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    Kim138 posted:
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    Recently, on Dr. Oz, he encouraged dieters to drink a glass of Metamucil 15 minutes before the evening meal. It helps make you feel full apparently without adding extra calories. Has anyone tried this and found it helpful?
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    justmejust responded:
    I have a cup of milk with metamucil between meals to satisfy an appetite. I keep forgetting to try Dr. Oz's suggestion to have it before a meal to fill up the tummy.
    Goal Wt 145 Current Wt 203 Starting Wt 225 Getting healthy is about progress, not perfection. Baby steps, to a healthy lifestyle change. When you change your thoughts you will then change your weight.


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