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Postby Will68 » Sun Sep 09, 2007 5:58 pm

Hello all :)

I am new and I have posted this same question in "Introductions".

Has anyone used the Fatblaster products for weight loss? and if so which ones and was it successful?

I am having a struggle trying to maintain my weight after losing 15kg.

Thanks for listening

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Postby opal630 » Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:12 pm

This is an old topic but as no one has responded I will own up to it.

I have tried quite a few diet pills from the chemist (including Fatblasters and Fatblaster max). I pretty much had the same results with all of them, for the first 1-2 weeks I dropped a couple of kilos and then they seemed to have zero effect after that. Strangely, the last lot I had ran out about a week and a half ago and they had been doing nothing except preventing me from sleeping :? . I've lost weight in the past week & a half by just exercising and eating better (and sleeping better after quitting the pills) :)

You'll notice they all come with a disclaimer about only being effective if you follow a calorie controlled diet and exercise. Like duh, you mean if I diet and exercise too I'll lose weight :lol:

You're better off spending the money on some fresh fruit and vegies.
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Postby JP1 » Mon Nov 12, 2007 12:50 pm

agree with opal, the best way and least expensive way to lose weight is good old diet and exercise though I would invest in a decent book that explains what you are doing and why? I believe the whole process is 1% desire (we all have that) 33% education and 66% motivation - I believe you need all those attributes to succeed. Re fatblaster I really don't know anything about it, perhaps one of the others can say if they have found it or similar helpful. good luck.
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Postby candycane » Mon Nov 12, 2007 3:33 pm

not sure, but i think a friend did this. Going to the toilet was an abomination - for her AND everyone else.
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Postby Playboy_bunny » Mon Nov 12, 2007 8:05 pm

A friend of mine used them...she said that she got really jittery and aggro from the caffiene, got the farts and the runs LOL but thats about all they did for her :shock: hehe
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Postby Butterfly_Dawn » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:36 pm

candycane wrote:not sure, but i think a friend did this. Going to the toilet was an abomination - for her AND everyone else.

RFLMAO :lol:

You should try living with my bloke. I'm sure he eats superglue or something.
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