Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by sherina, 26 February 2009 Social URL.

  1. sherina

    sherina Member

    cambridge diet
    ok, so i had a great weight loss for my first week by doing SS 100%.
    but...i have a few meals out with friends this week and i DO NOT want to tell 1 or 2 of them that are going to be there that i am on CD.
    I was thinking of moving up to SS+ but I know that once I go onto SS+ im going to want to stay there.
    so... what are the weight losses like on SS+?
    and is there a website where i can find out what foods and how much of it i can have on SS+?(or if you can be bothered to post the info on here, it would be appreciated also:p);)

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  3. georgie12345

    georgie12345 Full Member

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    Hi weight losses on SS+ are still good. On average about 12-14lbs a month so a little less then SS. Were you given a Sole Source booklet from your CDC when you started? Pinky coloured.
  4. Shadaca

    Shadaca Silver Member

    The losses are about the same on SS+ (I'm on it) and I kind of do a mix between the 4 packs and milk, and the meals when I have to eat out.

    I get restaurants to do me a nice chicken salad, or chicken breast and broccoli.

    There is a list of what you can/can't have in the yellow book.

    So it's a green and white meal, 200 kcal.

    White fish / white poultry
    (Cod, chicken, turkey)
    Plain Quorn
    Leafy greens,
    Green salad

    No carrots, tomatoes, peppers etc. Anything that isn't green or white basically!
  5. sarah 747

    sarah 747 Full Member

    how come u cant have carrotts on cd
  6. Shadaca

    Shadaca Silver Member

    Carrots are quite high in carbs, as are most root veg.
  7. sherina

    sherina Member

    cambridge diet
    thanx for the info. i started back with my previous CDC and I didnt ask for any booklets as i didnt realise things had changed.
    can we use spices?
  8. Shadaca

    Shadaca Silver Member

    Spices, herbs, curry powder all make life a little more interesting. Be aware of premixed seasonings though - like jerk, or bbq - they are loaded with sugary things.

    Use your common sense really, if it works for you do it, if it doesn't don't. (Also if a seasoning has stuff in it you wouldn't eat on a diet - mango and lime for example, then don't eat them, they'll knock you out of ketosis)

    Hope that helps.
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