Is it the FLU or is it my diet??
Sunday. 3.4.07 11:31 am
Lately I have been trying to lose weight. I have been exercising and going to the gym. I have been hitting the weights and treadmill. I read the calories I am burning and so forth but on the scale my weight is NOT changing. I dont get it. I am lifting too. I have not checked my measurements to see if I am losing inches along with maintaining the same weight.
I dont eat that much but when I do I have been taking this thing called "lean cort". I had a big mac and I know it has a lot of calories in it so I took the lean cort with it. I thought I got food poisoning because I had the runs that night and the next morning. I dont know if I really had food poisoning or if that is how the lean cort is suppose to work. Once my stomach calmed down I had a breakfast sandwhich. I mean you could only imagine how hungry I was. I took another lean cort with that sandwich. No diarea but I feel like I want to throw up and cramps in my stomach and so forth.
I dont know if I have the stomach flu or if it is the lean cort. Anyone have any suggestions????
Categories: lean cort [t], diet [t], health [t], [t]
check the ingredients...
it could be a couple things. 1. it could be the caffeine content (often used as a stimulant) or 2. it could just be the changes its making to your metabolism/digestive process. i'd say give it a week or so...if it hasn't calmed down by then, it might not be the product for you. » invisibleinkling
on 2007-03-04 11:41:33 i've never heard of lean cort,
but i was trying this protein shake powder during swim season, and that stuff made for some very paifull digestion.
Funny story: i tried it again with some icecream and milk, then forgot the powder. » middaymoon
on 2007-03-04 12:43:58
i think it's your diet » changbang
on 2007-03-04 12:53:53 only a bit of it
the moon was behind some trees, and i was in meh boxers. didn't stay out long. » middaymoon
on 2007-03-04 12:55:22
I wouldn't trust the pills. It's supposed to block the absorption of fat, since it has the highest amount of calories.
Since you're not absorbing it, it's coming out... any way it can.
I would just not eat the big mac...:p » ikimashokie
on 2007-03-04 01:18:22
^__^ You're welcome, and thanks for the comment! » Mockiller
on 2007-03-04 02:00:10 I had a class project where I had to monitor my intake
Also, figure out your BMR because you lose calories in your sleep. » Dilated
on 2007-03-04 05:19:40
I say lay off the product. If it's making you uncomfortable, it's not good for you. Stay with the whole healthy diet (no big macs!) plus exercise and wait a bit beofer saying itdoesn't work. =P You'll see changes, don't worry. Just don't know how much and when... » Silver-dot-
on 2007-03-04 05:25:13
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