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Hi all,

Has anyone tried TrimFit by Yu and if so did you feel or see any benefits and how soon after the surgery did you start taking it?

I have seen it mentioned on some blogs but by people being paid to advertise so I would like honest, unpaid for, opinions.

Thanks

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Hi OP! Lots of us won't know what trimfit is. Or how it would help a post bariatric surgery lifestyle. I think most of us just stick to the plan our surgeons set out. We see greater or lesser losses depending on a number of variables.

Please could you provide a link or a clearer description of what it is and what you're hoping to achieve by incorporating it into your plan?

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Personally I would trust any supplement that promises to burn calories especially one that relies on ‘natural caffeine’. Caffeine is a naturally occurring drug. (You’re probably not young enough to remember the Medislim craze of the 80s - everyone jittery from the excess caffeine but no one lost weight.) Only two ways to burn calories: increased activity & decreased calorie/food intake. Our hormones have already been modified as a result of the surgery.

So I agree with the others. Why are you thinking about using it?

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Thanks all.

I am still losing weight each week so it wouldn't be for any time soon, I was just wondering about it for an extra energy boost at a later date when I am sure I might reach a plateau.

I had seen it really heavily plugged on a bariatric blog so was wondering about it.

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On 1/12/2024 at 7:46 PM, FifiLux said:

Hi all,

Has anyone tried TrimFit by Yu and if so did you feel or see any benefits and how soon after the surgery did you start taking it?

I have seen it mentioned on some blogs but by people being paid to advertise so I would like honest, unpaid for, opinions.

By the way, If you're seeking natural alternatives to support your health, mullein leaf could be an option to explore. This herb has a long history of use in traditional remedies for respiratory health. You can find mullein leaf in supplement form on Amazon. Check out these mullein leaf drops, which can be a gentle and natural addition to your wellness routine. Remember to always consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new supplement to ensure it’s suitable for you.

Thanks

If you're considering taking TrimFit, I suggest checking with your healthcare provider or a nutritionist first to ensure it’s safe for you. They can also offer advice on what to expect and whether it's likely to be effective for your specific needs.

Edited by Alfred_Wilkerson

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