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Which one???????????

S: 15st10lb C: 14st3lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 35.2 Loss: 1st7lb(9.55%)

I'm fed up of being so fat and unhappy, I'm embarrassed about my weight yet never do anything about it and I'm driving myself nuts.

I don't know which diet will be best for me. I started Cambridge Diet a while ago but gave up once I hit a hurdle:break_diet:

I'm 32, a busy Mum to 4 small children aged 1, 2, 5 and 7 and I enjoy home cooking and baking. I'm also a lazy so and so and the only exercise I do is walking, we have just bought a Wii so I can start doing something on there:eek:.

Any suggestions for what might be a good diet for me to do:rolleyes:

Suggestions welcome, thank you :D
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S: 15st10lb C: 14st3lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 35.2 Loss: 1st7lb(9.55%)
:sigh: I guess I'll just have to go and read through all the different diets and choose one then eh?

Nobody got any recommendations for a busy mum?:flirt2:


Full Member
S: 13st11lb C: 13st1.5lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 29.6 Loss: 0st9.5lb(4.92%)
hey Hevz sorry to hear you are so down

I think its really up to you which diet you choose hun we are all different but on the same journey if you know what i mean its just how we get there that differs.

I think you should read up on all your options and then decide which one you can fit into your lifestyle and thats what it is its a lifestyle change

hope you are ok and best of luck whatever you decide xxxxx;)


plodding away
S: 19st5lb C: 18st5lb G: 12st5lb BMI: 40.2 Loss: 1st0lb(5.17%)
Hi Hevz

Yes I agree with slim4life, its difficult to recommend a diet plan as what works for me wont necessary fit in with your lifestyle. I would have a look at slimming world and weightwatchers, both are workable and no fancy cooking unless you want to.

Good luck with whatever you choose to do.


Silver Member
S: 16st12lb C: 16st12lb G: 12st12lb BMI: 33.9 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
If you like home cooking your best bet might be calorie counting so that you introduce healthy eating for the whole family without having to cook twice. I have a voracious teenager so I usually cook a recipe for 4 and he eats 3/4 of it leaving me a 1/4 which is usually about right for calories. Then I add more veg and less potatoes/rice/pasta for me. I find it a way of coping with family cooking. Good luck. x


Gold Member
G: 10st7lb
Hi Hevz,

I can really really empathise with what you're going through. Like the others have said, I can't recommend a diet for you, because what works for me may not work for you...I always say chosing a diet is like shopping for shoes, you need to find one which fits you, feels comfortable and you know you can "wear" for weeks/months/years.

Don't get despondent - you will get there, and remember the road can be bumpy, you can go on any number of paths, but one day you will get there.

Chin up honey


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