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Ilora-Danon
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You need to address the problem properly, before resorting to appetite suppressants.

Are you on the contraceptive pill?
Do you do a lot of exercise?
What do you eat on a typical day?
Or, is it a 'weight' issue and are you looking to do something unhealthy with them to lose a few pounds?
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(Original post by Ilora-Danon)
You need to address the problem properly, before resorting to appetite suppressants.

Are you on the contraceptive pill? No
Do you do a lot of exercise? No
What do you eat on a typical day? Pretty standard stuff tbh; nothing excessive
Or, is it a 'weight' issue and are you looking to do something unhealthy with them to lose a few pounds?
Pretty much
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So, why the need for suppresants?
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Just eat!
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(Original post by Ilora-Danon)
So, why the need for suppresants?
Because I wanna be skinny tbh.
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(Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
Because I wanna be skinny tbh.
Then, you know what I'm going to say..... [begin lecture]

You can be skinny, but taking appetite suppresants isn't going to make that happen - you're grasping at straws.

Losing weight takes hard work, effort and patience. If you were that desperate to be skinny, you'd buckle down and lose it the way you know is the right way - healthy eating and exercise.

I want to be skinny, I'd kill to be skinny. So instead of looking to ridiculous and dangerous ideas like appetite suppressants and laxatives (believe me, I was that desperate 6 months ago to consider it) that I actually got to the point where I took responsibility for my weight and made a concious effort to fight the flab. I'm 6 months in and 2 stone lighter.

Honestly, you will reap the rewards when you're however many dress sizes smaller because you'll know inside that you did it the right way - the way that takes courage, patience and a hell of a lot of determination.

If you're that desperate to be skinny, do something about it. But do it healthily. [/endlecture]
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qat and turkish tea are good...
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CINAMMON seriously google it with appetite suppressant, its meant to fix blood sugar levels. just buy some ground cinammon, it's like £2 for one of those glass bottles then sprinkle in coffee, on your apple, on your toast etc and it stops you feeling hungry.

and caffeine so coffee and diet coke stop hunger.

and to stop atomach rumbling try tums or other indigestion relief such as Rennies.
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porridge keeps you full for ages...
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