What would happen?

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  1. PKR

    PKR Member

    Hi, I'm on the cambridge diet where you have nothing but shakes or soups, but my question is, what would happen if i was to taste tiny bits of food like 2/3 times week, such as having a crisp or a chip if someone offered me one. I was just wondering.

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  3. alipally

    alipally Serial Dieter!

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    The problem with tasting tiny bits of food is that it gives you a taste for more tiny bits of food and soon those tiny bits, become bigger bits and almost always grow into entire meals!

    Sorry to break the bad news, but, unless you're a chef, you really , really don't NEED to taste tiny bits of food, and unfortunately the body is such that once it's had a 'taste' the demand is always for more.

    On a Scientific note, you may have a finely balanced ketosis and even a tiny bit of carbohydrate could knock you out and then you'll end up feeling hungry and lethargic all over again.

    Best to stay away
  4. PKR

    PKR Member

    Ok. I'll leave it.

    Thanks for the reply :)
  5. KD

    KD Gone fishing

    Was Cambridge, now maintaining
    Very wise ;) So many times I hear "Help!!...it start with just one tiny......." :(
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