Post # 1
I’ve been working out since last sept. Doing a bootcamp class. Its been going good lost 5inches on the waist. Wedding is in Sept. i moved 3 weeks ago and have gone down hill. I eat everything in sight. I started back this week doing bootcamp and running. I’ve increased my veggies and fruits. I am on myfitness.com already and log my food. Has anyone found a diet pill or theromogenic supplement that helps with energy and slimming? I have a few weeks left and need alittle help to stop me from eating everything in site and ramp up my energy level.
Post # 3
@smilebeth: If I slip I use this stuff called oxiElite Pro. Its just a thermal pill that ups metabolosm (mostly via caffiene).
Post # 4
@smilebeth: I am so happy you posted this, I am trying to do the same. Congrats on the 5 Inches!!!! I have been working out like crazy and using the my fitness app as well but Ive gained 5 pounds, every one says its muscle(rolling Eyes) I hope someone posts good info on this.
Post # 5
I heard that drinking green tea works as well as any chemical pill.
Post # 6
When I started the process of eating healthier I liked these hoodia pills I found at Target- they were effective enough to just take the edge off of the hunger without making me a jittery wreck. They really helped me as I transitioned away from my old eating habits.
I also experienced what you did when I was running (I did about about 5 miles, 5 times a week). I devoured everything in sight. My meal could show up last at a restaurant but I’d still be the first to finish. So I backed off on the running, started mixing it up with other kinds of cardio, and it has been easier to manage my appetite and still keep fit. I had to learn to work with my body, not against it!
Post # 7
I would talk to your doctor, supplements and diet type stuff can be dangerous and/or counter productive. Our doctor is a sports medicine specialist (DH works a very physical job and is in a professional sport), the most he has ever suggested for that type of thing is B12.
Post # 8
I think diet pills are horrible
Usually I find eating well, drinking plenty of water, exercising, and getting enough sleep is all I need to stay energized. I drink 1 cup of coffee in the morning but that’s it.
Post # 9
Skip the diet pills – take daily multi vitamins. They give you everything you need. Add in a little extra B12 and D3.