Switching weight loss plans

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altoannie

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Posted: 14 Nov 2008, 12:53
Would be interested in hearing about people switching weight loss plans and their success. My contract with LA Weight Loss is almost up and I am not planning to renew with them. Any comments would be welcome.
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Suzi161

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Posted: 17 Nov 2008, 10:07
I have been on every diet known to man. You can successfully go to other plans, but if your current plan is a low carb type plan, then you may need to adjust your eating to which ever new type of plan you decide to go with. For example, Weight Watcher allows you to eat any thing you want in moderation (but it stresses fruits, veggies and lean protein and dairy), but if you eat more carbs than your are used to, you can temporarily gain weight. So you would need to add carbs in slowly. Choose a plan that fits easily in to your life. If you have to give up all the foods you love, you won't be able to sustain the diet long term and keep the weight off. Good luck!



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