(Closed) Appetite Suppressants

posted 8 years ago in Fitness
Post # 32
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1152 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I don’t eat any non-vegetable carbohydrates or sugar.  It prevents my blood sugar from spiking, so I don’t feel like eating.  I rearely think about food.

Post # 35
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@bestbuddies:  I just do it.  I don’t know what to tell you.  Dieting is hard, but being dissatisfied with my body is harder.  I also don’t crave sweets after being low carb / higher fat for awhile…the whole point is to get your bod off the blood sugar rollercoaster that makes you crave more sugar.  Fat isn’t bad, but it IS bad when it is consumed in the presence of sugar and wheat.  I don’t eat fruit at all, actualy, it has as much sugar as candy and makes me crave more sweets.  Its not hard at all, just make sure you are not afraid of eating fatty fishes and things like cheese.  I admit a pescetarian diet would be harder for me to follow too- id probably put mayo on everything lol.

Post # 36
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Newbee

I take the 30 MG phentermine from a weight loss clinic in dunwoody ga, Its helps take away my hunger and cravings. I lost 50 LBs in three months using it along with their shake and food program. Try eating smaller meals throughout the day. Try working out three times a week. Did you start on any diet?

Post # 37
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 1996

My opinion is that hunger is a natural part of your body’s functioning and that suppressing it is not a great idea. I think if you are hungry — genuinely hungry — you should eat something. Experiment with low-calorie snacks, like 100-150 calories’ worth of carrots, apple, protein bar, etc, until you find something that satisfies you and keeps you feeling good for a couple of hours afterward.

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