Curbing appetite during Medifast Diet

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I am sooooo happy!!.

I've been searching all over for something inexpensive, legal, and over-the-counter to help curb appetite!.

MF says some of it's shakes contain SuperCitrimax for appetite control, so I decided to go out and try to get some. Instead of buying the special shakes, I went to GNC and got some regular Citrimax. (they were out of the SuperCitrimax). I've been taking it as directed (one tablet 3x a day before meals) and it's working PERFECTLY! I'm not jittery, have a little more energy AND best of all, when evening time rolls around, I'm not looking to eat everything that's not nailed down! It certainly works for me! I hope it will for you, too! I can definately tell a difference in my appetite at my weakest point of the day!..

Comments (24)

I also purchased some Citrimax and it's working wonders. I take 1/2 of the daily dosage and found it to really help curb my appetite...

Comment #1

Thanks for the tip I definitely need help in the appetite area...

Comment #2

Personally I like Hoodia, but we are all different!..

Comment #3

I'm confused if you stick to the plan why the need for outside appetite suppressant pills?..

Comment #4

Because sometimes you are still STARVING and not feeling so hungry is helpful. I don't use them myself - but whatever helps you to stay on plan and lose the weight is fine in my book...

Comment #5

Thanks everyone for the advice on citrimax. I have been on medifast over 7 weeks now and never really felt starved except in the beginning. But lately I just want to eat! I have been restraining myself, but I am so hungry. Maybe it's because I have added exercise to my life. I am going to GNC to get some citrimax!..

Comment #6

I thought Medifast didn't recommend taking any suppliements? Is this Medifast approved? I get the "hungry's" late at night sometimes so this may help if it's Medifast approved...

Comment #7

It's not going to be Medifast approved, because of course they would prefer you to buy THEIR supplements. If you want an Medifast approved supplement, then get their appetite suppressant shakes...

Comment #8

Mirashay, thank you so much for posting about Citrimax! Based on your post, I bought some and have been using it over the past week and it is awesome! Not only do I not get the "hungries" anymore, but I have about twice the energy, but without feeling jittery at all! Thanks again!..

Comment #9

My problem isn't physical hunger. Do they make anything to shut up the emotional eater?? LOL!..

Comment #10

That is too funny DoBee! Right on. I can totally relate.

I will also add that I did take Hoodia in the past and if you get a good brand (i.e reputable source and not just the cheapest one) it worked for me. I am open to trying additional appetite curbing tools if needed. I am only on Day 6 and I will say that I do get hungry. I won't lie... but then again, I have a huge appetite so these little meals are a stretch for me.

However, at the same time I am focused on all the things I have to gain by losing this weight. SO far, it has been *easy* to stay on plan. If however, these hunger pangs don't let up or get annoying, I would not hesitate to try something in that area. Heck, if it means the difference between on plan and off plan I would assume it would be worth it..


Day 6 and down 10 pounds thus far!..

Comment #11

Has anyone tried CUUR? I saw an add for it in a magazine...

Comment #12

Anyone else out there try Super Citrimax with success? I'm thinking of purchasing it. Too scared to try the phentermine my doc prescribed for me..

Comment #13

I like Hoodia. I struggle with hunger at times... and it helps.

For emotional hunger, I am working with the Abraham Hicks material and also Judith Beck's book.....

Comment #14

I have tried citrimax and found like dobee my hunger is emotional soooooooo brin1269 if you want it I can send it to you to try before you invest lemme know.....

Comment #15

Thanks! I'll think about it; I'm going to give it a while for the program to take full effect. Today I feel no hunger whatsoever (course, that could also be due to the fact that it's my TOM and I'm in terrible pain right now!)..

Comment #16

Hope these Help! Best of Luck!.



These answer many questions on Hoodia and Citrimax...

Comment #17

I'm not hungry yet, but do plan to have some momentum on hand JUST in case!..

Comment #18

Looks like in the medical community there is no conclusive proof that either one of these work. I'm not looking for a supplement to help me lose weight (I have Medifast for that); just looking for something to help my appetite. But some of the users on here are saying it does work for them. I guess it's just one of those things we have to try for ourselves!..

Comment #19

I completely agree brinn1269. To each their own, whatever works. That's the name of the game! Everyone, keep up the hard work! We can do it!..

Comment #20

Just wanted to tell you that what I do is add a drop of peppermint oil to my water and it fills me up, with a nice minty taste...

Comment #21

SUPER idea! And nice minty breath to fight off my ketosis breath!..

Comment #22

Thank you all for the tips I was feeling like a failure because I am so hungry I just have to remember to take a supplement and not raid the fridge..

Comment #23

Hi all! I've been on the program for 25 weeks, 100% OP. For the first three months I was STARVING, but then as I moved into the end of my 4th month, I felt on top of the world. I really would have liked an appetite suppressant back then and I see nothing wrong with it. I would suggest, however, seeing if you can ween yourself off of them after a while, just to see if you can manage without them. Good luck and stick to whatever works!..

Comment #24

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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