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    Advice Please!

    Hi I have struggled with my weight for so long and have tried so many different diets, programmes and products no of which have ended successfully. I know that this is probably my fault as willpower can sometimes be a rare commodity but I am desperate to shed the excess flab.

    There are a few diets that I haven't yet attempted and wondered how you rate the Cambridge? Whilst info can be found on the web it's best to hear it from those who are actually going through it.

    Many thanks

    Lucy xx

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    Diet: Cambridge Diet Plan
    Height: 5ft4in
    Start Date: 9th February 2013
    Start Weight: 13st8.0lb
    Current Weight: 11st10lb
    Goal Weight: 10st5lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 32.6
    Current BMI: 28.1
    Goal BMI: 24.9


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1st12lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st5lb
    % Lost 13.68%
    I think it's the best diet I've ever been on. I have lost 10stone over 7 years and Cambridge was the easiest and quickest.
    I am an addict. I love food. I obsess about it, I binge stuff and fill my face with it.
    Cambridge was recovery for me. I didn't have to think about what to eat or plan and the weight melted away.
    I'm maintaining now which has it's challenges but if I ever get the feeling I am out of control I do a week of CWP and the few pounds I gained go away again and I feel in control again.
    My best advice for long term weight loss is just to never regain any weight loss. I know that sounds easy but if someone's goal is 5 stone and the only lose 2 then try to maintain that weight until they get in the zone again. Then they aren't starting all over again.
    I spent too many years failing to get to 10stone so binged it all back on again. In the end I just lost some and even when times were hard and I couldn't diet I kept at the same weight until I could diet again.
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    Start: 13st 8lb
    Week 1 -9
    Week 2 -4
    Week 3 -4
    Week 4 -4
    Week 5 -2
    Week 6 -3
    Week 7 -2
    Week 8 -1
    Week 9 -4
    Week 10 +1
    Week 11 -6
    Week 12 SS
    Week 13 -2
    Week 14 +1
    Week 15 SS
    Week 16 SS
    Week 17 -4 GOAL 10 stone 7lb
    Week 18 SS
    Week 19 +2
    Week 20 -7 Happy Weight

    Maintenance Time
    Current Weight: 10 stone

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    Diet: Cambridge Weight Plan
    Height: 5ft7.5in
    Start Date: 14/11/2013
    Start Weight: 13st9.0lb
    Current Weight: 10st11lb
    Goal Weight: 10st7.0lb
    Goal Date: ASAP


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 29.5
    Current BMI: 23.3
    Goal BMI: 22.7


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 2st12lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st4lb
    % Lost 20.94%

    Advice Please!

    I too have yo-yo'd over the years mainly on WW. This is the first time I've ever done a Food substitution diet and I have to say it has forced me to realise and deal with the fact I am an emotional eater! I feel like I'm conquering it too. This is my 4th week, and I have to say, no regrets. It is hard, but so worth it. Give it a go! What can you lose? (Except weight of course!)





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