Argh!!! Contentment?

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  1. Byebye bingo wings

    Byebye bingo wings Full Member

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    Hi All,

    I've lost a great 5 stone since the end of June and I lurrrrrrrrve Cambridge, however I did a couple fo weeks eating (sensibly) and managed to loose anothers... but the problem is I still need to lose at least 3 stone and I can't get back on SS!

    I think part of it is that I feel good about myself again for the forst time in years, I've gone from a sz 24 to a sz 16 which is amazing, and if you had asked me this time last year what size I would have been happy at, I would have been over the moon to be a normal 16-18.
    Also everyone who knows me, calls me skinny ribs and tells me how fantastic I look, and while it's lovely to hear I feel it is counter productive at the moment!

    I need to loose this final bit of weight before xmas but if I keep eating it'll never happen! :(

    Any advice? Did anyone else go through a similar feeling once they had lost a lot of weight?

    I need to Sole Source!!!!!!!
     
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  3. SoonToBeGorgeous

    SoonToBeGorgeous Loving the Cambridge Diet

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    You don't have to Sole Source.

    You could do 790 which has similar weight losses to SS but includes a fairly large meal aswell as your 3 packs per day.

    790 does work, I went onto it two weeks ago and have lost 4lbs each week!
     
  4. KD

    KD Gone fishing

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