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Where can I buy CD on line

#1
Hi, I know you shouldnt do it, but I cant afford to go to classes etc so have been buying online, however I have almost run out and my usual supplier through ebay has ceased selling the product. I have been off the diet since may last year and need to get going again but only have about 2 months packs left ( all soup) can anyone point me in the right direction online?
 
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#2
I don;t think you should buy it on line, as part of the diet is seeing your CDC.

I looked on ebay and it cost more on there than going to a cdc anyway

Wishing you all the best with what you do xx
 
#3
No you really should not buy online.....andwhy would you...as it is def more expensive....are you not supposed to do CD for health reasons...cause that is the only reason I can think of of buying it that way and in which case you really shouldn't be on the diet....
 
#4
Unauthorised people are using eBay to sell the Cambridge Diet. The Cambridge Diet is only available through a network of company trained and accredited Cambridge Counsellors.


There are medical conditions which have an impact on whether someone should use a Cambridge weight management programme. For example someone who is pregnant or breast feeding cannot use the Diet to lose weight. So it is vital that everybody meets with a Cambridge Counsellor before they start any of our programmes.


Dependent on the mix of products bought, a week’s supply of Cambridge Diet in the UK costs around £34 - £39 (for a woman using the Sole Source® programme; for a man it is slightly higher) and this includes the support of a Cambridge Counsellor. We have seen Cambridge Diet for sale on eBay in the UK at “£285 for a month’s supply (£71.25 per week).


Please note that in other countries, the price of Cambridge Diet programmes through appointed Cambridge Distributors may vary for a range of reasons.


I got that off the CD website. I think CD have clamped on the people selling the packs on eBay and rightly so.​
 
#5
Thanks Guys,
I was on lighterlife and lost 5 stone, but put it back on and tried Cambridge last year to lose weight for my wedding but it didnt work for me at that time so I gave up. I have loads of soups left and just wanted to supplement them with a bit of variety. Will think about going to a counsellor, but the packs were only 1.00 each on ebay so very much cheaper less than half price than the consellor in Brighton was charging. Thanks for the advice.
 


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