Another newbie question

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by lisaloooo, 16 December 2006 Social URL.

  1. lisaloooo

    lisaloooo Full Member

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    Sorry hope I am not annoying you all.

    Just wondering what sort of scales the CDC use.

    Are they like WW and standard issue and regularly calibrated?
     
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  3. punkass

    punkass Silver Member

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    Sorry i can't help, i weigh myself, I just meet my CDC every two weeks for foodpacks and tell her what my weight was
     
  4. canireallydothis!!

    canireallydothis!! Gold Member

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    As cdcs are self employed they have their own scales. You are not annoying at all hun, ask away!!!

    The scales are not a cd issue, but I would imagine they are all looked after by the cdc
     
  5. lisaloooo

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    Ok cheers.

    In that case Ill probably just use my own scales then to track my success.:)
     
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    DQ Queen of the Damned

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    My scales weigh up to 32 stone. I check them every other week by weighing a lb of sugar. If you are going to use your scales as well, try to weigh yourself in the same clothes and as soon as possible after your CDC so any differences are noted. You don't want to get messed in the head by your scales weighing one thing, and hers weighing another ;)
     
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