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Newbie

#1
Hi everyone

I'm new to RC but not to this forum. Last year i lost 3.5 stone on the LighterLife Diet but i'm ashamed to say that whilst i could stick to the shakes 100% no problems, when i was allowed to eat again i just couldn't help myself. I've now regained everything i lost plus a little more :(

So this time i have decided to do the RC diet as i like the way it encourages exercise at it's classes, plus it's fairly straight forward as well.

I look forward to speaking with you all.
 
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Barb

Gold Member
#2
Hey carrot tit, your back, I missed you! I just love your name, everytime i see it I have a little smile. There, you see, you are doing someone good just by being here! Good luck with your RC plan, I am sure you will do great.

Welcome back!

Love
 
#3
Welcome back CT! I remember you well (who could forget that name? :D)

It's a real blow when we regain weight that we've lost (been there MANY times, got the outsize T-shirt to prove it ;)) but the important thing is that you haven't given up but are back to continue your journey on a different path - good for you!!

I love the RC plan and would definitely do it if there was a class anywhere near me - but alas there isn't :(
I did really well on RC some years back - it's so 'unfaddy' and uncomplicated and I love the exercise bit (although I don't necessarily LOOK like I'm enjoying it at the time with my grimacing beetroot face!).

Have you done RC before? Looking forward to hearing about your progress.
 

Barb

Gold Member
#5
I've just had an RC choc mousse, absolutely delicous and a mere 122 cals for a very large pot! Chocolate fix without a huge amoung of cals. Excellent
 
#7
I've just had an RC choc mousse, absolutely delicous and a mere 122 cals for a very large pot! Chocolate fix without a huge amoung of cals. Excellent
I've had these BCD (Before Cambridge Diet ;)) and they are to DIE for!!
 

Barb

Gold Member
#8
No need to die, just count it in! I reckon they would be good even on DD as they take quite a while to eat and really satisfy the sweet urge.
 
#9
Thanks everyone.

You could really forget a user-name like carrot_tit could you! I'm always gutted when other online sites won't allow it's use.

I'm struggling to get started with dieting again now but i found this site so useful last time it made sense to come back. It's gonna be a long slog but i'm commited to making the change no matter how long it takes!
 

Suzi

Full Member
#10
Hi CT,
I'm sure the weight will just fall off of you, once you have got stuck in. I have managed to lose 11lbs in 4 weeks on RC without doing excercise (not allowed at the moment,dodgy knees and my physio won't let me!)and this was after losing a stone by myself. So since May 1st this year I am 3lbs away from 2 stone, and although I have another 5 to go, I feel healthier and my clothes look better on me :)
This forum has been so inspirational and helpful particularly on bad days, you can't fail with all this support.
Good luck.
Suzi
 
#11
I'm doing it from home at the moment. There are classes near me but they are just not connvenient to attend at the moment. As soon as i start i'll post a diary to keep you all updated!
 

Nathalie20

Cambridge Diet Counsellor
#12
Hi Carrot tit! ( I can't help but smile and giggle to myself when I write that name tee hee)

Good Luck with your RC diet, I intend on doing it as well once Iv lost my last stone or so with CD as I think it will be the best way for me to learn to eat healthily and from there loose my last 1/2 stone or so.

I'll be reading your diary ince it is up and running to see how you are getting on and I hope you do well :) Good Luck!

N xx
 
#13
Thanks everyone. Do i post my diary here or is there a special section for diaries?
 


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