How long does it take for ketosis breath to fade?

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Fattack, 2 December 2009 Social URL.

  1. Fattack

    Fattack Likes to eat


    After finishing Cambridge, how long does it take for your Ketosis breath to fade? A boy I have been chatting to online for about six months now is coming to visit me in January, and I don't want my breath to smell DISGUSTING (and it does!) so I'll probably come off Cambridge a couple of days beforehand and whilst he's around.
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  3. Lizzylocket

    Lizzylocket Winning a losing battle!

    I think mine went when I moved up to 1000, well, I don't find myself talking with my hand over my mouth any more!
  4. MinnieMel

    MinnieMel Why Be Normal?

    You can use the breath sprays.
  5. mrsessex

    mrsessex Gold Member

    Well mine went immediately as soon as i started eating last week and i can tell you thats true as my hubby OFTEN and i mean OFTEN tells me i stink LMAO!!! i started eating wednesday morning (on hols) and that day i didnt smell anymore...

    Needless to say i stink again lol
  6. Fattack

    Fattack Likes to eat

    I know there are breath sprays... I use one :)

    Thanks Mrs. E! I guess I'll see when I come off at Chrimbo!
  7. thinfor30

    thinfor30 Full Member

    Mine stopped after a few weeks of SSing. At least I THINK it did. Maybe I just got used to it.. :eek:

    It's particularly bad if you're not completely hydrated, IMO.
  8. JimmyShoo

    JimmyShoo Silver Member

    OMG Thinfor30 you only have 4lbs to target good luck this week honey xx
  9. Fattack

    Fattack Likes to eat

    oh my goodness! good luck thinfor30! well done :D
  10. MinnieMel

    MinnieMel Why Be Normal?

    Off Topic but related to prev postings

    Mince used the term Chrimbo (and I bought cards for my daughter with crimbo on them) and I was wondering if this was some sort of strange British slang for Christmas. It is a nickname for Christmas, but its origin is apparently from the US! Funny, I never heard this used until I'd lived in Europe for 15 years!

    From Wiki:

    Crimbo is a slang term that started in the innercity New York and Chicago in around 1930's, its a variant of the word Crimble whis is a nick name also given to the holiday time because of Chris Cringle aka Santa Claus. Some modern music uses Crimbo sometimes in the lyrics when singing about the Holiday season as well.


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