can someone PLEASE helpme!!!

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  1. debclark68

    debclark68 Full Member

    I have been on the Cambridge diet for 10 weeks and have lost 3 stone. I know feel that I need to do something that I can do for the rest of my life as the CD is not for everyday. Shall I have a week off to get my body back to normal and then start WW or start WW straight away. Any idea??:)
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  3. Cheb

    Cheb Gold Member

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    Cambridge Diet (SSing)

    Not sure if you have SSed for all of the 10 weeks, assuming you have; you must now stabilise before introducing any other meal plan. Else you will gain weight no matter how healthy your foo choices are.

    Stabilisation takes a few weeks and after that then WW would seem to be a good idea. Your CDC will help you with the details:)
  4. debclark68

    debclark68 Full Member

    Many thanks for that but I really dont want to go to my CDC as I feel I have let her and me down. But I have 2 small kids and with Xmas , birthdays and a Disney holiday coming up moneys too tight to mention. So in laymans terms shall I give it a week or so beofre I do anything.
  5. Hedgemag

    Hedgemag Cambridge Diet Counsellor

    firstly you have not let anybody down....CD is not for have done brilliantly so far, it would be a shame to put that back on. I think you should have a chat with your CDC and explain the situation they may suggest to try the 1000 programme first, you would only have 2 CD meals a day which would cut down on the cost.

    Good luck with whatever you decide.
  6. debclark68

    debclark68 Full Member

    To be honest I am embarrassed to admit that funds are running low!!!! I have spend nearly £500 in the last 10 weeks loosing this weight and I really dont want to put it all back on. I spoke to CDC on Friday and she said try 790 for a week but it still cost 30 quid then I have to go back anfd do 1000 cals and buy more CD drinks I just thought that going to WW was a cheaper option and a more sustainable option food wise for the future Do you not think this is a good idea? I am open to any advice anyone can give.
  7. Starlight

    Starlight Gold Member

    Weight Watchers
    Theres no shame at all in admitting CD isnt for you now. Youve done really well so far.

    WW is a fantastic way to lose weight & allows you the freedom of being able to socialise etc... its a great diet, not that we're biased here ;)

    Im sure you'll love WW if you try it but I cant comment on what effect it would have coming straight from CD. Other people certainly have made the change with no great problems :)

    Good luck whatever you decide :)
  8. debclark68

    debclark68 Full Member

    Thanks so much for that Starlight I really am confused now!!!!!! ha ha ha
  9. nixx

    nixx Full Member

    Have you seen the Lipotrim refeed plan? LT works on the same principle as CD, so give that a go. You'd only need 8 shakes for a week. Failing that, do WW, but do it with minimal carbs for a couple of weeks.
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