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Unread 10-15-2018, 11:55 PM
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Default Rapid Fat Loss Diet & Bromocriptine Results

Just wanted to post my results from using the Rapid Fat Loss Diet protocol & Bromocriptine.

I couldn't be happier with the results and honestly this diet seemed easy. With the free meal and refeed days, the diet felt very easy

Here are my results using Inbody scanner. I tried to stick to the same early morning testing every 2 weeks roughly, and the food was roughly the same weekly. FYI the SMM stands for skeletal muscle mass on the Inbody scanner, unsure how accurate it is but I've included the results anyway.

Started the diet on the 23rd August. 6 weeks one day total length of diet.

23rd August
Weight - 108.8kg
Fat mass - 20.9kg
SMM - 50.5kg
Bodyfat % - 19.2%

5th September
Weight - 104.8kg
Fat mass - 18.2kg
SMM - 50.0kg
Bodyfat % - 17.3%
Fat Mass Lost = 2.7kg

22nd September
Weight - 104.1kg
Fat mass - 15.8kg
SMM - 50.8kg
Bodyfat % - 15.2%
Fat Mass Lost = 2.4kg

5th October
Weight - 102.4kg
Fat mass - 13.8kg
SMM - 51.1kg
Bodyfat % - 13.4%
Fat Mass Lost = 2kg

I've never done the RFL diet previously and never used Bromocriptine before. So I am unsure of the results how much bromocriptine helped

Thanks Lyle for all the books you've published. They've really helped me to get my head together and do something that's proven. I got lost in the world of fake nutrition gurus for a while but now I'm back

If anyone has any questions I'll do my best to reply and help if I can.
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Unread 10-16-2018, 06:39 PM
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How did your lifts fare throughout? Would you mind posting pics?
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Unread 10-16-2018, 06:58 PM
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Training was very simple. I just followed nearly exactly what’s in the book. I never attempted to push it. Most days I felt normal. Odd day I felt weaker. But because I followed the book I wasn’t too worried

I did do 30-60 minutes walking in the mornings. Very easy walking on treadmill
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Unread 10-17-2018, 10:30 AM
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I am curious, what tool did you use to track your bodyfat ?
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Unread 10-17-2018, 02:20 PM
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Did the bromo made you tired? I had read somewhere that if it does, it should go away after a few weeks.

I tried it a couple of years ago for one month. I felt beat the entire time. Once I stopped, that feeling disappeared.
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Unread 10-17-2018, 05:16 PM
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Yes bromocriptine made me feel drowsy everyday. Didn’t lessen for me over time.

I used a thing called Inbody for bodyfat measurements. It’s a medical grade device which I’ve heard compared to the Bodpod for accuracy. However I don’t know if that’s true

I’m not comcerned about the accuracy of my bodyfat %. I was more concerned of seeing my fat mass decrease. I used that as my goal. And tried to use the inbody scan at the same time of day with same hydration levels and food in me
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