Dont know how im going to do this...????

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lilrosey

Joined: May 08
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Posted: 18 May 2008, 07:29
Hello all, i am new to this site and even newer to the Fat smash diet. I have heard many good things about this diet and decided to give it a try. I have minimal will power though and am hoping i can get thru the first 9 days. I am kind of confused as to what i can actually eat for breakfast, as the book is kind of vague, and also am concerned about starving to death in that 9 days, eating just fruit and vegetables. Anyone care to share any breakfast ideas and how difficult it was to get thru the detox portion of the dietShock Shock Shock



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sarahsmile19...

Joined: Apr 08
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Posted: 18 May 2008, 12:41
I started Fat Smash today and I was looking over others' weigh ins, and I was surprised in the detox part their not higher. Is everyone following it to the letter?
What were the weight losses on C.Fit Club?
clt

Joined: May 07
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Posted: 18 May 2008, 17:26
I'm not sure about you but I don't have a personal trainer assisting me. Most of those on the show worked with personal trainers. Keep in mind they were receiving monetary gain. So they had a goal and reward if they accomplished their goal. Hey if we all had Harveys? This is a good idea for all of us to set a goal and a reward once we've accomplished our goal.
I would tell you not to get discouraged by what you might feel to you is a low #. To the person losing only 2 pounds or 3 pounds within the detox phase is still more than what we were losing not on the detox. So I would encourage you to not look at the low #'s, but look at the fact that there are #'s. That means something at least to the person losing it. I know it is nice to see a dramatic loss but hey a loss is a loss and even if it is one pound. I'll take it. Just don't allow it to discourage you. We definately didn't put all this weight on in 9 days and it will take more than that to get it all off. So you can do this. One carrot or apple at a time.
Good Luck!!!!!
luckytrixie

Joined: Apr 08
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Posted: 18 May 2008, 23:56
Lilrosey

If you eat smaller meals about 3 hours apart, it will help with the hunger. The first few days for me was really hard because I was hungry all day. I was used to much bigger portions of more filling food. If you eat more meals, with a couple of healthy snacks during the day, in a few days you will adjust (At least I did). Your body realizes that you are going to feed it so you feel fuller longer. I don't usually get hungry anymore until about every three hours. I hope this helps you. Good Luck!
dreamstar80

Joined: Apr 08
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Posted: 19 May 2008, 16:17
I agree with Luckytrixie, Eating the meals 3 hours apart with little snacks in between if needed is the way to go. I am following the Extreme Fat Smash diet almost to the T, and so far am happy. I know I shouldn't be weighing myself except once a week, but it's a slight addiction. Wink I'm not sure about the Fat Smash book, but the Extreme Fat smash one lays out all of your days food and excercise. I am following the food I would say 99% and excercise pretty good. I would like to excercise more though.

I would recomend getting the extreme fat smash as well if only to understand the eating schedules & what to eat.

Positive thinking is a must!

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