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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Am starting yet another new diet tomorrow- Celebrity Slim.

Am reading reviews etc on MSE (Money Saving Expert) and have to laugh at some of the comments, my favourites I will list.

What planet are they on?!

MSE link;http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1385977&page=15
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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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clicky;http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1385977&page=15

Had to giggle at this one;

amyb;
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Seems like everyone has stopped posting; or given up on the CS diet??

I’m back on it after a four day blip!! Was feeling really low on Saturday; so gave in and had a pea omelette and then ate small portions of carby food all meals Sun/Mon/Tues.

But.... at my 2 week weigh in on Monday I realised I’d lost another 8 lbs so making 1stone 4lbs in the two weeks total – hence being back on with a vengeance today. And actually am enjoying it again today so maybe a little break wasn’t the end of the world. And i kept up the small meals and water thing.

How is everyone else doing??? Any tips for dealing with the hot buttered toast craving would be much appreciated.





Ok, I can understand someone giving up for a few days after a couple of months..but not even making it to week two?! and a four day blip?! lol!
banned#2
Hi everybody! My name's Joz ans I've just began my CS diet today and so far it's been a breeze.

well...that would be because you've been doing it less than 24 hours isn't it...lets see how you feel in 3 weeks...
suspended#3
H_K
Hi everybody! My name's Joz ans I've just began my CS diet today and so far it's been a breeze.

well...that would be because you've been doing it less than 24 hours isn't it...lets see how you feel in 3 weeks...


Ha like that one :thumbsup:
banned#4
sure enough...3 weeks later..

Hi All,
I've been on the CS program for 3 weeks now and I've only lost 3.5kg... I do find it difficult to get all my water in and I'm not working out as much...I'm just too tired from the lack of calories. Any advice would be very welcomed! Thanks in advance.
Joz
banned#5
Oh god they get worse...this one didn't last the morning...

My pack arrived today yippee, but at 10.30am by which time I had given up hope and had a bacon and cheese toasted sandwich. just sittin dowm to my supper lol, pizza and chips Need to go shopping for some healthy food tomorrow.

same woman the next day;

well started this morning and im STARVING !!!!!!.
suspended#6
H_K
Oh god they get worse...this one didn't last the morning...

My pack arrived today yippee, but at 10.30am by which time I had given up hope and had a bacon and cheese toasted sandwich. just sittin dowm to my supper lol, pizza and chips Need to go shopping for some healthy food tomorrow.

same woman the next day;

well started this morning and im STARVING !!!!!!.


My second fave
#7
The best diet:

Jog around the dinner table until you get fed up.

also ....

My gran used to always feed her grandchildren dripping [beef fat] butties, and we all know that constant dripping wears away a stone.
#8
H_K

Maybe you should concentrate on your own weight loss rather than making snide comments about the efforts of others. More out than in seems a simple equation for fat loss but some people experience real difficulties in changing their lifestyles. Last thing they need is someone quoting and making fun of them on another website. The fact that you are "starting yet another diet" suggest your own previous efforts haven't been all too successful so give them a break (without the kit kat)

But good luck on your diet.
#9
Well i am on week 3 of my Kellogg's special K challenge, and I am really pleased with myslef, feel the difference when i am walking up flights of stairs, not out of breath as i used to be. so fingers crossed I can keep it going.
#10
stevieglesga
H_K

Maybe you should concentrate on your own weight loss rather than making snide comments about the efforts of others. More out than in seems a simple equation for fat loss but some people experience real difficulties in changing their lifestyles. Last thing they need is someone quoting and making fun of them on another website. The fact that you are "starting yet another diet" suggest your own previous efforts haven't been all too successful so give them a break (without the kit kat)

But good luck on your diet.


Lol funny.

And ill give ya a tip HK....every diet works , its the dieter that either cheats or gives up on it....try this....eat a bit less than normal....do some exercise ... no money required :thumbsup:
#11
I started my diet 2 weeks ago. I bought Slimfast. It's still unopened in the cupboard as I've got to finish the 9kg box of Cadbury Mini Eggs before I start it. :roll: Only got about 2.5 kg left!!
#12
kungfu
Lol funny.

And ill give ya a tip HK....every diet works , its the dieter that either cheats or gives up on it....try this....eat a bit less than normal....do some exercise ... no money required :thumbsup:


Certainly true about dieting. But, you do need to ensure that you get a balanced diet of what you do eat!

If you keep you calorie intake below about 2000 for men and 1500 for women, you will almost certainly lose weight. How you do this requires willpower but I suppose that if you're paying some quack a lot of money for this advice, you might be more inclined to follow it.:roll:
#13
There's no secret when it comes to losing body fat. It's not rocket science, but people try and make it sound harder than it is to defend themselves when they fail at it.

There's a simple rule - eat less calories than you burn and you WILL lose body fat.

1. Reduce your calorie intake but eat loads of fat free stuff (veg etc) to keep you energy levels and metabolism high.
2. Exercise for at least 30 mins a day - anything which increases your heart rate over 120bpm is fine.
3. Drink plenty of water.
4. DON'T BLAME OTHERS IF/WHEN YOU FAIL. Unless you're bedridden, the only person who controls what you eat is YOU. Take responsibility for dietary mistakes, learn from them and you'll be more committed to succeeding the next week.

