5 November, 2013

Win 10 x 1 month’s supply of Germany’s Number One Slimming Supplement, formoline L112

This giveaway is now closed but you can find all my current competitions on my competitions page.

If you’re worrying whether there’s still time to squeeze into your favourite LBD before the festivities begin, then formoline L112 can lend a helping hand.

Germany’s number 1 slimming product, formoline L112 is a certified Class lll medical device.

formoline L112
formoline L112

But this is no ordinary slimming pill. This is a practical ‘engineering’ solution to an essentially simple but persistent problem: if you consume more energy than you need for your body to function, your body stores the excess as fat. So to lose weight or prevent weight gain you need to reverse that equation.

formoline L112 helps you do just that. By using a naturally derived fibre that binds with fats, formoline reduces the overall calorie intake from food by removing a significant proportion of dietary fats at source, in the stomach.

The fibre is entirely inert, none is metabolised, and it passes safely through the system with the bound fats, removing them from your body before they are digested.

formoline L112 works specifically on fats (not sugar-based foods or carbohydrates) and so is most effective when calories are derived from a diet rich in processed foods that contain large amounts of saturated and trans fats. Unlike some fat-binding supplements, formoline does not require you to be in the close vicinity of a bathroom at all times.

Results show a possible weight loss of 7kg over a 4-week period.

formoline L112 can be used as part of a systematic weight loss programme or as an occasional use product when it isn’t possible to count calories, such as when on holiday or when dining with friends, and will help you to manage your overall intake of fat and fat-derived calories.

It also promotes a feeling of fullness, so users may naturally consume fewer calories. It does not act on the body’s metabolism and is very well tolerated. It is suitable for people with diabetes as there is no carbohydrate exchange value and it can help to lower cholesterol intake.

formoline L112 is an award-winning, trusted slimming product that has graced the headlines in Germany (for all the right reasons), for more than twelve years. German users have learned to adapt their use of formoline L112 according to their circumstances and it is used as much by those trying to maintain their weight as those trying to lose excess weight. Now it’s time for slimmers in the UK to employ a little “weight loss durch Technik!”

formoline L112 costs £24.95 for 48 tablets and is available from pharmacies and health food shops nationwide, or online at www.healthstuff.co.uk. Call 02890 703100 for your nearest stockist.

I have 10 free boxes of one month’s supply to give away to 10 lucky winners, as well as a £10.00 money-off voucher for every reader to spend on formoline online at www.healthstuff.co.uk. Simply type in SLIM112 when prompted at the checkout.

Simply enter via the Rafflecopter below.  The usual Terms & Conditions apply and the competition ends on Friday 6th December.

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60 comments so far.

60 responses to “Win 10 x 1 month’s supply of Germany’s Number One Slimming Supplement, formoline L112”

  1. Lorraine Cooper says:

    My tip is to keep the treats out of reach. Leave them somewhere that you can't easily pick. That way you've got to make an effort to e.g. go into the kitchen for another (huge) handful of cheesy footballs, and your adoring family will look at you with that look in their eyes. Shame is a great motivator!

  2. Esther James says:

    join a nunnery 🙂

  3. Emma Lewis says:

    Get someone to hide the snacks! I tried that last year, it worked for a few days.

  4. Emma Walters says:


  5. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    To be honest I just don't, life's too short to deny yourself at Christmas, it's only once a year!

  6. tabbaz123 says:

    Stay away from the leftovers!! – Clear plates quickly and put food out of sight

  7. mummy24 says:

    I try to make sure to meal plan to stop me snacking on cakes etc


  8. Erica Price says:

    We try not to buy too much so that it really is only one day of blow out and that seems to keep it under control.

  9. Anonymous says:

    What a difficult question to answer. Though probably aiming to eat nutritious meals, filling up with fruit and veg :- rather than the higher calorie alternatives. The other tip would be to get used to portion control now, so that come Christmas it is the norm and expected. Rather than overindulging.

    Rachel Craig

  10. Kristy Brown says:

    I'm not sure as I am one of the lucky ones who has never put weight on over Xmas, but I still stick to my portions (I don't overload my plate) and I don't sit eating loads of chocolate. I also make sure we go for family walks, as this is the one time of year we are all together – maybe that's why?

