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Step 1 Sole Source Advice please about eating out

Discussion in 'Cambridge Diet Returners' started by yummigummi, 7 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. yummigummi

    yummigummi New Member

    Hi Everyone!

    I am a newbie on this site, although I have done loads of reading on here and gained much information and encouragement.

    Well, I am in a bit of a fix at the moment. I have been on the Cambridge diet before, and have returned to it again in order to loose the last 2 stones. I started on Sunday (Sole Source) and have been going strong with no problems at all. My boss approached me today and invited me (and some others) for dinner on Wednesday. I didn't want to say no, because I get along well with her and am looking forward to catching up with her and some colleagues. You can probably guess what my dilemma is. Since I only started again on Sunday, will it have a negative impact on my health? i.e. I realise I will probably be kicked out of Ketosis slightly - but I was wondering what the effects would be on my health if I yo-yo like this? I mean, Cambridge does advise to do SS for AT LEAST a week.... Also, for interest sake, what would be the effect on the weight loss.

    I intend to make good food choices - protein and green veg - but failing that, what are my other options as I am not sure where she is taking us all?

    I would really appreciate some insight. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: 7 January 2014

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