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Postby Tiff » Sat Feb 08, 2014 7:11 pm

Hi I'm new to this community. I have recently had a lot of family problems and suffered from a bout of depression during this time I have gained a large amount of weight on my usually very small frame. I feel disgusting, I have gone from healthy and happy to overweight and depressed. I am only a young person and since my weight gain I no longer have the confidence to go out or even visit friends or family. I am so ashamed and depressed and I can't see a way out. I feel so bad I can't even muster the confidence to go to the gym. I am in desperate need of a intervention. I have read a lot about duromine and discussed it with my doctor however he would rather me try by myself. I understand the risks involved but I desperately need something quickly to return to help me break this vicious cycle and regain my confidence especially because University is about to start back and I will not be able to return in my current state. ADMIN - Deleted the last 2 lines of this post due to we do not support the request.
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Re: duromine

Postby admin » Sun Feb 09, 2014 2:39 pm

Hi Tiff
Sorry to hear your story and it is hard in the beginning to get started but you need to do it and using drugs is not the answer. We cannot support you going to the black market and purchasing duromine if your doctor does not prescribe it....it is very dangerous and there are so many side effects to this drug if you are not monitored it will be harmful to you.
There are other ways to kick start your new you.
1. Visit a dietitian...they can help you with an eating plan which is tailor made for your lifestyle. Usually a visit is around $100 but check first.
2. Use one of our free eating plans to help you as a daily eating guide.
3. Going to a gym can be intimidating which I understand but another alternative is join an outside group which is generally only 5 or 6 people, such groups are step into life and there are others in local areas, just search the net. These are good as you are in a small group, you have someone there to guide you and help you go at your own pace.
4. If you are depressed then we urge you to visit a specialist who is trained in depression with weight loss....they can be a great help.
I hope that it all works out well for you and if anyone else has suggestions that would be great.
Keep us updated on what you are doing.
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Re: duromine

Postby Blitz » Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:14 pm

Exercise is a great natural antidote to depression - and it also is part of the cure for weight loss! :shock:

You may feel hopelessness and depression but remember that being overweight need not be a permanent position. If you want it badly enough and work at it in a methodical and responsible way - permanent weight loss is more possible - it is inevitable. :D

If this guy (me), the wrong side of 50, with chronic asthma, bad back, belly hernia the size of my fist with a huge gut weighing in at 153.7kg and knowing nothing about losing weight (and bone lazy to boot!) can lose 87kg in 14 months - then anybody can do it!

There are no short cuts to weight loss (contrary to all the false advertising out there)...only hard work. Those who work at getting a healthy lifestyle together that works to their needs permanently succeed.

Yes - it is hard work but the rewards are well worth the effort. Are you desperate enough to give the proper way a go? :shock:

A better future awaits you! Grab it! :D
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Re: duromine

Postby Kezza » Tue Mar 04, 2014 9:32 am

Just need to know what to do I am doing Jenny Craig and have lost 5.5 kilos in six weeks but just wanting to know should I try euro mine with it. I think I need that extra edge to loose my 20 kilos. But what to do
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Re: duromine

Postby Kezza » Tue Mar 04, 2014 9:37 am

I am doing Jenny Craig. The doctor gave me a script for duromine a while ago. I have lost 5.5 kilos in six weeks but just wanting to know should I try and use the duromine with it to loose the weight a bit quicker. I want to loose about 25 kilos.
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Re: duromine

Postby Blitz » Wed Mar 05, 2014 1:16 am

No. It will not help you in the long run. Keep it natural...and keep it real.

It is like the old saying, "The harder I work - the luckier I get". If you want to lose weight quicker the only sure way is to work at it harder.

I wouldn't be in such a hurry either. Many people have lost weight quickly only to put it back on faster (and more besides). The reason is because they didn't treat the problem - only the symptom. The underlining cause of weight gain is unhealthy lifestyle. If you haven't bothered to get a healthy lifestyle that works for you together then no wonder the wheels will fall of your wagon. The hare didn't win the race - it was the tortoise because he ran the race smarter.

Jenny Craig will teach you to eat proper portions and make healthier food choices. Where it may be lacking is advise about exercise but that could be remedied. Jenny Craig will be encouraging you to lose weight responsibly just like many of the members of this Forum. It is unhealthy to lose weight too quickly. If you do you will run the risk of serious injury, fatigue (which will sap you of your strength to last to the end), fainting and other unwanted medical problems. Not only that, you will stuff up your metabolism making it harder for future success.

It is better to lose weight steady and properly. I know you want to lose weight rapidly (I did too) but remember it took you time to gain that body that you have now...surely it ought to take a little time to get rid of it. When I started I too was on a mission. My first week I lost 2.5kg and figured that is what was going to happen every week. Figured on that number I should be done in eight months...it took me fourteen months and that was very likely too quick. The experts believe that an one kilo loss per week is a healthy rate unfortunately my average was 1.4kg (hey - I didn't know any better then). For the record, I lost 12.3kg in my first six weeks (and they weren't my best six weeks either) but then again I had a lot more to lose than you do but it gives you an idea about how keen I was.

Learn skills that you can use for the rest of your life and develop a healthy lifestyle that works - forever. That is the best way.
To quote J.R.R. Tolkien, "Short cuts make long delays".

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Re: duromine

Postby Kezza » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:21 am

[quote="Kezza"]Just need to know what to do I am doing Jenny Craig and have lost 5.5 kilos in six weeks but just wanting to know should I try duromine with it. I think I need that extra edge to loose my 20 kilos. But what to do. I weight in on Thursday and have only lost 500 grms in two weeks. So I started duromine today will see how it goes
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Re: duromine

Postby Blitz » Sat Mar 08, 2014 3:11 am

There was a woman who visited a pastor at his church office.
He hadn't seen her before but obvious she had something on her mind.
"What can I do for you?" he asked.
"I don't know what to do, I need advice for a problem I have. I'm a Christian and have a husband who loves me deeply, two beautiful children who depend on me, a lovely home and everything you could wish for. I'm having an affair with a married man at work and he wants me to leave my husband and children and run away with him. What do you think God wants me to do?"
The pastor took a deep breathe and then told her that she would be foolish to throw it all away on a man who is promising nothing, who cheats on this wife, that it was deeply unfair for the children and that the problems of her marriage could be worked out with counselling, time and commitment.
For the longest time she said nothing but wept.
Finally she looked at the pastor and said, "Do you know, that is what the other four pastors told me when I saw each of them. I thought you would be different."
She then got up and left the office.

This is a true story. She had decided what she wanted to do. She wasn't interested in advice - she just wanted validation for something that deep down in her heart she knew was wrong. None so blind as those who don't want to see.

Duromine isn't a magic cure. Your 5.5 kilos in six weeks is an excellent result. Taking Duromine will mess up the careful program that Jenny Craig has planned for you. It may give you a short term loss but it will be at the cost of long term failure. There are no short cuts to permanent weight loss. The only sure way is developing a healthy lifestyle. This is not that.

In the end people will do what they want to do. Some are smart and listen to sound advice - others have to do it the hard way. :(

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