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    Cheers Marco
    Only a nett drop of 3.5lb from 7th to 14th with weekend included.

    I'll take it though. It would be a stone in a month.

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    It' still good progress, and you should be pleased. Thanks for keeping us posted on the figures; for anyone considering 5:2 the ability to see some 'real world' figures can only be helpful

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    Six years ago I was somewhat overweight, 98kg, a work colleague suddenly began to look "thin", he'd been doing the 5:2 diet so I thought I'd give it a go.

    Over the first six months I lost 23kg which was probably a bit much as I hadn't weighed in the mid 70kg range for over thirty years. I'm back up to 83kg now which is maintainable.

    The worst part was that a month or so before starting the diet I'd gone through my clothes going: "I'll never get in that again." and threw loads of shirts and trousers out!
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    10lb in 3 weeks.
    800cals per day on Mon Tu and Wed.
    Eat normal for rest of week.

    Oh, bloody pressure has dropped too.

    From 126 over 76
    To
    121 over 79

    Taken every morning in bed.

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    Good work and great figures, but I thought you were doing 5:2 but from the days you mentioned it looks like 4:3.

    Anyway you're getting the right figures, and a drop in blood pressure, so well done

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