810? or not?

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  1. xdebzx

    xdebzx Full Member

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    hi all,

    Looking through various posts on here and through the cambridge guidelines I see that at BMI 25 or less you shouldnt be doing SS or SS+.

    I had my 5th weigh in today (BMI now 24.8:party0011:) and my counsellor didnt even suggest heading up to 810, she is quite happy for me to carry on as i am (SS+).

    I cant get another counsellor in my area and wonder if i would possibly be causing an atmosphere by asking her why i am not on 810 at present? I am coping on SS+ but worry that i could do myself damage staying on it?

    I would appreciate your thoughts and comments.

    thanks in advance,

    Debs x
     
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  3. festivalfairy

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    I dont think it would cause tension hun just make the suggestion and see what she says its your diet at the end of the day xxxxxxx
     
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    You could suggest you've been hungry or want a change, or point out your BMI and ask. OR you could do 810 and not say anything.
     
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    i like that idea, lol

    debs x

    seriously tho' isnt it worrying that some cdc's arent following the guidelines?

    debs x
     
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    I think it is awful. The product is great but the company management in general and some CDCs are sadly lacking. Surely there should be some sort of quality control.
     
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