could someone please tell me....

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  1. susie Q

    susie Q Full Member

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    could you tell me please what amount of water per day is average and what amount I should aim for, for best weight loss results???
    And how much on average do you all pay for you packets of shakes???
    My brother-in-law has just joined cd and is paying 30p per packet less than me ( he buys a months worth at a time and is in a different area to me) !!!!
     
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    I pay around £32 a week but it's up to cdc what they charge!
    I drink 4 ltres of water a day and seems to work for me. Good luck x
     
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    I pay £1.66 per sachet (used to be £1.65 with my old CDC), £1.85 for a tetra and £1.95 for a bar.

    I drink between 3½ and 4 litres a day and have been doing ok. My last month weight loss is lower as I am now on the 810 plan.
     
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    I pay £35 regardless of what I have
    Water varys,but at least 4 sometimes as much as 6,especially if out in evening...drank 3 litres on a hen night the other night...guess how much sleep I got!!
     
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    thanks
    Now just another quick one...... I'm on SS+ and weight loss has slowed down over the last 2 days.. should I change to SS??? or stay on SS+
     
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    on average over a month the loss on SS+ compared to SS is thought to be the same (a CDC posted this the other day). Weight loss does fluctuate no matter what plan you are doing so if you are happy on SS+ stick with it.
     
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    thank you. I will stick with it, think I will find it too hard doing SS
     
  9. Miel

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    I pay just over £35 each week but have 6 tetras in that. There's going to be a price increase soon which will bump things up a little bit, but shouldn't notice it too much on the shakes, soups and tetras as I think the biggest increase is on the fibre 89 and water flavourings (15p I think), the others are going up 5p I think.

    As for water, I think I usually drink about 10 pints a day, less if I am going anywhere ;)
     
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    ...blimey, can I say 'think' any more often :D
     
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    I drink 4litres a day sometimes 5 :)
     
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    I drink 4-5 litres daily but just because of toilet issues if I drink less :(
     
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