You can find out all the info about each plan from the websites. There are a lot of people on both plans on this forum but each of their experiences are individual to them and meet whatever needs they have...looking at the sites will help you to decide exactly what you think would be most suitable for you...
There is less flavour choice on LL - but I believe they are made by the same manufacturer (someone will correct me if that's wrong!) CD flavours - 5 soups, 9 shakes, 2 tetras and 6 bars.
Price - this is the biggy!!! CD is about £32.55 per week for 21 sachets - LL is about double that. (not sure of exact amount)
LL have 4 sachets a day (but is equal to 3 CD sachets) - CD (unless you are a man or over 5' 8" tall) have 3
CD do tetras, mix a mousse as extras
LL requires you to have a medical form signed by the Doctor and you go back every 4 weeks to get your blood pressure checked.
CDC complete a medical form and unless there are any health issues raised whilst completing a Dr's permission is not required. Add a meal is on week 5 which negates the need for a blood pressure check.
Most CDC's see you on a 1:1 basis although some are now doing groups - LL only do groups.
LL claim to do cognitive behaviour therapy - CDC don't ..... although they may have counselling skills of there own.
Hope I've summarised it ok - and have facts right!
I've done both....so have a lot of people actually....it's pretty strange. LL used to be quite cheap (£45 ish) but then suddenly went up to £66!! so a lot of people swapped over to CD at roughly £32.55 a week.....
LL is great if you get the use out of the CBT, but Cambridge is better for the flavours etc.