am losing concentration at work etc so was wondering if it would still work if I had a shake for breakfast, one for lunch then a healthy meal of say grilled chicken breast and salad for dinner? I know it wouldn't be half as fast for weight loss but I am only looking to lose a stone so speed isn't essential.

    Thanks all x
     
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    Zenaworrier Back to reality!

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    Yes that would work fine.
    You have 2 options-
    You could have 2 shakes a meal such as chicken and veg and still stay in ketosis or you could have a normal meal and count it as a VLCD. Up to you which one think would work best for you.
    As you said you will still lose weight but just not so fast! Have you talked to your pharmacist about it?
     
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    Sorry for the ignorance but what is VLCD? No I haven't I was just thinking today that surely it would work if I ate foods that kept me in Ketosis. I may go through today having shakes and introduce chicken and salad into my evening meals later in the week, thanks for your reply! :)
     
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    Very Low Calorie Diet!
    There are other diets out there such as exante where you can have a different solutions to suit you. Might be worth having a gander at because it works out a lot cheaper then LT.
     
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    Ahhh I see that makes sense! Thanks so much for clearing that up for me... I noticed your signature, how long have you been listening to Paul McKenna and would you recommend? Thanks x
     
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    Been doing it for 3/4 days. Have to was a little skeptical about it but in the short period of time it has made such a difference!
    I am eating a lot slower, not eating just for the sake of it so much and stopping when I am full up. I have lost 3.5lbs in that time so something must be working!
     
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    Wow that sounds great! I have got the Alan Carr hypnotherapy CD so going to give that a try but will also hunt out the Paul McKenna one as I do think he is brilliant, well done on your losses!!
     
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    Oh and does anyone know how many calories there is in a LT shake just out of interest?
     
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    They're around 142cals each. Good Luck with whatever you decide to do :) x
     
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    Thanks Jan, I've stuck to the shakes today and so far so good :) thanks for replying with the calories
     
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