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    do bars slow weight loss ???

    do bars slow weight loss ??? I mean comparing to shakes and soups

    my CC told me she doesn't recommend having more than 1 bar a week but I really like having something to chew so does it slow weight loss or not ???
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    I shouldn't as long as you stick to plan. There's no reason only to have one a week. My CDC said that she would savour a bar every evening whilst watching TV when she was on plan. You just have to remember to up your water intake!

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    mmmmm thanks that was helpful
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    I have two bars a day and a shake x
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    Cambridge wouldn't sell them if they were going to make things slower....the selling points of vlcd is fast results lol

    I have one every day, I enjoy it but don't long for it anymore.

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    I have one every day too (and i've been known to have two!). As said above, they wouldn't sell them if they slowed the weight loss down. And I figure, whatever kept me on the straight and narrow, and to make this journey more bearable - then bring on the bars!!

    They are (were) my saving grace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LV30 View Post
    I have one every day too (and i've been known to have two!). As said above, they wouldn't sell them if they slowed the weight loss down. And I figure, whatever kept me on the straight and narrow, and to make this journey more bearable - then bring on the bars!! They are (were) my saving grace. Lx
    Haha amen to that one! I did it before without the bars and I will cut them down to every other day over the summer as I'm actually missing the shakes, but they have been useful

    Current loss: 17lbs and 12 inches
    Week 1 - 5: -22lbs and -15.5 inches
    week 6 - 10: -11lbs and -12 inches
    week 11: -6lbs (new measurements taken)
    week 12: -2lbs and -3.75 inches
    week 13: -2lbs and -3.25 inches it's going to take forever at this rate..
    week 14: STS and -3 inches. Don't even talk to me today!

    Total Loss: 43lbs and 37.5 inches

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    thanx all looks like I'm gonna ignore my CDC and keep having bars as I'm losing weight with them anyway
    start weight: 17.1 stones
    5 week on CD ( -19 lb)
    on & off week (+2.3 lb)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hala View Post
    thanx all looks like I'm gonna ignore my CDC and keep having bars as I'm losing weight with them anyway
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it lol

    Current loss: 17lbs and 12 inches
    Week 1 - 5: -22lbs and -15.5 inches
    week 6 - 10: -11lbs and -12 inches
    week 11: -6lbs (new measurements taken)
    week 12: -2lbs and -3.75 inches
    week 13: -2lbs and -3.25 inches it's going to take forever at this rate..
    week 14: STS and -3 inches. Don't even talk to me today!

    Total Loss: 43lbs and 37.5 inches





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