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    Im interested to hear responses cos we are thinking of getting it when baby number 2 arrives just to save having to prepar an evening meal mainly (and maybe some cooked lunches). I wouldnt be doing it for weight loss so I would still pick the highest calorie category and eat other foods/snacks too. I did wonder whetehr I would get bored with the selection after a while.

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    hmmm.... sounds interesting. i have been thinking about lite n easy alot lately. lol. i've lost 19 kg's and have only 5 to go. i know it only sounds like a little, but im at the point where it's so hard to do these last few kg's...

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    I went on it so they could remind me to eat my fruit (the weak spot in my diet). I "accidentally" lost all 7kg of comfort eating weight while on it. I liked many of the dinners, certainly enough of them to keep selecting a variety. I found their attempts at asian dinners pretty poor. I also liked having something different (particularly for breakfast) every day. I usually get bored with a cereal before I finish the box, so LnE suited me.

    Since I started DH and my mum also signed up to lose weight and it's working for them. Mum's weight loss got off to a slow start, it's still a steady 300-500 g per week, but now she's noticed the difference and needed buy some smaller trousers.

    As for cost, we had a bit of food wastage happening in our house, and DH was getting junk-food every day. So since our pre-LnE expenses were high because we were being stupid, the cost of LnE was quite reasonable. If you're already sensible with food/money it might be a bit steep.

    I wouldn't bother with a detox first.
    I was worried I'd feel hungry, so when I started I ate to a schedule - every 3 hours, with the last meal being a glass of milk. I drank large glasses of water to fill in the gaps, so LnE improved my fluid intake too.
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    I did LnE 3 meals a day, 1200 calories, for about 4 or 6 weeks before Christmas and lost 5kg which I felt was pretty good given I didn't really have much to lose. I was certainly over the dinners after that period of time but found the lunches excellent - wish I could just get lunch. My DP refused to do it cause he felt he would be starving but I really found it to be too much food for me and would sometimes have a mini meal for dinner instead. I would do it again if I needed an easy way to lose weight without exercising. There doesn't seem to be a minimum sign up so you could always just try for a week and see what you think?

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    DH and I are doing it now. Neither of us are overweight, but we both want to lose a couple of kg (I'd like to lose 5kg), and the convenience was the biggest thing for us. Life is hectic at the moment, and it was appealing to remove food/ having to think about food from the equation.

    I'm doing the 1200 one, and I lost 2kg in my first week. Now on week 2 it's going a bit slower, but I think it should be another couple of hundred grams this week - maybe half a kg. I'm pretty happy with that, as I haven't been doing it strictly either - a few hot chocolates/ dinners out, etc.

    The only problem is that we've missed a few of the meals here and there, so we now have a growing collection of them in our fridges and freezers - and they take up so much space!

    I think they're way yummier than Weight Watchers meals - although they are still microwave meals (for dinner anyway)...

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    The lunches are excellent, but the dinners don't offer much variety in terms of veges. If you like peas, you'll be fine.

    It is great for convenience.

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    The lunches were nice but the dinners- anything that claimed to be steak was revolting- grey, salty and processed. Last time I did just the breakfast and lunch option, it was okay, about $80-90 a week I think? It's good for portion control.

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    I have done it 3 times. The first it absolutely worked and very happy with the result. The 2nd/3rd time it didn't work. My mind wasn't there and I was a little over the food. I was also doing all 3 meals. I think it was about $128?!? I do love the convenience of it.

    I quite liked the food, yet I eat most things and have an iron cast stomach! Ha ha Though, the 2nd/3rd time I was so over frozen food!

    Goodluck!

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    okay that's way to expensive for me! that's like my whole family's meal budget for the week lol.
    i grabbed a couple of the weight watchers meals today which were on special. they taste pretty good. and df put me to a challenge to loose 5 to 10kg in 7Days with his physical training lol i can't say i won't try. cause im trying!

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    I didn't find it convenient. It was fiddly and not at all convenient when I'm out and about all day.


 

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