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Weight loss and other questions about 810?


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(I posted this in the main forum as well, didn't know where most 810 people where :))

Hi, I have done SS for a few weeks. And now I feel with weddings and holidays coming up, that I should move up to 810.

Actually I wanted to do a mix of SS and 810, but my CDC said it wasn't good to mix the two (I was thinking SS and then salad with protein twice a week or so).

So it seems like the only option I have is to do 810. And I am a bit worried that the weight loss will slow down much? What are your experiences?

I live in Sweden, so our program is a little different from yours, but 810 seems the same with 3 shakes then a meal of about 400 cal. I have looked at this page: cambridge six steps to losing weight()

Anyone on 810 diet here? How do you plan your days, when do you have shakes, and when do you eat? Do you have any recipes that you would like to share? And has your weight loss slowed down much?

I would be most grateful if you could share some of your experiences on 810!
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I started out on 810 because of the medication I am on and although my weight loss has been slower than some I have still managed to lose 9lbs in 2 weeks...I had done ww before hand and lost 3 stone but my weight wasnt moving down so to lose 9lbs in 2 weeks is great. I have a shake for breakfast, one for lunch, salad with 0 cal dressing and turkey or chicken breast for dinner then make a mouse with my 3rd shake for dessert.


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Thanks for your reply! 9 pounds in two weeks is great! Well done! I was thinking of a shake for breakfast, take a salad with protein or something similar low carb for lunch, then a shake right after work, and a evening shake. I would think I would be much more satisfied during the day as well. I am worried about the weight loss though, but, the only thing to do to find out is to try it! On the 810 plan I might even have some energy for an extra walk or some resistance training! Who knows!

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