Question regarding WI

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by susan70, 10 August 2008 Social URL.

  1. susan70

    susan70 Gold Member

    when you have a wi do you stop drinking your water/shakes etc an hour or 2 before your wi is due??

    My friend says she dosnt drink any water for about 2 hrs before wi as she thinks it will weigh heavy??

    Do any of you do the same?
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  3. Bunnyg

    Bunnyg Determined

    I do the same - for two reasons!

    Firstly, I go from work to WI, via picking up my hubby. So it's an hour from when I finish work to when I get to my CDC, so if I didn't stop drinking water an hour before finishing work, I'd be busting to go on the journey!

    But, I also believe it does make you weigh heavier, I have always been the same whatever diet I do - it's probably nonsense really, but I still do it! x
  4. Porgeous

    Porgeous Chilling

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    Yes I used to stop a few hours before as it can affect your weigh in. As long as you are consistent though, ie if you have always drunk right up to your weigh in you will still see the losses - if that makes sense?!

  5. Amanda71

    Amanda71 Silver Member

    I just drink as normal :)
  6. bleedingheck

    bleedingheck Leahs Lightweights

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    i normally go from work but as i travel all over the country my world revolves around the location of service stations on the way home with all this extra water i'm taking so thinking of my pattern i'll have 2 cups of peppermint tea in the morning (one in the house and one in the thermal mug for the journey) will but a litre of water in the day which i drink during my visits then won't drink anything until after my weigh in or until i get home other wise it could have a catasthophic effect!!
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