LT -vs- CD - What is the difference.

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  1. paul1978

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    I have read posts on both forums and have done CD before so know what that is all about, but how does Lipotrim (LT) differ from Cambridge (CD)? As far as I can gather, LT is still shakes and still give relatively good losses. Dont know how much it costs (Maybe someone can tell me) but I know there have been a few posts on this forum in the past from people who have changed to CD from LT, so maybe someone can tell me the difference between LT and CD please ?
     
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  3. determinator

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    I started on LT and swapped to CD . The main difference is taste and variety !! LT has 3 flavours of shake ( all vile ) , 1 soup ( unedible ) and 2 'flap jacks ' ( more like dried out oxo cubes with lumps of fat in !!) . It costs £36 a week for ladies and £48 a week for men ( men only get 2 large packs a day ) and yopu get it from participating chemists. The losses are virtually the same.

    CD on the other hand has loads of flavours, they all ( well most) taste amazing ( especially after LT!!) , the bars are delicious and its fairly similar in price ( approx £1.70 - £2 a pack , so about £38 a week if you have 3 packs )
     
  4. Gaelic Faery

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    I think determinator answered that qu perfectly! I'm just gonna second the LT being gross part as I started on that too
     
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