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|Written by Kim Droze|
|Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00|
It is canned weight loss at its best. An idea made popular in the 1980s, the Cambridge Diet was as much a part of the diet industry as Jazzercise and leg warmers. The Cambridge Diet of today is an updated version of this original version, which has evolved with the latest nutritional findings. The extremely low-calorie program centers around a nutritional supplement that promises complete balanced in nutrition in just 110 to 170 calories per serving, so says the website.
Instead of just a shake powder which can be mixed with water, coffee or diet soda, you will also be able to choose from Cambridge Super Oats, Nutrition Bars and Soups. This low-fat weight loss program provides 33% of the U.S. RDA's recommendations for vitamins and minerals per serving.
There are four ways to do the Cambridge Diet that go from using the products as your main meals to consuming them as nutritional supplements in conjunction with a diet low in calories:
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