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Discussion in 'Cambridge Diet 100% Posts!' started by NickiT, 13 July 2009 Social URL.

  1. NickiT

    NickiT Member

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    Hi All, I am looking into the CD. I am completely fed up with struggling with my weight and after reading reviews on the CD i think it seems too good to be true. I would appreciate any comments and/or encouragement.
    Look forward to chatting with you all...:)
    Also...i cant seem to find anything on how much it costs to go on it....
     
    Last edited: 13 July 2009
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  3. suranne

    suranne Full Member

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    Start Weight:
    16st1lb
    Current Weight:
    10st9lb
    Goal Weight:
    11st1lb
    Lost(%):
    5st6lb(33.78%)
    Diet:
    Cambridge Diet
    I've tried various diets before but never had any success (always given up after a few days!). The first 3 or 4 days of CD were hard but I'm suprised at how easy I've found it since then. I think seeing the scales going down so much has spurred me on and made me more determined to stick to it.

    Prices vary depending on the CDC, but as a rough guide, my CDC charges £1.70 per sachet and £1.95 per bar or tetra.

    Good luck x
     
  4. *butterfly*

    *butterfly* Silver Member

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    Start Weight:
    12st6lb
    Current Weight:
    11st11lb
    Goal Weight:
    9st7lb
    Lost(%):
    0st9lb(5.17%)
    Diet:
    Cambridge (ish)
    Its hard to suggest how someone else might fare with the plan. Personally i felt like you, lifetime of dieting, was at the point where you restart every week but never making it past day 2/3 and then eat rubbish for the rest of the week. The more p'd off i got with myself and the more i wanted to diet it seemed the less able i was to stick to it. Came across cambridge on here and saw counsellor after 2 wks of deliberation. I've not even had my 2nd week weigh in yet and my scales are showing a 17lb drop! More to the point, i feel great! I just find it so easy to follow so far, by taking food out of the equation (if you do sole source) it stops me making any naughty choices, and i do not feel inclined to cheat. The lack of hunger is such a bonus. You the have time and a staged process to get back into food again in a healthy way, instead of tackling it all in one go.You could always go and see a cdc and discuss the options, so you're clear if its right for you - you don't have to commit unless you want to. Good luck whatever plan you choose xx
     
  5. keeley21

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    Start Weight:
    16st10lb
    Current Weight:
    15st3lb
    Goal Weight:
    9st0lb
    Lost(%):
    1st7lb(8.97%)
    Diet:
    cd/ww
    hiya,
    im also a newbie xxx
    my cdc charges me £37 a week xxx
     
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