5 bites or Lipotrim? advice appreciated

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5 bites or Lipotrim? advice appreciated

Post  Kaci002 on Tue Feb 21, 2012 2:54 pm

Hi all,
I hope you can help me. I need to lose 4 stone and really want to get half of that off as soon as possible so I and am thinking of doing the 5 bite diet or going on Lipotrim (total food placement) both require lots of willpower, but I just have the following questions:-

- Lipotrim is shakes only so doesnt teach you potion control, however you continuously lose about 4lb a week after the initial weight loss and it is packed full of vitamins - hair loss can be a side effect which worries me. Do you have hair loss on the 5BD?
- I have read that weight loss tapers out on the 5BD to about 2lb a week - can anyone confirm this?
- the 5BD is more sociable as with Lipotrim you cant go out for dinner
- Alot of people put weight back on when coming off Lipotrim if they dont stick to a strict diet, however is it the same with the 5BD - once the initial weight is lost will I always have to count bites?

Does anyone have any thoughts which would help me make my decision, I know I can do Lipotrim as I have done it before but what is more sustainable where the weight would actually stay off this time. Cant decide. Help!!!

Thanks all
xxxx Kaci

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my opinion for what it's worth

Post  Ivanabskinny on Tue Feb 21, 2012 7:54 pm

Hi Kaci,

In my personal experience when you dedicate yourself to just 5 bites at lunch and dinner you transform the amount you are used to eating quite quickly.
When I stick to 5 bites I do wonderfully but the great thing is, when I am not strict with 5 bites I still don't eat nearly the amount I would've eaten previously.
So I maintain quite well inbetween times of being a 5 bite warrior.

I hope this helps! Good luck!


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Re: 5 bites or Lipotrim? advice appreciated

Post  Kaci002 on Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:34 am

Hi

Thanks for your reply. I guess as you say the 5BD reduces the amount you eat even when you are not on it, whereas with the shakes I find when I have a day off it tends to be a binge as I have restricted myself with food so much but with the 5bd I can have a little of what I like.

Yes that has definately helped me look at things differently

Many thanks
Kaci

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Post  pinklipstick on Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:50 am

I would go with the 5BD as you say it is more sociable and fits in far better with real life than the shakes do!

I am losing way more than 2 lbs a week on this diet too, when I stick to it perfectly I can have losses of 3 or even 4 lbs of weight off just overnight - I have NEVER before found a diet that could do that!!!

Good luck though with whatever you decide to do Smile

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Post  Kaci002 on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:19 pm

Thanks Pinkliptic - welll im going for it - had a shake this morning, didnt enjoy it then read the post in this forum and have decided to go for it so just had my lunch of bites.

I'll post how i get on in the other forum

Thanks for the encouragement

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Post  pinklipstick on Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:03 pm

That's great best of luck! Smile

I think you have made a wise choice I have tried shake diets before too and they dont work for me at all!

I look forward to reading about your progress towards your goal on the 5BD! Smile

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