Weight Loss NHS


I am new here my weight has yo yoed all my life and a few years ago was diagnosed with under active thyroid so it then made sense why I have always struggled I have been every size from 8-16 and am currently the latter as I have put on 3 stone in the last year due to depression and stopping smoking but I am now readyto get my act together any advice would be great

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Brilliant to have you join us Niclevi99 you will find shed loads of support and inspiration here.

Come and join our Newbie Club, which is a good place for you to connect with members, who are also just starting out, or re-starting. Just post a few words on the September Newbie Club thread to introduce yourself and respond to others there you will soon feel part of the club.

Follow this link to the Newbie club:


Please read all the information carefully, it is very useful and can be referred to whenever you want to check something.

I wish you well on your journey.

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Never,ever been a size 8 ! Respect! Have been from 12-30 though . Back down to a 20/22 though at the moment . Lost 30stone in my

Trouble is - put on about 40 . No joke .

You are here -you can do this . This community is the best ever .

Welcome .


Hi and welcome Niclevi99, you have made the first biggest step by joining this forum, well done! :)

You will receive great advice and friendly support here and i wish you all the best with your weight loss journey :)

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Do make sure you actually eat enough calories though. Hardly anyone seems to know this, I didn't either but I try to let many know this now, but if you don't eat enough calories your body thinks your starving it and turns everything you eat into body fat and this weighs more than eating the extra calories does so it stops you from losing weight and sometimes puts weight on instead. I know it sounds weird to eat more to lose weight but it has worked for many. Good luck with your journey.


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