Siver Slimming Tablets 4 Week Course £14.99 with code free p/p Clear Chemist
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Siver Slimming Tablets 4 Week Course £14.99 with code free p/p Clear Chemist

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Found 20th Oct 2013
These usually cost £24.99 add code OCTSLS to get them for above price. Thought these would interest some members in the run up to xmas.

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Do this things work??

Original Poster

They Do if taken properly, read reviews on the net.

Nothing will work unless you eat less calories than you use.

I'll swap your car for these magic weight loss pills.... It's **** unless you work for it

stvoritel

Do this things work??



No.......a good diet works and is what these tablets rely on

code does not work

choc1969

No.......a good diet works and is what these tablets rely on



What Choc says. There's already an easy quick fix, eat less & exercise.

choc1969

No.......a good diet works and is what these tablets rely on



As above no; you'll get the same results by following their diet tips minus the tablets.

You might as well drink slimfast .. Etc

What works is lowering carbohydrate intake to no more than 100g per day , reducing calorie intake to no less than 1000, eat plenty of veggies but not starchy eg potato , limit fruits, drink plenty of water; meat/fish/pulses/nuts/cheese/oil etc ok . biggest meal breakfast, moderate at lunch , very light in evening. And of course some exercise eg just walking for 30 mins or so.

My advice would be not to go over the top when trying to lose weight.

If you are over weight you have been eating more calories than you use.

I see loads of over weight people going from eating 3000 calories for example to trying to live on 1000 calories. They have went from one extreme to the other and feel like crap. They do it for a week or two then stop and end up binging and putting on more weight.

Weight loss if done properly is a very gradual process.

I would say track everything you eat for a week or two and find out how much you are actually eating. You will more than likely be shocked if you have never done it before. Find out your BMR and multiply it by your activity level. It will tell you roughly how many calories you need to stay the same weight. Subtract 500 calories from that and start to live on that number for a while until your fatloss stops. Then you will need to eat less calories or increase your activity.

Extreme yoyo dieting does not work and you do not have to workout to lose weight although it would be very beneficial.

it is down to tracking calories in vs calories out.

There are loads of websites that will give you your BMR and loads of apps for tracking what you are eating. I personally use my fitness pal app.

JoeBoy88

My advice would be not to go over the top when trying to lose weight.If … My advice would be not to go over the top when trying to lose weight.If you are over weight you have been eating more calories than you use.I see loads of over weight people going from eating 3000 calories for example to trying to live on 1000 calories. They have went from one extreme to the other and feel like crap. They do it for a week or two then stop and end up binging and putting on more weight.Weight loss if done properly is a very gradual process. I would say track everything you eat for a week or two and find out how much you are actually eating. You will more than likely be shocked if you have never done it before. Find out your BMR and multiply it by your activity level. It will tell you roughly how many calories you need to stay the same weight. Subtract 500 calories from that and start to live on that number for a while until your fatloss stops. Then you will need to eat less calories or increase your activity.Extreme yoyo dieting does not work and you do not have to workout to lose weight although it would be very beneficial. it is down to tracking calories in vs calories out.There are loads of websites that will give you your BMR and loads of apps for tracking what you are eating. I personally use my fitness pal app.



Good advice, important to note though that along with reduced calories / increase in physical activity , it is the reduction in carbohydrate intake (not fat) that is the key to losing weight.
Edited by: "wendy07" 20th Oct 2013

Lol
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