Cambridge Diet / Cambridge Weight Plan
Back in 2010 I wrote a blog about my experience on the Cambridge Diet. I could never have predicted how many people would read that blog, or go out of their way to contact me directly and share their experiences. It’s been amazing and humbling.
The Cambridge Weight Plan had a massive impact on my life, helping me lose weight for the first time in years, but after trying to get pregnant for years, I also believe it helped me to be able to conceive my children. It is a tough diet, but has very good results and I went on to work as a Cambridge Consultant for nearly two years helping others to lose weight too.
In 2017, I have decided to stop doing Cambridge weight plan for personal reasons. I will not say anything bad about the diet as I do honestly believe it helped me conceive my children. But, on a mental health level the merry go-round of dieting was starting to really affect me. In September 2016 I decided to Ditch the Diet and focus on eating healthily and balanced, increasing activity and focussing on my well being You will be able to read more about that on the blog over the next coming months.
All Cambridge Diet Posts
Here is a list of all of my Cambridge related blog posts:
- My First 4 Weeks On The Cambridge Diet
- The Cambridge Diet – An Update (and how it helped me conceive my babies)
- Cambridge Diet – Share Your Journey
- Cambridge Diet: Breastfeeding and Dieting My Dilemma
- I Am Now a Cambridge Weight Plan Consultant
- Cambridge Diet: Dealing with the Negative
- Cambridge Diet: How to make Cambridge Water Flavouring Ice Lollies
- Why I Am No Longer A Cambridge Consultant
*Disclaimer: This blog is not endorsed by the Cambridge Weight Plan. All opinions are my own. While I am a Cambridge Weight Plan Consultant, I do not know your individual circumstances or medical history. If you have any medical concerns whilst on the plan, please speak to your Consultant or GP.*