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ChloeJamesMum Avatar
8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I am thinking of starting a new diet - maybe following an online version of weight watchers/slimming world etc.

Anyone recommend any? Any deals out there? Any to avoid?

HELP!
ChloeJamesMum Avatar
8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
Also try wiifit if you have a wii. A calory controll diet might be an option.
#2
http://www.tescodiets.com/

springs to mind if you want to an online one,
Another one would be South Beach Diet but its more for Americans,but you can follow through their recipes.

I sort of diet from time to time,more like cutting all the junk out and that works,only thingI get stressed out about stuff and then I just give up.
#3
http://www.cambridge-diet.co.uk/

this is another 1 I know of.

I'm sure there be other people who go to various slimming clubs and can advise if worth attending or not.
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Mum2Connor&Cerys
http://www.tescodiets.com/

only thing I get stressed out about stuff and then I just give up.



Exactly my problem!!!
#5
ChloeJamesMum
Exactly my problem!!!


All diets are a complete waste of time; the dieting industry is a huge commercial operation that thrives solely due to its own ineffectiveness. If diets worked, there would be no dieting industry.

The only way to solve the problem is to change your eating habits. I'd suggest you get a copy of Paul Mckenna's "I can make you thin" and do exactly what its tells you to do :thumbsup:
#6
Jeezeypeeps
All diets are a complete waste of time; the dieting industry is a huge commercial operation that thrives solely due to its own ineffectiveness. If diets worked, there would be no dieting industry.

The only way to solve the problem is to change your eating habits. I'd suggest you get a copy of Paul Mckenna's "I can make you thin" and do exactly what its tells you to do :thumbsup:



agree with you there - bu it seems people are making money out of it

bit a savvy go online and read items re mckenna

use smaller dinner plates

dont buy slimmers biscuits - twice the price - dont eat whole packet

get out to a free yoga class - gym - ride a bike etc
#7
Jeezeypeeps
All diets are a complete waste of time; the dieting industry is a huge commercial operation that thrives solely due to its own ineffectiveness. If diets worked, there would be no dieting industry.

The only way to solve the problem is to change your eating habits. I'd suggest you get a copy of Paul Mckenna's "I can make you thin" and do exactly what its tells you to do :thumbsup:


I agree with what you're saying but that comes over quite condescendingly. Altering your diet to lose weight does work, obviously, you take in less calories than you use and the weight comes off. What most 'diet' plans don't do is change your attitude to how you eat meaning its very easy to slip back in to old habits.

Best advice, control your calories and increase the exercise you do and treat it as a permanent change, not a 6 week plan.

Self help books can provide motivation but again, they aren't an answer in themselves.

good luck!
#8
ChloeJamesMum
Exactly my problem!!!


Yeh I can go a mth or so,and steadily lose 1-2lbs a wk and then something happen,and I just give up.
Gotta say exercise best method to lose weight,but thats easier said then done to get the time to do it all aswell.
banned#9
Mum2Connor&Cerys

Another one would be South Beach Diet but its more for Americans,but you can follow through their recipes.


this is what me and my DH are doing at the moment :thumbsup:
i lost 12lbs doing it in the summer holidays, never put any of the weight back on either
this time i have lost 8lbs so far and my DH has lost 12lbs
#10
Spearmint
this is what me and my DH are doing at the moment :thumbsup:
i lost 12lbs doing it in the summer holidays, never put any of the weight back on either
this time i have lost 8lbs so far and my DH has lost 12lbs


Yeh I looked into it but never got round to signing up fully like exchanging a fee.They still send me recipes by email etc.
#11
chrishill
I agree with what you're saying but that comes over quite condescendingly.


So you're saying I'm right, but you don't tlike the way I'm right?
banned#12
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Yeh I looked into it but never got round to signing up fully like exchanging a fee.They still send me recipes by email etc.


oh right!
i never signed up for anything, just found a couple of sites that list what you can and can't have and went from there.
i don't think its a diet for everyone though, you have to find something that you can stick to
#13
Spearmint
oh right!
i never signed up for anything, just found a couple of sites that list what you can and can't have and went from there.
i don't think its a diet for everyone though, you have to find something that you can stick to


yeh thats best way,cos the main site is more for Americans to sign up to anyway.

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