Can you do SS and SS+ on alternate days?

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  1. emmak1

    emmak1 Full Member

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    Is it bad to do split your week doing a few days of SS and the other days SS+ ?? Am I messing my body up if I do the diet this way?? and wwhat loses should I expect? thoughts pleaseeeeee
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  3. Dancing

    Dancing Gold Member

    sorry noone has answered. I don't know the official answer but I do know my CDC told me today that I shouldn't try to mix 810 and SS as it is recommended we have continuity within each stage of the plan.

    Hopefully a CDC on here will give reply and a reason.
  4. minilady

    minilady Gold Member

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    To be honest I'm not sure what the official answer is on this:eek:

    I have 2 ladies that both work a couple of nights a week, on these nights they have an ss+ small meal and the nights they don't work they ss. Both of them have stayed in ketosis and their losses each week average 3 - 4lbs.

  5. kellymundy

    kellymundy Gold Member

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    I like to mix it up a bit!:D
    Seriously though, my CDC is fine with me doing it if that's what I need to do to lose the weight. I would check that your CDC approves before you do it though as every CDC likes to work a bit differently so might like to at least know what you're up to.
  6. JaxieD

    JaxieD Silver Member

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    Just checked my CD booklet and it mentions about interspersing SS and SS+ (for 12 weeks b4 AAMW) I take from that that it is ok to mix the 2? Sorry if wrong:D
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