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#1
Hello fellow cambridgers
im going to sound really thick here.... when i saw my cdc last week, for the 1st time, she told me ill be on ss for 4 weeks and then for a week i will be allowed a bit of food,before i go back on to ss....
can any1 explain to me what food i have, how much, how often etc?
just sounds like sumthin 2 look 4ward to lol
thanks guys
xx
:party0051:(i wish i was doing this)
 
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#2
Hi Sammy

Your CDC should have given you a booklet which gives more details on all the plans. What she is referring to is Add a Meal Week (AAMW) whereby you add a very small amount of white fish, green vegetable or cottage cheese - the exact amounts are in the book. You do it after every four weeks of SS.

Hope that helps.

Georgie
xx
 
#3
i dont think the leaflet thing i got said anything about it :-S she just briefly mentioned it...
so does this mean i will have 2 shakes/soups per day and then have the small meal as my 3rd?
 
#4
The Cambridge Diet Home Page

8. Can the Cambridge Diet be consumed as "sole source" continuously for more than 4 weeks?
Yes, but do so only under medical supervision. There are cases of the Cambridge Diet being used continuously for 9 months without any adverse effect.
However, our recommendation is for you to go on "sole source" for 4 weeks, followed by 1 "Add-a-meal" week in which you take 1 normal meal (which is low in carbohydrate but high in white protein and fibre) a day on top of the 3 Cambridge Diet meals. Thereafter, if the target weight is not reached, you can go back to "sole source" for maximum of another 4 weeks before breaking again.
 


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