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Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by this*time, 21 September 2010 Social URL.

  1. this*time

    this*time Full Member

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    I am starting week 13 and have done really well but just cant afford this diet anymore. Saw my cdc today and bought 7 packs to have for tea, have decided to have cereal for breakfast (bought some shredded wheat and porridge) then a salad for lunch with chicken then the cd for tea and fruit if I get hungry between, I really hope this works as I dont have much more to go. If anyones interested i will post as to how I get on
     
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  3. LizzMB

    LizzMB WILL be Slim!

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    Personally, i find CD cheaper than buying food.....and £35 a week probably covers the take-aways and junk i was eating! lol opps!

    I think CD packs as part of a long term solution are a good thing as they dont require any thinking...and i can recommend the a&c porridge with mixed berries as a breakfast, especially for the winter!

    Good luck hun and i keep updating us all! :)

    x
     
  4. Kes

    Kes Gold Member

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    i know what you mean about it being expensive... i just hope that i can keep it up until i have lost what i need to...
    personally i dont think i would spend £190ish a month (3 packs a day x 30= 90 then times that by 1.85 (well thats how much mine are)on my own food... thats quite a lot. (when you think about it!!!) i would spend that much on me and my hubby.. but not just me!!
     
  5. MsJMC

    MsJMC Strong women stay slim

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    Keep posting girl ! blimey you have done great !
    i'm sure you won't miss CD just the fast weight loss lol!!
     
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  6. Funky Mum

    Funky Mum Silver Member

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    Yes please keep in touch!
     
  7. 16to10

    16to10 Now Maintaining :)

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    Good luck and please keep us updated on your progress.
     
  8. this*time

    this*time Full Member

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    Thanks everyone, I am determined to shift the last bit, but at my own pace. kes yep its expensive and my loses were no longer the 5/6lbs so for me I decided to try this for a few weeks see what happens, I feel great being in the 10s it was worth it totally, got my shredded wheat on offer in sainsburys for 88p lol and it will last a while so better than 1.80 a day for a shake :). Good luck everyone
     
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