I'm glad you're feeling ok. On my first day, I felt pretty much as you are until it got to about nine o'clock at night. I started having terrible doubts and - possibly - withdrawal symptoms from lack of sugar and white bread. I was even watching the documentary about the half-tonne mom on Channel 4 at the time and still I felt awful. I phoned everyone to tell them how I felt and went to bed thinking that I was going to phone a Cambridge Diet counsellor the next day, because I know they have more flavours.
I got up the next morning and I felt brilliant. I went to work and told a few people about the diet and I came home full of beans (and water!)
I did very much the same as you; I got rid of food I didn't need and my youngest daughter goes to her sister's to eat, which takes a lot of pressure off me. I'm using more gas but less electricity. And more loo roll.
I was taking medication for my back spasms but I am pleased to say I haven't needed to take it since I started Lipotrim. Maybe it's psychosomatic but I haven't had any back pain since I started, though I have had a few headaches, particularly in the early days. My major concern has been constipation. I hate taking laxatives but I find this is the only thing that works.
Keep posting on here and it will take your mind off things if it gets too much for you.
He got a sudden realisation that if this all goes to plan, he won't be sampling my prior methods of cooking, and looked a tad crestfallen at that concept - I was cooking with lots of butter, cream, and I sometimes did gourmet chocolate cakes/biscuits/sweets. Occasionally I got commissions to make the cake of chocolate doom - I'm sure I'll still be able to make the chocolate related stuff (particularly if I'm getting paid for it!),
and no...you aren't on the wrong diet Lipotrim, cambridge, Lighterlife. The results are similar. Not saying everyone will lose a stone in a week, but what they lose themselves will be similar across the diets IYKWIM