as lidle is like aldi it won´t be that expensive i would think still reading the oppentants to it and haven´t got to their actual diet recomendations yet but i brought a stability bal with removable fitness bands for 7.99€ last week,my normal stability ball has no fittness bands and cost 17.99€.also brought a yoga mat from there for 5.99€.will pot a typical diet day when i get there can take a while because most my spare time is took up on spark people.
will do the bit i have read is very incouraging saying that it wont be easy ,the only way to loose weight is eat less and exercise more.that you should see it as a lifestyle change.it works on the rightig essen diätsystem/right food dietand is also recomend by the ADA-americandiebetes association so it sounds sensible at least and being out of totally food you buy at lidle should be cheap as well.only trouble my book is in german they don´t have english versions over here.maybe you should ask your local lidle for the book.
my husband brought me a book from lidle called the lidle diet,dieting on a budget.just wanted to know if anyone has tried.haven´t had time to read it but just glancing through it it seems ok not quacky at all.just wanted feed back.
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