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Thelma62913 @Kelly. Oh I've reached my goal months ago; I actually lost 13lbs more than my original goal. I'm just maintaining now, but will check out Slimming World.
Kirstin Lost 60 pounds following paleo. Love it!
Megan I agree that you should still be able to enjoy your food, and at least have one " cheat meal," so you don't binge eat & feel deprived.
Megan Didn't the inventor of The Atkins diet die of a heart attack? Too much red meat.
Kelly To Thelma slimming world when you reach your goal it is free xx
Kelly Slimming world is fantastic. I have tried clean eating cutting sugar etc and could never lose weight. I don't have a gallbladder so the low fat is perfect for me. I lost 5 pounds in one week and have been losing since.
Ayra Eat clean and have a cheese burger once in a while and exercise
Thelma62913 So what happens when one reaches their weight loss goal? Are these healthy enough to continue? The only one that sounds like it can be long term is Weight Watchers. Eat "regular" or "normal" foods, just watch your calories. When I wanted to drop a few pounds, that's exactly what my doctor told me. 1200-1400 calories per day. I still enjoyed the things I loved, but I made healthier choices (no more fried foods, just grilled, etc..) Nobody should "diet." Make it a lifestyle.