Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Chev13, 17 October 2007.

  1. Chev13

    Chev13 Glass of wine anyone?

    Hi Everyone,

    Just a little question, i am meant to be going to the pub for a friends birthday on Friday, is there anything i can drink opposed to water? Can i drink Slim tonic for example?

    Views appreciated,


  2. SoonToBeGorgeous

    SoonToBeGorgeous Loving the Cambridge Diet

    Most slimline tonic contains citric acid so is a no-no
  3. Chev13

    Chev13 Glass of wine anyone?

    That is no good

    Was hoping for something,
  4. ninababes

    ninababes Well-Known Member

    lol im proper boring when i go to the pub i ask for tap water lmao
  5. slimforlive

    slimforlive Well-Known Member

    What about Coke Zero? Some pubs sell that nowadays...
  6. minime

    minime Well-Known Member

    You never know they might sell coke zero.
  7. Chev13

    Chev13 Glass of wine anyone?

    We allowed Coke Zero on SS?
  8. ninababes

    ninababes Well-Known Member

    you are indeed Chev in moderation!!
  9. Chev13

    Chev13 Glass of wine anyone?

    WOW - :)

    That is such good news -:)
  10. ninababes

    ninababes Well-Known Member

    dont quote me but i beleive you can have any "zero" product coz the use malic acid instead of citric
  11. chicken on a mission

    chicken on a mission Restarting to lose 4stone

    Take some water flavour with you and pop a bit in and stir it up with a straw. You could go for sparking water.
  12. julesrush

    julesrush Norwich CDC

    Word of warnign check the ingrediants of the Zero diet drinks as i know of at least two of them that contain citric acid.

  13. slushy

    slushy Well-Known Member

    what other zero drinks are there then? ive only ever seen coke.
  14. Dobbie

    Dobbie I will get to goal .....

    Hmmm I'm a little confused. If citric acid is a no no .... how come we are allowed lemon juice to season food on 790 according to the yellow bible!!! LOL!!

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