  11. Emma Ellison says:

    Get in some lovely walks in the crisp winter air, walking feels good and should help burn off the extra calories x

  12. Isabel says:

    Use fry light spray on the roast potatoes, steam the veg, and go vegetarian instead of a roast. Quorn do an imitation one, as do Linda McCartney, or you could use one of the soya based options you find in health food shops like Holland & Barrett.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Frylite on the roasties and go steady on the alcohol

  14. Anonymous says:

    Swap Brandy Butter for Creme Fraiche on your Christmas pudding, Roast Parsnips for Brussels Sprouts and Quality Street for Chocolate Brazil nuts. You can still enjoy Christmas food by making sensible swaps with lower Calories !
    Lisa Jones

  15. Debbie Johnson says:

    Get in walks rather than crashing on the sofa… and I live in the hope running around after the children will also help get rid of a few calories!

  16. IRIELADY says:

    Try to keep moving around. Cleaning up after everyone should be enough!

  17. silviam says:

    Eat one apple before sitting down for your Christmas meal

  18. lucy ann says:

    Brisk walks

  19. daniel inglis says:

    just try and eat less but who cares it's christmas

  20. Beky Austerberry says:

    I dont do anything to counteract my naughtyness. I should really!

  21. bridgetteosullivan says:

    Don't drink too much cos it lowers your willpower to eat the naughty stuff. Drink lots of water

  22. Victoria thurgood says:

    Dont pick at what the kids leave

  23. Debbie Burfoot says:

    have spirits and low cal tonic instead of beers or wine as they have soooo many calories in

  24. Anonymous says:

    Just do not buy it! If it is not there, you cannot eat it!

    Julie McLaren

  25. Leanne Mckenna says:

    Don't put chocolates etc on the tree they are too tempting!!

  26. Nicki Cawood says:

    My tip is to be balanced. Don't try and be super-strict or have a blowout. Everything in moderation, make healthy swaps where you can and enjoy the festive season in a healthier but tasty way!

  27. andrea lloyd says:

    buy low calorie foods like weighwatchers etc

  28. charlieemma says:

    I don't think you can really avoid the calories… but we always go for a family walk etc to make sure at least some of the calories are burnt off!!

  29. maddogs says:

    Be careful what you drink and make time for plenty of exercise (walk the dog (someone else's if necessary) sledging, family bike rides)

  30. Anonymous says:

    dont over cook or over fill your plate emma collins

  31. twinlay06 says:

    A photo of an elephant on the fridge and cupboards

  32. Solange says:

    You don't, it's Christmas. Dieting is for the new year

  33. Michelle McCulloch says:

    Excercise as much as possible !

  34. Gavin Beale says:

    Don't go food shopping on an empty stomach!

  35. katie skeoch says:

    duct tape over the mouth – it's the only thing that works

  36. Christina Jarrett says:

    Don't have too many snacks in the house! 🙂

  37. Hazel Christopher says:

    Fill yourself with a good breakfast so that you're less likely to nibble throughout the day.

  38. Abigail Harris says:

    by not having too many choccys in the house

  39. Bloodheart says:

    Don't deny yourself – the odd treat is NOT going to break your diet, what will break your diet is denying yourself all the lovely food then eventually breaking and scoffing the whole lot come new years. The occasional treat is okay, it's okay to eat!


  40. Lisa Sands says:

    Christmas is a time to eat what you like, ENJOY it! Sod the diet that can wait until January! x

  41. Teresa thorne says:

    Dont start on the cheese! Once I start nibbling there's no stopping me!

  42. neet says:

    don't buy too much food – reduces temptation

  43. hunnycat says:

    avoid being sat next to the nibbles!

  44. jodie harvey says:

    i tend to watch what i eat and leave the treats to the kids 🙂

  45. Annamarie Riddiford says:

    always have handy some healthy crudites or other snacks that won't pile on the pounds

  46. Dave Jackson says:

    don't buy any goodies


  47. helen says:

    fill up with low calorie food like fruit and veg

  48. ryanmia02 says:

    use a smaller plate when eating,you will limit the amount of food you put on your plate the easy way!

  49. donna jones says:

    water and smaller plate

  50. Emily Knight says:

    Everything in moderation! Don't limit yourself to only the healthy stuff – but make sure you fill up on plenty of veg with your Christmas dinner so you aren't tempted to snack!

  51. laura avery says:

    Hang up that dress that you want to fit into somewhere where you can visulaise it.

  52. Becky Shorting says:

    Just remember, just because its Christmas doesn't mean you need to eat bad!

  53. Gill Gaffney says:

    Don't buy those big tubs of chocolates – no-one can resist them and they're just full of empty calories.

  54. Twiddle Dee says:

    try and eat smaller portions and swap calorific drinks for water sometimes 🙂

    Natalie Gillham

  55. ZoeRoxby says:

    to those who normally buy me gifts I have asked for them not to buy me chocolates but to buy me something like showergel set

  56. Brandie Browne says:

    Don't buy the kids any sweets or you may be tempted to pinch them

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