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What do you consider a restart?

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by ZoBo, 29 September 2008 Social URL.

  1. ZoBo

    ZoBo Silver Member

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    Is it after one day off the plan, or one meal, or a full on harcore blow out that lasts a few days?

    Or all or the above?
     
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  3. Snowbaby

    Snowbaby Wants to shed pounds more

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    I think for me, it would be a day, or at least a week :-/
     
  4. preetone

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    one meal is a slip up, two a restart, i resart every day it seems. grrr very angry at myself at the moment for not sticking to it!
     
  5. rachelh

    rachelh is loving the soup?!

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    I agree about one meal being a lapse, 2 a restart.
    It also depends whether you've had carbs. That makes it more of a restart in my book. Also, I'd say if the lapses are happening regularly, it's time for a restart because it basically means you're not on the plan. Though I'm sure you could still lose weight that way.
    Anything consumed accidentally doesn't count at all to me - i.e. if someone gives you the wrong drink.
     
    Last edited: 30 September 2008
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