Weight Loss Diet & Slimming - FAQs*

General Slimming Questions


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Q:
Can I choose specific parts of my body to lose weight from?
A:
Yes. The beauty of the Marie France Bodyline program is that it can be applied to specific areas of your body where unwanted fat troubles you most. Such as your lower tummy, thighs or legs.
Q:
Will a Marie France Bodyline program help me lose weight fast?
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How fast a Marie France Bodyline program works really depends on how much weight you intend to lose and from where. Because everyone is different, the speed at which a Marie France Bodyline program works can differ.
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If I am undergoing the Marie France Bodyline slimming treatments, can I choose not to exercise and watch what I eat? Does this mean I don't have to exercise at all, or watch what I eat?
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No. For the Marie France Bodyline program to be effective, a certain degree of discipline has to be practised. When we say 'without starving or exercise', we mean you don't have to stick to a rigid and very testing diet. You only have to watch out for those fattening, high calorie food and follow a sensible eating plan. As for 'no exercise', we mean no exercise program – no jumping up and down, or swinging your arms and legs in time with a group of panting and sweating people. Instead, natural exercise such as swimming, walking and jogging are encouraged.
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How do I keep those extra inches from creeping back into my waistline?
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Once you've gotten your figure down to just the way you like it, all it takes are regular monthly visits, and a little discipline, to keep it looking good*. Our specialists will answer all questions and give you instructions and tips on effective weight maintenance*. They will also advise you on a nutritious eating program that will help you stay at your ideal weight on a long-term basis*.
Marie France Bodyline – FAQs: Weight & Health
*As causes for being overweight vary from person to person, weight loss results will also vary from person to person, dependant on various genetic or environmental factors such as food intake, individual rate of metabolism, level of exercise, etc. No individual result should be seen as typical.