Sorry Sweetie .. but am not able to recommend an appetite suppressant. Would highly recommend journaling your food intake and calculating the calories by using package caloric information OR www.calorieking.com Have found that eating six small meals a day (3 meals, 3 snacks) that your metabolism keeps working and your appetite is suppressed naturally.
In addition, try changing your exercise routines from day to day as our bodies adapt quickly. In always changing the type of exercise, it keeps your body functioning at top efficiency.
Try eating a variety of foods that include fresh/frozen vegetables, lean meats, healthy fats, complex carbohydrates and low-fat dairy.
Hope you'll stay tuned to this community for some additional information, support and motivation .. we'd love to share in your journey! Very best wishes ...
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