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Cost of DietChef

Discussion in 'Diet Chef' started by ClairBear, 2 January 2009 Social URL.

  1. ClairBear

    ClairBear Full Member

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    Hi
    I am new to the site :) and have been thinking about starting DietChef so have been googling to find out about it. I have read that you can buy most of the stuff in the hamper separately, does this work out cheaper than buying the hamper direct from DietChef?
    I have lots of weight to lose (about 12 stone) so am trying to find something that involves food so that I can make it a longer term change rather than the short sharp shock of LL/CD (which I have tried) and as a lot of you have said - get potion size into perspective.
    Any thoughts???
    Is there anyone out there that have been on DietChef for longer than a few weeks? I have yet to find anyone who has done it for more than 8 weeks...
    Cheers...
    ClairBear
     
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  3. Kitteh

    Kitteh Resident geek

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    I know someone bought them all seperately.. and although it saved her a few quid, everything came seperate and at different times, and some took a week.. some took longer.. but with diet chef it comes like the day later, or 2 days later..
    I can not speak highly enough of Diet chef.. i ordered mine on a bank holiday holiday friday before.. and it came on the saturday.. i could NOT believe it..

    x x
     
  4. JanD

    JanD maintaining since June'09

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    Hi Clair

    I source my food for the dietchef plan from other places. This means I can add more variety amongst other things. I got the cost down to about £38 a week.

    However I do agree that getting a hamper with everything you need is the easiest way and also - if you can afford to lay out £190 to buy 4 weeks supply you get a week free at the moment from dietchef which also brings the cost per week down to £38.

    As for being on it for more than 8 weeks. I would have been if Christmas hadn't got in the way!

    I'm 53 and have been on every diet under the sun since I was about 21 (when - incidentally - I was 10.5st and thought I was FAT! What I wouldn't give to be that now!!) ..... anyway ..... I lost more my 1st week on dietchef than I've ever lost on anything else - 8lbs!! and lost 2 - 2.5lbs each week subsequently and I wasn't 100% all the time either! So I'm back on it now and happy to be so.

    I would highly recommend it.

    Hope this helps ....
     
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    Berryred Gold Member

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    just wanted to say well done Jan xx
     
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    JanD maintaining since June'09

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    Thank Yoooo!
     
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