Our expert says:
From what you say, it will take awhile for you to adjust to this new way of eating - after all you have to change your habits of 20 years and that does not happen in a few days. So give yourself time to adjust mentally and physically. Duromine is an appetite suppressant which will make you less hungry and thus reduce how much you eat. The food intake you describe is reasonable, but if you would like to compare what you are eating at present with some slimming diet examples click on 'DietnFood' at the top of this page, then on 'Healthy Diets'. Select one of the diets that you reckon you can stick to and use it to readjust your food intake. A good rule is to cut down on your fat intake (check out the low-fat, high-fibre diet on the Diet'nFood site while you are there). If its fatty, don't eat it. So keep the handful nuts down to 1 tablespoon and avoid fatty meat, and fatty snacks.
I hope you will soon be so used to your new diet that it will become second nature to you to eat healthy, low-fat food.
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