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    I was just going to say the same Christine. Nutritionist and dietitian are becoming dirty words to me. I wouldn't trust most of what they say.

    My first thought when I saw this article (after I'd stopped screaming) was "what about when they resume a more normal way of eating"? It is doomed to failure. If people with bariatric surgery can cheat and regain all the weight they lose, what chance is there for the poor souls who are subjected to this particular form of torture?

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    There were comments from some one on FB who had used shakes and lost a lot of weight, but within a year had regained it and some. He then found low carb eating has lost the Wight again and kept it off. This just about summarises what will happen to most people. An could explain why NICE removed Dr David Unwin's sugar equivalent infographics as a commercial product was coming.
    One is too many a thousand not enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christelle View Post
    Oh my word - NO!



    I do not know how you can have your addictive foods in moderation.
    Goodness me! - That is rather shocking!
    The worst bigots in the world are those who most loudly proclaim their ‘tolerance’

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