Moving from CD to normal food again

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  1. Mark290

    Mark290 Member

    How easy is this and what is the process, I am worried if I did loose a lot of weight I would put it back on the minute I started eating normally again.
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  3. b_n_3003

    b_n_3003 Silver Member

    It's (suppossed to be, I'm not there yet) quite manageble if you move up the steps with the aid of your CDC, you increase your calorie intake and replace the packs with food. I'll try to find a link for you.
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  4. b_n_3003

    b_n_3003 Silver Member

  5. specialk

    specialk Silver Member

    Start Weight:
    Current Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    Weight Watchers
    your CDC will explain it all when you go and see him/her, there is no point worrying about it till you have decided to follow a plan.

    but visit

    that will answer most of your questions
  6. chickenpie

    chickenpie Cambridge Diet Councellor

    In order to sucessfully keep off the weight, Cambridge advise you to use the step system. If you are unfamiliar with this, basically there are 6 steps: SS, 810, 1000, 1200, 1500 and maintenance. Sole source is the lowest step, and means you completely replace conventional eating with the Cambridge packs. As you move up the plans you gradually start to introduce food again.
    If you spend at least 2 weeks on each step of the programme, and keep moving up there is no reason to pile all the weight back on again, providing you don't fall back into your old eating habits. It is about adoping a new healthy approach.
  7. Mark290

    Mark290 Member

    Thanks guys
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