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AAM ??

S: 14st5lb C: 11st10lb G: 9st11lb BMI: 30 Loss: 2st9lb(18.41%)
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Mini

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S: 18st2lb C: 16st1lb G: 11st2lb Loss: 2st1lb(11.42%)
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S: 14st5lb C: 11st10lb G: 9st11lb BMI: 30 Loss: 2st9lb(18.41%)
#3
That's great, thanks for clearing that up mini :)
 

Mini

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S: 18st2lb C: 16st1lb G: 11st2lb Loss: 2st1lb(11.42%)
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You're welcome:)

Good luck with your new start Cat.
 

Setas

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S: 19st9lb C: 17st8lb G: 9st10lb Loss: 2st1lb(10.55%)
#5
might be worth double checking as I was told you had to up up a step (and SS and SS+ are considered to be the same step)

here the info from the Cambridge site

Guidance to Consultants - Ideally your customer should move down the Steps to their chosen programme, spending at least one week to each Step. If they wish to follow a VLCD programme (Step1 below 800kcal), they may do so for a maximum of 12 weeks at a time. After the 12th week the customer should move up to 810kcal (Step2), for at least 1 week. If they still have weight to lose and their BMI is suitable, they may resume a VLCD programme for a further 12 weeks.

Only what my CDC told me so could have changed
 
#6
Setas is right .. AAM is 810 not SS+ . AAM week is when you have done 12 weeks on SS or SS+ you must do 810 for a week to adhere to the NICE ( national institute of clinical excellence ) guidelines so not following a VLCD for more than 12 weeks continuously .
810 in itself is a step that a lot of people use , but it is classed as AAM week when you do it for 1 week as per the guidelines .. hope that makes sense !!!!
 


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