I got an Aldi one for £7.99 last week. The novelty might well wear off but I'm using it just now. So heat from me
Thanks for the explanation, though it seems a bit laborious. So, provided the egg is not too big or too small or too old or the egg isn't too cold or too hot (in direct sunlight) you should get a prefect boiled egg :)
Bought this at £13 previously and use it a lot (I dont have a cooker/pans). really good but don't be expecting runny yolks from them as consistancy is the same regardless of soft or hard boiled. The poached egg plastic holders are a bit of a pain to clean. also don't expect much from the included 'recipe' book with this, pretty sure one of the recipes in it was add bread and some some sliced ham.
Well done on your weight loss so far!!Personally I’ve been trying MFP but it only helped monitor weight and diet for me. Tried WW before and it worked so will have another go to get me back losing weight. Losing weight and then maintaining it is so difficult for lots of people, each person should do what works for them. Keep up the good work Uridium
What makes you say that? Your incorrect by the way. I assure you I have. over the last few years my weight had really crept up. I was 19st 4 on the day I started and sitting here today I'm now 16st 3 and slowly heading to my target weight of 15st. (I may go further, not sure yet) In September I started a calorie controlled diet of 1400 calories per day with some indoor cycling using a turbo trainer. Thanks for the encouragement (annoyed)
No you haven’t.
It really does work if you stay to the meetings!
Try the free myfitnesspal app by underarmour. Someone recommended it to me and I've lost 3 stone in 6 mths. As with any weight loss programme it still takes lifestyle change and will power but it helps.
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Check out the readings on the scale: 14.6% body fat 62.3% body water 7.6% bone 10 st 6 That person only gets on scales to gloat and show off how hench and healthy they are.
Don't be daft! If ur Dr has said keep an eye on your weight then guess what.... You need scales. Whether they are ww scales or scales that cost 6 quid from poundstretchers tbey are needed.
You're right in saying that scales are useful to know your weight. But from what I see in today's society they're just a gateway to depression and fanaticism about reaching that 'low weight' (which is usually non-sensical as it involves muscle loss as well as fat).
They come in handy! Some people need them health conditions etc
I've never heard the phrase scales are a scam before. I don't disagree with most of what you've said but if you've told you need to lose some weight for health reasons or maybe it's for a sport then accurate scales can help.
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has anyone tried these? Picked one up today, first thing noticed is that it is a different model precision slim, but it has the same argos code. Looks like this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/254155470862 Tried setting up the user / analyser mode, but once set it just keeps scrolling through the menus with no way to stop it, other than removing the battery. Tried just standard mode and I lost 6 lbs, just by getting off and back on again after the auto switch off. Unfortunately, I put the 6lbs back on when trying again a couple of minutes later. Think these will have to go back.
Good deal. Thanks OP. (y)
Yeoo, ordered one - also had £1 left in my gift card which I got to utilise. Thanks op (y) (y)