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FiberWeigh works for me! I am a stay at home mom in Texas. I tend to have a hard time losing weight b/c of my blood sugar issues...I FEEL HUNGRY ALL THE TIME...until FiberWeigh!

I've tried getting off sugar, supplementing w/great vitamins and mineral that help with blood sugars, working out 5-6 days a week for 45 min-1 1/2 hours, lowering sodium intake, drinking lots of water, eating more fruits and veggies, etc!

It's a blood sugar problem-there are many people in the U. S. with this issue. Of course I look better than if I was not doing all these things, but w/out FiberWeigh, I would still feel hungry too often throughout each day.

While out running errands one day, I found the product at the local Walmart for under 20.00-and not online like others. I was not expecting too much...maybe just a little bit of a curb on my appetite, or a hope to feel full the effect of fiber drinks.

When I left the store and got into my car, I took 2 capsules at the first sign of hunger...a hunger pang feeling. The bottle suggests taking 2-3 caps about 10-15 minutes before a meal,(this is a realistic time for me to wait when I'm hungry). I drank the capsules down with what I had left in my water bottle-about a cup of water. I drove to my next destination. Ten minutes later, while on the freeway, I was ravenous but I chose to wait another 5 minutes. After a total of 15 minutes, I arrived at my next destination, and noticed that I was not feeling as hungry. This was very unusual for me. Because of this, and because of my hope in this product(to feel full on less food) I chose to have a pre-packaged, 110 calorie protein shake box; it had been sitting in my car for a couple of weeks. I drank it down quickly, and went about my errand. Normally, for me that is, this low-calorie shake would have only kept me full a couple of hours.

Instead, I stayed full for about four to five hours. When I felt another hunger pang, I took 2 Fiber caps and waited the 15 minutes. Same result!

On the way home, I purchased a green salad-like the ones I usually make at home for lunch. However, by the time I got home, I found myself staring at the salad b/c my feeling of hunger had not only dissipated, but completely gone away. I decided to eat a little bit of it anyway because #1 I don't believe in starving myself, and #2, I have to be careful with my blood sugar levels-they can drop if I don't eat often enough...but I only need a little to keep me going.
To finish, I consumed about 1000 calories less in the day. My worst time of the day, the evening munchies...I took the FiberWeigh and found that the ravenous evening hunger pangs went away. I took 2 more caps at 7:45pm, and my last meal was at about 8pm-like it should be (but again, I'm usually sooo hungry at night). I went to bed at 11pm. Slept well. By the morning, I had lost a pound to 1 1/2 pounds.
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Anonymous on 01/10/2009:
On a healthy weight loss plan, the average person should lose 1-2 pounds per month. I used to weigh myself all the time and my weight would fluctuate daily by a pound or two, which is normal but also frustrating if you're obsessed about your weight. A better plan is to do exactly what you described, eat healthy and get plenty of physical activity. I've found that by paying attention to how my clothes feel is a better 'scale' then my bathroom scale, which I donated to Goodwill. :)
I haven't heard of Fiber Weigh, but it's always good to do some research online or check with your physician on any possible negative effects, especially if you suffer from low blood sugar. Thanks for posting!
Principissa on 01/10/2009:
I'm with jc. I gave up on daily weigh ins and obsessive dieting. Eat healthy, exercise daily, and stay away from fast food.

Once my fat pants start to feel comfortable, it's time to exercise more and lay off the junk.

Anonymous on 01/10/2009:
JC, if your clothes are on the floor, while getting plenty of physical activity, then I'd like to apply as your personal trainer.
Anonymous on 01/10/2009:
LOL good one!
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