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Egg diet - anyone tried it?

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artylady14 Mon 01-Sep-14 08:08:49

Hi ladies, I am thinking of starting the egg diet that I found online:

www.slimmingsolutions.co.uk/slimmingblog/diets/the-1-week-diet-the-egg-diet/1938/

I urgently need to lose some more weight quickly for my wedding dress fitting in just over a week. Has anyone tried this diet for a quick boost? I want to do some exercise this week too so will have a small carb meal before on those days to be sensible. I hate celery and was wondering if anyone had done it and added something different to the salad? Thanks!

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Bogeyface Mon 01-Sep-14 10:36:39

My sister did this, but it was called the chemical diet.

It does work, she lost half a stone in a week, but.....she was constantly hungry and on the verge of passing out some days but I am not sure she ate enough meat. She ended up going to bed at 8pm most days to try and sleep through the hunger.

I wouldnt personally but then I dont have a very expensive dress to fit into so I can see why you want to!

Bogeyface Mon 01-Sep-14 10:39:01

And although it says it is the balance of chemicals that will help you lose weight, I dont think it is. Its the fact that you are taking in very few calories.

Why dont you low carb for a week and be really srtrict?

TheHoundsBitch Mon 01-Sep-14 10:43:48

Some people on this thread are doing it, we're calling it the Duncan from Blue diet. Lots of other crash diets on there too. I've lost half a stone in a week on the cabbage soup diet - join the dark side!

artylady14 Mon 01-Sep-14 11:37:11

Duncan from Blue diet! I was supposed to lose a stone in five weeks before my wedding dress fitting next week and have lost 4 pounds sad I have had a very short engagement and under pressure.

I dont think I will stick to it strictly if I am going to pass out. Juicing diet last week I lost 4.5 pounds and then in two days I have put two pounds on again eating late. They are all useless I suppose but will try a cheaty version of this egg diet as I like the food. I cannot stand CABBAGES!

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Iamblossom Mon 01-Sep-14 11:41:19

I did the egg diet and I lost a pound. Not worth it

Have done low carb/low fat instead and lost 3 in two weeks

Bogeyface Mon 01-Sep-14 11:43:42

Oh I have baaaad memories of the cabbage soup diet!

Constantly hungry, the soup was vile and I was farting so hard I almost went into orbit!

artylady14 Mon 01-Sep-14 12:20:23

Iamblossom, just a pound! Thats what I fear. With the juicing diet I just did, some people online were saying they lost 9IBS or even 12IBs in a week, and I just lost 4.5IBs as I was too weak to do much exercise!

When you did it did you eat whatever fruit you wanted?

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TheHoundsBitch Mon 01-Sep-14 14:49:37

I have honestly found cabbage soup diet ok - boring but fine. And you can't argue with half a stone in 5 days!
This is the plan I followed, the recipe for the soup is on the site too. Ignore all the hypnosis bolleaux.

Iamblossom Mon 01-Sep-14 16:30:40

I ate nothing but eggs and cheese for 4 days.

artylady14 Mon 01-Sep-14 16:53:17

Iamblossom, this is the egg diet I was talking about, a bit more than egg and cheese:

www.slimmingsolutions.co.uk/slimmingblog/diets/the-1-week-diet-the-egg-diet/1938/

However I have now chosen to do the Scarsdale diet which has more of the food I like.

Thehoundsbitch, I actually think your cabbage diet looks ok and love the bit where they say 'stuff, stuff, stuff yourself'.

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TheHoundsBitch Mon 01-Sep-14 17:31:46

The only really difficult day was the banana day, because I don't really like them!

katey2020 Sat 05-Sep-20 20:11:30

Hi I tried it for 2 weeks eat 2 egg for breakfast 2 for dinner and 2 for tea with plenty of veg and fruit for engry I only lost 3 pounds in 2 weeks I wasn't happy it made me light headed always tried going bed at 7.30-8pm every night. I now eat healthy and can lose upto 5 pounds a week dont put yr body through it x

TweeBree Sun 06-Sep-20 07:59:05

You'd be better off doing a liquid only diet. First week is always a big loss.

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