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    Go into any pharmacy, food market, vitamin shop, and you will find a whole section devoted to these tablets. They usually promise weight lost taking their tablets. Over the years their have been many plans marketing weight lost. How safe are these plans? No doubt useless. Overs the years, grapefruit diet, carbo diet, Atkinson plan, just a few to mention. The best method, consulting your GP. He or she is the best person around to advise a wight reduction plan. Leave the diet pills alone.

  • #2
    I bought some diet pills once, and took them regularly with every meal and snack I ate ... didn't do a bit of good (Tsssh-Boom!)

    Bought some diet suppositories too. Took them regularly with a glass of water. For all the good they did, I might as well have stuck them up my ..... (Tsssh-Boom!!)

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    • #3
      I was huge in my twenties, went to a diet specialist who gave me some pills and injections which helped me lose stones on a high protein diet. After losing loads of weight I kept it off by dieting hard Monday to Friday (with no pills) and relaxing the diet over the weekend.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cassidy View Post
        I was huge in my twenties, went to a diet specialist who gave me some pills and injections which helped me lose stones on a high protein diet. After losing loads of weight I kept it off by dieting hard Monday to Friday (with no pills) and relaxing the diet over the weekend.
        Well done, Cassidy. That takes a lot of determination. How did it go in the long term - did you need to change your eating habits to keep the weight off from thereon?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Shirley Brahms View Post

          Well done, Cassidy. That takes a lot of determination. How did it go in the long term - did you need to change your eating habits to keep the weight off from thereon?
          As I've got older my eating habits of changed. I tend to eat a lot more fish than ever before and keep to a balanced diet with an occasional binge on something naughty. It's my birthday next week so I might even have a piece of birthday cake.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cassidy View Post

            As I've got older my eating habits of changed. I tend to eat a lot more fish than ever before and keep to a balanced diet with an occasional binge on something naughty. It's my birthday next week so I might even have a piece of birthday cake.
            What day? I'll "send" you a piece - or maybe a whole cake!

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            • #7
              As a teenager, I had a weight problem. I tried some of these so-called fad diets. Some weight lost, but when I went off them, weight would come back. Finally a visit to my GP. He put me on a realistic weight reduction plan. Got my weight down to 10 stone. Being a flight attendant in those years, we had to be at a reasonable weight. I usually avoid fast food, most bakery foods, and sweets. Today, at 75 years old, I remain in the 10 stone weight. Usually during holidays, thanksgiving, Christmas, I will eat more than usual.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Shirley Brahms View Post

                What day? I'll "send" you a piece - or maybe a whole cake!
                Saturday 13th. I can look at your cakes and not put on any weight !!.

                Thinking again about my younger days, my main weight problem was "weighting" for my next meal

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                • #9
                  Its not good. Derick you are right. Leave the diet pills. Its not good for your health.

                  Some serious reasons I have observed:
                  - They can increase your risk for heart attack and stroke.
                  - You can become addicted.
                  - You may experience multiple side effects.
                  - Labels are full of false claims.
                  - They are ineffective.
                  - You won’t change your habits.
                  and last but not the least
                  - There is no guarantee.
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                  Last edited by 74San; 25th October 2018, 12:55 PM.

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