I am not feeling anything different from these Diet DOTS. I do not feel more energized and I do not feel my appetite being suppressed. Granted it's only Day 2, there are only enough in the pack I bought for just about 3 Days - you would think if they made the pack for a shorter time frame they feel that these things work. Personally, it's the water 1/2 hour to 45 minutes before the meal that I feel is filling me up. I do not think the tablets are doing anything. One more day to go (I had bought 2 packs so that I had enough for he entire day.....it was a dollar, not a big investment).
Diet DOTS taken with water 1/2 hour before eating each meal with 1 bottle of water.
Breakfast: Latte, 2 scrambled eggs, 3 slices bacon, 1 slice plain WW toast
Snack: 3 pieces of red licorice
Lunch: Greek Salad; mixed lettuces, non fat feta cheese, red onion, green olives, greek vinegrette dressing, BIG ice tea
Snack: 20 white grapes
Dinner: Chicken Cheeseburger Quiche (I had a leftover piece in infrezer from the FAT to Skinny Diet), BIG ice tea, 1/2 cup natural applesauce
With no kickboxing for the next 2-3 three weeks I need some assistance. What music gets you going?? I am going to start walkng after work with one of my kickboxing buddies to fill the between the next session.
I had been using a Sony Walkman (with my own mixed tapes) then I moved up to a Sony portable CD Player so that I could listen to audio books and now my husband just gave me his old IPOD...I started loading a few songs that could assist me in movin' and sweating: Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen) and Baby Got Back (Sir Mix Alot) for obvious reasons, Rockaria (ELO), Hey Ya' (Outkast), Get the Party Started (Pink), S & M (Rhianna), Push it (Salt & Pepa), Badonkadonk (Trace Adkins) just because the song cracks me up, Yes You Can (Jewel), Machinehead (Bush), Hemorrage-In my Hands (Fuel), lLove me Dead (Ludo), F*ck You (CeeLo), Pretty much all Meatloaf & Goo Goo Dolls (I have a MAJOR crush on Johnny Rzeznick)...So what do you have??!!
Have a SPLENDIFERIOUS night!!
ALWAYS......make your words and actions count!