Whatever Works

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

You have to do what works for you. We are all so different, after being on a plateau for what seemed like forever, someone gave me a sample of capsules. They are all natural from a berry from Scandinavia. They gave me energy, cut my appetite and immediately lost 3 pounds and a couple inches off my waist line. I have now been taking them for over a month, but have not had any noticeable difference in weight, but I feel better so and still have a curbed appetite, but scales are not showing signs of moving anywhere. Go figure! If not any weight loss in the next 30 days, may go off for a while so I can eat more calories to make sure, it is not because I am eating too little. As long as I feel good, I assume if I am following a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, the body will stay healthy and finally catch up to the actions. Don't get discouraged!
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    I am happy that you have more energy and they worked for a bit. what kind of berry are the pills. I could always use more energy.
    And you are so right that we are all different. I hope you find things that work for you.
    Have a terrific week end
    1866 days ago
  • GABY1948
    Everyone is different, and at any one time even THEY are different from THEMSELVES! emoticon emoticon
    1868 days ago
    That's great that you are feeling better and more energetic!! Yes, sometimes it just takes a while. I read a blog today I really liked. Wish I could remember it more precisely, but it said that doing the best you can is not it - you have to do the best you can for longer! Something along those lines. I'm betting those scales will reflect your actions very soon. Hang in there!!
    1868 days ago
    You are right, you have to do what works for you and that might not work for everyone.

    Good luck to you!!
    1868 days ago
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