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Old Thu, Sep-20-01, 12:24
karmanine karmanine is offline
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Plan: cad
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hi, i am new here. i have done atkins on and off for years and have lost weight on it. i am trying cad, however, and was wondering if anyone else here is? it seems like most of the posts here are atkins-related. also, does anyone here know of a support forum anywhere online that is strictly for cad-ers?thank you in advance!
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Old Thu, Sep-20-01, 17:42
Karen_Mc Karen_Mc is offline
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Plan: Attkins
Stats: 210/198/165 Female 5'6 1/2''
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Excuse my ignorance. What is cad?
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Old Thu, Sep-20-01, 17:50
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Plan: Atkins
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I think it's the carbohydrate addicts diet. And I believe there are some people around here who follow it. I'm not very familiar with it though. This forum is for all lo-carbing ways of eating, everyone is welcome!
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Old Thu, Sep-20-01, 19:50
karmanine karmanine is offline
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sorry........ it is, in fact, the carb addicts diet.
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Old Thu, Sep-20-01, 20:56
cogin cogin is offline
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Plan: calp
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calp is a newer version of cad. I find this is easier and less worry than atkins. the reward meal maks the day seem easier and not so tied to a diet. I think you probably loose faster on atkins. Good luck and I will gladley keep in touch.
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Old Fri, Sep-21-01, 01:02
Diane S Diane S is offline
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Plan: PP / CAD
Stats: 206/203.5/130
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There is a support group just for CADers. It's called CADIS. I'm not exactly sure what the address is, but your can look it up at "Ask Jeeves" It will take you right to it.
I was doing CAD, but I fell off the wagon, so I've decided to try PP for awhile to see which I like best.
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