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Defatizing with Slimfast Gunk by Bob

Discussion in 'Weight Loss and Dieting' started by bowell, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. Patch

    Patch Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    But what a great thing to get bored of! NORMAL BG's!!!
  2. borofergie

    borofergie Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Think about the excellent power-to-weight to ratio that you're going to get when you finally get the electric-chair.

  3. bowell

    bowell · Well-Known Member

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    The new one will come with a curb jumper and Rear wheel drive so I may just get a wheely out of it
    My old one is front wheel drive so no good for tricks ,But it does turn on a sixpence :mrgreen:
    The speed is set to NHS 4mph But you can mode them via pc link with the right software and cable
    I will order that soon as I know what controller is installed on the chair :mrgreen:

    I am finding it lot easer to transfer from chair to chair now
    So far No down side from this diet at all,,Plus my food shopping bill is now next to nothing

    I will will keep to my morning shake when the diet ends just because as I like it

    The Chocolate shake is very nice HOT as my evening meal makes you sip it slowly and lasts longer


  4. blacksmarty1

    blacksmarty1 Type 2 · Active Member

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    Hi Bob lovely to here from you this week and so pleased you are going strong with the plan.

    I made a decision to relax the plan for a couple of weeks ( I have had a bad cold and felt really rough) and then restart it.
    I have to say so far so good. My Bgs are very constant at around 5.4 no matter what I have been eating so this is a good sign. The other good thing is I really don't want that much to eat and I have not put any weight back on. The new plan is to redo the 8 weeks from 24th October through November and up to Christmas. I will keep you posted and watch your progress too.

    regards Diane
  5. johnts

    johnts · Well-Known Member

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    Thats awesome figures Bob well done
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