Cambridge Diet - been doing Lipotrim

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  1. Loops

    Loops Member

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    Hi Everyone :wave_cry:

    Just wanted peoples views please... my partner and I have been doing Lipotrim and lost quite a bit of weight (approx 3 stone each) and this was over a short space of time, we are wanting a bit more variety and looking at doing Cambridge Diet.

    Does anyone know if the weight loss is about equivelent of both diets? Thing I find bizarre is that I could have a bar with some chocolate on and that not take me out of ketosis ... does Cambridge Diet work along the lines of Ketosis?

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks
    Loops
     
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  3. KD

    KD Gone fishing

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    Yes Lipotrim, Cambridge and Lighterlife all work in the same sort of way (ketosis wise anyway). The losses are similar :)

    Enjoy:)
     
  4. sim94

    sim94 Cambridge Diet Counsellor

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    Hi Loop,

    I started off with LP and lost 7st, I change to CD and went on to lose just over 2st. My weight losses were about the same. The reason I changed was CD have far more varity. I was down to 2 flavours on LP and was getting bored.

    Funny thing is I enjoyed to LP Peanut flapjack, though It did take me 2 or 3 atempts with gaps of a month or two, then I began to love them. I instantly took to the CD bars:) .

    CD have 6 different bars all covered in a thin layer of chocolate:) . The Peanut crunch and Cranberry crunch are slightly lower in calories and contain less carbs. I tend to stick with them because I'm carb sensitive.


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