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Choosing The Correct Plan For You

At Slim & Save we are weight loss experts.  So far thousands of people just like you have lost weight and kept it off with Slim & Save.  We take weight loss seriously and always have the wellbeing of our clients in mind.

We strongly advise that you speak to your GP or doctor prior to undertaking a Slim & Save weight loss plan.  A TFR (Total Food Replacement) or VLCD (Very Low Calorie Diet) should only be undertaken with the knowledge of your doctor as you may have underlying medical conditions that are relevant to your weight loss journey.  Regardless of how you feel, speak to your doctor before commencement. 

Sometimes, certain people are not suited to a TFR or VLCD.  For example, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or have had a serious medical condition or operation within recent weeks then you are 'contraindicated' and should wait until allowed to start.

If your GP or doctor have any questions then they can contact our experts directly on 01642 762252.

You should be in good health with a strong mind-set and positive attitude.  If you are not, then perhaps a VLCD is not right for you at this time. 

There are two plans to follow at Slim & Save.

"Lifestyle" & "Simplicity"

You will follow either Lifestyle or Simplicity plans for 12 weeks, after which time you will need to temporarily introduce some extra calories for seven days. See the "Week 13 TFR Break" section for more information.

When you have completed either plan (and lost your weight) you can follow our simple re-feed plan.  Our re-feed plan helps you easily manage the re-introduction of 'conventional' food after your goal weight is achieved.  We really are here for you every step of the way.

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