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Momof2boys1girl Mon 02-Sep-19 11:13:12

Hi, my sister started this diet 12 weeks ago and has lost 3 stones. She looks amazing. I am
So overweight and spurred on with how she looks. I’m going with her tonight to meet the consultant and start the journey. Has anyone got any success stories to share with me? 😁

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HugoSpritz Mon 02-Sep-19 12:02:46

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Momof2boys1girl Mon 02-Sep-19 12:32:50

Thanks for replying! I know quick fixes aren’t for the long term but for me I need to see results fast. wink

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Momof2boys1girl Mon 02-Sep-19 12:33:09

Congratulations on your weightloss

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CatherineLife1 Mon 02-Sep-19 12:38:42

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CatherineLife1 Mon 02-Sep-19 12:49:44

wink

HugoSpritz Tue 03-Sep-19 13:27:52

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Momof2boys1girl Tue 03-Sep-19 14:37:13

Half way through day 1, so far so good 😂

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ComftyCushion Tue 03-Sep-19 14:47:42

I did this a few years ago to lose weight quickly, lost a stone in 3 weeks, put it straight back on. My sister in law did it strictly for a few months.. worked amazingly well , lost over 4stone... put it all back on when going back to normal eating.
A friend of a friend is one of the champions for it.. she has kept her weight off but she is sooo careful about everything she eats still. I don't think it's suitable for getting weight off and then maintaining without being miserable with food forever.
I would say though that it may be good as a quick fix but then you must start doing exercise and being active if you want to maintain without being on it Forever.

Mimosa1 Tue 03-Sep-19 17:03:51

I'm curious what the Cambridge specificities steps are for moving into maintenance/ maintaining? I'm good at losing weight but very bad at keeping it off!

HugoSpritz Wed 04-Sep-19 16:09:35

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Magissa Wed 04-Sep-19 16:18:46

I loved it. I went from 15.13 to 12. 7 stone in 3 months then lost a further stone in the following six weeks. I have kept it off since (9 years) despite people saying I wouldnt. The hardest bit is the first few days. Drink plenty of water... Good luck!

Mimosa1 Sat 07-Sep-19 14:16:35

Thanks @HugoSpritz and @Magissa that's amazing!

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