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Lost it and kept it off???

#2
Sorry you've had no replys hun, not that I can help you much I'm still on my way down weight wise. There are a few regulars (and irregulars!:D) here that have lost it all and kept it off. A great example is Mike (icemoose) if you look him up you should be able to see before and after piccies of him in his album.
 

Rayven

Addicted to Minimins!
#3
Thanks hun. I know Mike lost a LOT and has done amazingly well keeping it off. It just seems (and this is only my opinion, so i don't want to offend anyone and i'm not slagging off the diet) that a lot of people lose the weight & then have to go back on CD because they haven't been able to keep it off. I also understand that this happens on lots of other diets too, but i just wondered how many people have actually managed to keep it off without reverting back to ss.
 

Fizzy

Silver Member
#4
I think if you tackle the issues that made you overweight in the first place (mine is emotional eating in the evening) then there is a better chance of keeping it off. It goes without saying if you do CD but dont actually change anything you will put the weight back on.
 

Eclipse

Gold Member
#5
Mike (Icemoose) and KD have kept it off without resorting to CD.

I use CD now and again, to keep an eye on things, and I believe Summerskye does the same too.

Porgeous has also kept her weight off without having to resort to CD.

Sorry if I have missed anyone else, but those are the ones that sprung to mind.
 
#6
i lost 4 stones and now use CD once or twice a year to keep it off

not ideal, but i love food and find CD the ideal way to enjoy life and still keep slim - ish

biffo
 

Frejja

Silver Member
#7
Hi I lost 6 stone with LL and then CD and have kept it off since last October.
 

kirsty2012

is gonna shine in 2009
#8
i lost 4st last year with CD and in a year put on 24lb but that was down to finding out my youngest is special needs and i was using food as a crutch. But i'm glad i nipped it in the bud and i'm now back on cd to lose the last lot.
 

icemoose

The Diet Guy
#9
I lost it with VLCD but haven't been on a diet now since April 2006.

Key for me was getting rid of the emotional benefit I got from food.

I still eat nice things now but I never eat because of the reasons I used to i.e. bored, comfort, stress etc.

Mike
 


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