Would Love Some Feedback From Duromine Users Please!

Discussion in 'My Experience with Duromine' started by LouLou@12, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. LouLou@12

    LouLou@12 New Member
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    Hi everyone,

    Just wanted to ask for some experiences/ feedback from people.

    I have a toddler and have struggled to lose pregnancy weight. Despite exercising 5 times a week (quite intense level) and eating a low calorie diet, my BMI is in the early 30s.
    In the last fortnight I got a personal trainer and I have just started 30mg D this week.
    The PT suggests that my diet is too low calorie and potentially not enough protein. Often I don't feel hungry so miss meals. I figure that I want to lose weight so not eating is a good idea. Apparently this is the wrong approach. So the PT and I are working on changing my diet and type of exercise.

    That's the backstory. I know that this is not a quick fix but I would love to hear from some people about whether they had success on Duromine even though they didn't need appetite suppressing?
    So far I'm not experiencing much indication that I'm on Duromine- some dryness in the mouth and some alertness at different parts of the day.

    I guess it would be good to hear if anyone else shares this experience and had success? It's early days and I will definitely keep at it but am feeling a bit low and would love to hear some success stories!

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    "I know that this is not a quick fix but I would love to hear from some people about whether they had success on Duromine even though they didn't need appetite suppressing?"

    Duromine is not a weight loss drug, it just suppresses your appetite so you don't feel hungry and over eat. How many calories are you eating? My experience is that if I eat 1200 calories a day and don't exercise, at all, I can loose about 1-2kg per week. Anything less than 1200 then the metabolism tends to shut down and weight doesn't really shift, although I am sure long term it would. Missing meals is not good - even if you're not hungry you should try and eat something. Good luck, it will happen.
     
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    Thank you for your reply I appreciate it.
    I'm eating under 1000 (unintentionally, just discovered this last little while through use of a calorie counting ap).
    Hopefully once I fix this things will change.

    Thank you
     
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    hi there try to aim for 1200 calories a day otherwise ur body goes to starvation mode and ur metabolism goes to shit and slows down, its important that u eat breakfast, lunch and dinner and snacks in between, protein is very important you're burning calories as well as counting them, protein is essential for making sure you lose fat, not muscle. Your body uses the amino acids in protein to build lean muscle, which not only makes you stronger and more toned but also fries calories even when you're not active—unlike lazy fat. Ultimately, this keeps your metabolism humming along at high speed. Even if u boil up some eggs and leave them in the fridge and use these as a snack is a good protein source.
    I find the app my fitness pal excellent, it has everything u need down to counting ur calories, recipes and logging ur exercise.
    Goodluck with ur weightloss journey and i hope u see results soon
     
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