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Czarina wrote:Try http://www.calorieking.com.au, it's more about a lifestyle change and not a fad diet. I find it really easy to stick and it teaches you a lot about nutrition and how to maintain after you have lost the weight, as well. It is free and a lot safer than surgery!
Jewles wrote:Im ok the CK bandwagon too
Currently trying to convince myself that I can eat as much as they tell me to and still lose weight
Jaded wrote:I don't count calories, I just *try* to make better choices
Carley wrote:It really depends on how much you have to lose, that will give us a better idea and a better answer. Maybe you went into the diets looking for a quick fix? For losing weight what have you changed to reach your goal? Have a look at what you are eating, when you are eating it, how much you are eating. Look at drinks, sugars are adding. What kind of pasta, bread and rice do you eat? Fruits, vegetables? What kind of milk? Do you drink enough water? Are there medical problems preventing you from losing weight? I hope you do not mind me asking
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