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    Sassy, my mother raves about acv as well, and emphasised you have to get a good brand.

    I tried it once, and struggled, but I imagine you would get used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Do you do Paleo?
    I do Paleo, then personal training 3x a week and a 4km round walk 4times a week. Ive just started so unsure of the results, but i really love the diet. BM, i have a recipe book if youd like it. Just PM me

    Its basically 'the caveman' diet. If a caveman didnt eat it, you dont
    (ps im no expert, a friend told me about it and it sounds like something id enjoy)
    I love Paleo.

    I am doing it with crossfit. I am addicted to crossfit..( think the commando from biggest loser)
    I would love the recipe book. I have loads of recipes too!
    I love Shirataki noodles !!!


    Ok I am off to start a paleo thread!

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    Like others have said- cut right down on your carbs, our bodies just aren't designed to digest the amount of highly refined carbs that we consume. I personally can't do paleo because I'm a massive dairy fan and just cannot cut it out, but other than that I try and follow those principles- small amounts of protein regularly, don't limit fat on your meat, lots of nuts, raw veggies, small amounts of fruits etc and most importantly- no sugar- so no biscuits, cereals, juice, soft drink etc. I do occasionally use xylitol in a almond meal/egg based orange cake if I'm really needing something sweet, but not while preg as I'm not sure about it 100% on an unborn baby.

    I also still eat porridge (with traditional oats- not the sachets or quick oats) or bircher muesli (oats soaked o/night with natural yogurt, grated apple, almonds or pecans, some blueberries, and a drizzle of flaxseed oil) for breaky, or I have eggs with ttomato, mushrooms etc- yum!

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    Cut down on carbs & salt. Eat some yogurt and drink more water. ALOT more.

    personally i cant eat much wheat. Im talking 1 peice of bread a day and thats about it otherwise i blow up like a balloon

    also what others have said about water is true. If im feeling bloated i drink a litre of water. Yes you do wee 3 times in the next 30 mins BUT my bloating subsides almost instantly afterwards.

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    I went similar to paleo, cut out dairy grains and sugar and even when I got AF I didn't feel bloated it was fantastic!! I did it through a 14 day program online to start with it was great, pm if u want the link

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    Im doing clean eating. Finding it so easy to follow and getting great results.

    Try not to diet. What you need is a lifestyle change. Think long term

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    BODYTRIM BODYTRIM BODYTRIM!!!!!!! Best thing I ever did and worked unlike the other 5000 ones I had tried, have never looked back
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    Hey there ladies..Currently trying to lose weight and failing miserably I seem to just be putting it on and putting it on. In the past Ive done shakes and strict dieting and although I got the results..Im unwilling to put myself and my body through the stress again.

    Im after a way of eating that will help get rid of my bloating! Does anyone follow a great diet that helps with weight loss and gets rid of bloating? Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondi83 View Post
    BODYTRIM BODYTRIM BODYTRIM!!!!!!! Best thing I ever did and worked unlike the other 5000 ones I had tried, have never looked back
    What type of diet is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondi83 View Post
    BODYTRIM BODYTRIM BODYTRIM!!!!!!! Best thing I ever did and worked unlike the other 5000 ones I had tried, have never looked back
    Ive done Bodytrim (before it went famous!) And I loved the results..I just couldnt keep up with all the protein. Not the biggest protein fan!

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    Bodytrim is a low carb high protein diet. I went for it as it is all about real & healthy food and not 30 hrs a week in a gym haha. Its healthy and basically tells us how our body works with food etc. It explains what we are suppose to eat. I just can't say enough for it so if your really wanting an incredible lifestyle change I wouldn't go past it, just fantastic There is a website too for Bodytrim


 

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