Mixing SS and SS+

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Lealou1, 3 February 2013 Social URL.

  1. Lealou1

    Lealou1 Full Member

    Hey all
    Do you just have to stick to ether SS or SS+?! Or can you switch it up?! Only because I'm starting to feel isolated from my partner and child when there's an opitunity to eat together and I'm sat separate.
    Would be nice to eat something with the family now and again.
    But I don't wanna do it everyday as I just don't have time so SS suits me better other days.
    Also I don't see smoked haddock or salmon on the allowed protein?! Anyone know if we can or can't have these fish?!
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    THAI CHILLI Full Member

    I do SS and SS+ every 2 days and it works for me like when i feel like eating especially on Sunday when i cook roast i know i can have 170g of chicken and 80g of veg, so u can do it hun
  4. Lealou1

    Lealou1 Full Member

    Thanks Thai,
    I did ask my CDC and he said no just stick to SS so I lose weight quicker and then so ss+ after 12 week

    THAI CHILLI Full Member

    My Consultant let me have SS+ after 2 weeks of having SS cos i was missing food and by end of week 4 i lost 18.5lbs
  6. Lealou1

    Lealou1 Full Member

    It's been 4 week n I've lost 22 1/2 lb

    THAI CHILLI Full Member

    Wow well done , you have to be proud of yourself
  8. Chlo

    Chlo Silver Member

    When I did CD successfully a couple of years ago, I did SS weekdays and SS+ weekends. It worked a treat, pretty much averaging a stone a month. I don't think the weight loss is different to SS, and it kept me sane.
  9. Kimboowee

    Kimboowee Silver Member

    There's next to no difference in the losses. It's your journey, do the plans to suit you x
  10. LMS

    LMS Full Member

    I agree with the above post. I SS+ but that's to have milk in my tea. And my CDC was lovely about it she said you won't even notice a difference in losses maybe 1lbs over 6 weeks but that's nothing on a weekly basis. Definitely go with what suits you. If you do what other people say suddenly your not doing the diet for yourself anymore and personally that's when I fail

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