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Christian Assad, MD 3h
I have been applying concepts in my practice. Witnessing reversal of diabetes, morbid obesity, hypertension, metabolic syndrome. Patients used to cry from despair now they have tears of joy.
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Dania Sep 13
for 16 hours a day.. this is my 2nd day and so far I’m facing 2 issues. First, I have never in my life stopped eating as early as 8 PM 😅 and second, my stomach feels like it’s crying for food early in the morning 😩! I hope this works for
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Michael A. Rose 20m
So keto Taco Tuesday was a relative success. The cheese taco shells didn’t turn out well so I found the lowest carb shells available. Still stayed under 30 grams of carbs for the day so not too bad. Gotta figure out those darn cheese shells!!!
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Baby Teef Sep 13
I’m starting intermittent fasting as a way to lose weight and manage my health conditions. Starting at 16/8 and hoping to try 20/4 with a few full days of fasting built in
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ForeverAlphaBlog 🍷 6m
Don't eat loads of calories in the mornings! You'll feel sluggish, you'll be less energetic, and less productive.
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GeekChicWolf 10h
It’s hard to fast when you work area has a a couple of bowls filled with pre Halloween 🎃 candy on some of your coworkers desks & you’re still doing the fast .
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The James 1h
5:2? 16/8? If you're considering , how do you choose the right method for your nutritional needs? Start with this info from an dietitian.
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Veronika 13h
Replying to @soursunrise
is the best way for me to get back in control after giving in to all my cravings at once. It fits well with my personality and habits: - I don't need to count calories on 5 days a week, and the rest is just counting to 500 (it's really quickly gone)
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Suzanne 7h
That moment you realise you've done a 20 hour accidentally 🤣🤣🤣🤣 on kiddos!
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TM 19h
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My Energy Balancing Act Sep 12
I am experimenting with the 16/8 method of Intermittent Fasting over the next month. Read more about my plans on how I will incorporate Intermittent Fasting!
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Karey Boerst, RD, CHC 36m
And just like that, right back at it. Pretty good day of 🙌🏻 is the app I use - Life Fasting Tracker @ Oakland, California
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Olena Sep 16
It's amazing, how fast I am losing weight with Intermittent fasting now: about 2 lb per day! And I keep my no-sugar policy. This is the boost I needed.
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Bill O'Brien Sep 17
Haven’t eaten all day, worked since 6:30 am, trained hard af and I have more energy than when I eat throughout the day. I’ve always been a fan of intermittent fasting, training fasted makes me feel invincible.
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Eve Mayer 7h
I do and it allows me flexibility and forgiveness for myself. The amount of time I've saved from mentally beating myself up is exponential.
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Kia Zolgharnain 13h
Replying to @aakashbhatt97
Fasting is good for the body! Specially
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Jason Calvi Sep 17
Fasting becomes easier w/ habitual practice: Vigils, Ember Days, every weekday of Lent (& now might I recommend every Friday?). You can use tips from the secular process of : drink coffee/water, realize your body can handle it & won't die. You can do it!
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Karah Lindsay 41m
taught me this better than anything else I’ve ever put myself into! So true.
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Mullguy Sep 10
I have officially lost 50 lbs. since May 3, 2018 on my combination lifestyle change involving and . I highly recommend it. Just fifteen more to college weight!
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Samuel 8h
Funny how when fasting you look to the end hour and then lose track of time and notice you've fasted a couple of hours longer. Free gains.
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