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    Seriously considering Cambridge Diet..

    Hi all,

    After spending 2 hours looking at Cambridge Diet success videos on youtube, reading blogs and articles. I am almost certain i want to pursue the diet.

    I'm currently 29st. Yup. It's hard knowing that even if i lost 10st, i'd still be fat lol

    My only luck is that i am very tall and 'carry it well'.

    Ove the last few months, i've been getting very anxious about my weigh, any twinge and i think i am having a heart attack or dying. Even reading back what i have just written makes me sound ridicuous but that's how i've been feeling lately.

    I've recently turned 30 and my 20's were pretty miserable socially/romantically and i'd love that to change.

    I'm going to make an appointment with the dr to see if i'm fine to join the diet and then find a consultant. Any tips on how to pick a good one on the CD website?

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    Good luck in whatever you decide. I'd say read the profiles of the consultants on the web, you can search by postcode. Then give them a call and see what you think. This diet is fab as long as you stick to it. It's mind of matter for the first 10 days but gets easier.


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    Thank you LizWhite29, i'll have a look and draw up a shortlists i like the sound of. Going to make a Dr appointment tomorrow, so hopefully i'll get the all clear and start by end of the month.

    Do you have to pay weekly/monthly?
    I hate porridge, so what are my options breakfast wise?
    Are you allowed fruit?

    Congrats on your loses so far aswell :-)

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    Hi I totally agree with the comment above about reading the profiles and see how you feel when you talk to them. I think it's half the battle if you have a good consultant to help Motivate and get you through the hard times when you feel like giving up or temptations!

    I'm on day 5 of ss and it's defiantly mind over matter but you can do it !

    Good luck in what ever you choose!

    J X

    Ps don't be so hard on yourself, I think your very brave for what you have just said ?

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    Thank you j3nn27 :-)

    I need to reclaim my life back so need to really be determined. Just need to decide if i want my consultant near home (North London) or near work (East London).

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    I pay monthly so 4-5 weeks in advance. That way I know I'm committed as there's no way I'm paying all that money to give up after a few days. It certainly helped me :-)

    I have 2 ready made shakes (tetras) and a bar. I hate the porridges and soups but you may like them. I have the ready mades as I'm at work all day and easier for me plus I love the taste of the banana one.

    Good luck x


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    I work in London too but have mine at home. I'd say home as easier I think


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    That's a great idea, paying monthly as I wouldn't want to spend that much and give up on it.

    I'm over 5'8 so i think I get a extra shake, so I'd probably just do 3 shakes and a bar like you.

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    Good luck. Let us know how you get on. X


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