It won't happen overnight and you have to be disciplined enough to stick to it. More often than not, this will become a lifestyle change more than a quick fix diet, so get used to it.

You notice I didn't write 'lose weight', but instead wrote 'lose body fat'. Another wonderful assumption which says the less you weigh, the thinner you'll be. Whilst it's true in extreme circumstances, the last thing you want to do is be on a diet which lowers your metabolism, reduces body water and tissue but retains fat because your body thinks it's being starved. The best thing to do is to use a tape measure and body fat scales to record your 'loss'. After all, it's inches which count.

Ladies - you want to be eating at least 1500 calories a day with fat content no more than 3%, drinking a pint of water before each meal and 30 mins exercise. I guarantee you'll lose fat AND have more energy.
#14
Xb0xGuru
There's no secret when it comes to losing body fat. It's not rocket science, but people try and make it sound harder than it is to defend themselves when they fail at it.

There's a simple rule - eat less calories than you burn and you WILL lose body fat.

1. Reduce your calorie intake but eat loads of fat free stuff (veg etc) to keep you energy levels and metabolism high.
2. Exercise for at least 30 mins a day - anything which increases your heart rate over 120bpm is fine.
3. Drink plenty of water.
4. DON'T BLAME OTHERS IF/WHEN YOU FAIL. Unless you're bedridden, the only person who controls what you eat is YOU. Take responsibility for dietary mistakes, learn from them and you'll be more committed to succeeding the next week.

It won't happen overnight and you have to be disciplined enough to stick to it. More often than not, this will become a lifestyle change more than a quick fix diet, so get used to it.

You notice I didn't write 'lose weight', but instead wrote 'lose body fat'. Another wonderful assumption which says the less you weigh, the thinner you'll be. Whilst it's true in extreme circumstances, the last thing you want to do is be on a diet which lowers your metabolism, reduces body water and tissue but retains fat because your body thinks it's being starved. The best thing to do is to use a tape measure and body fat scales to record your 'loss'. After all, it's inches which count.

Ladies - you want to be eating at least 1500 calories a day with fat content no more than 3%, drinking a pint of water before each meal and 30 mins exercise. I guarantee you'll lose fat AND have more energy.


amen to that.

oh and you do NOT need ridiculous expensive 'shakes' they are just skimmed milk,flavoring and a few vitamins etc.
#15
kungfu
amen to that.

oh and you do NOT need ridiculous expensive 'shakes' they are just skimmed milk,flavoring and a few vitamins etc.


+1

In the US alone, the diet industry is worth over $100 BILLION per year. If you ran a company which took a slice of this revenue, how committed would YOU be to help others needing to lose weight? It's far more profitable to keep peddling the same fads over and over. The only thing which sees a loss is your bank balance!
#16
kungfu
amen to that.

oh and you do NOT need ridiculous expensive 'shakes' they are just skimmed milk,flavoring and a few vitamins etc.


And Whey Powder protein.
#17
caz_1969
Well i am on week 3 of my Kellogg's special K challenge, and I am really pleased with myslef, feel the difference when i am walking up flights of stairs, not out of breath as i used to be. so fingers crossed I can keep it going.


well done thats a toughie diet :thumbsup:
#18
HK

without sounding nasty, i just wanna say its not nice highlighting and laughing at people on dieting forums. fair play its not a private website, but i used the MSE boards when i was doing slimming world and u felt u could open up and be honest and therefore get the support u needed.

these people obviously feel crap about falling off the wagon (ok some of them very early) so why mock them. just decent to want the best for someone then be mean about them; even if they are but a username to us.
#19
tony_s1
Certainly true about dieting. But, you do need to ensure that you get a balanced diet of what you do eat!

If you keep you calorie intake below about 2000 for men and 1500 for women, you will almost certainly lose weight. How you do this requires willpower but I suppose that if you're paying some quack a lot of money for this advice, you might be more inclined to follow it.:roll:

thats 21 packets of pom bears :thumbsup::)
banned#20
stevieglesga
H_K

Maybe you should concentrate on your own weight loss rather than making snide comments about the efforts of others. More out than in seems a simple equation for fat loss but some people experience real difficulties in changing their lifestyles. Last thing they need is someone quoting and making fun of them on another website. The fact that you are "starting yet another diet" suggest your own previous efforts haven't been all too successful so give them a break (without the kit kat)

But good luck on your diet.


thanks for the rep!!
#21
lol @ H_K

u fat?
#22
now she gawn???
[mod]#23
magicbeans
now she gawn???


It wasnt this thread...it was another.
#24
another troll banned
#25
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I lol'd
#26
hows the shake diet going
banned#27
Harvie
another troll banned


thesaint
I lol'd


Ho ho ho.

Something else for that database. :thumbsup:

Lucky for you, that Rio is so boring you can still spend all your time on here. :thumbsup:
#28
black gerbil1
another troll banned

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'greed.

Good work by the Mods.[/COLOR]

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