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Black-Unicorn🖤🖤 Feb 19
is such a trend now😂 that's been a way of life as long as I can remember
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E Estes 30m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
For many, myself included, who struggle with binge eating, IF can be a helpful tool to help you eat in a smaller time frame each day. Something about the finality of “I can’t eat after 6 PM” seems to help some people with their impulse control.
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E Estes 33m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
IF is not necessary to lose weight, but it can be a helpful tool for those who get hungry easier once they start their caloric intake for the day, or for those with binge eating problems who struggle to limit food intake
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Kay 41m
Had close to 3000 kcal right before starting fasting last night but somehow felt dizzy in my 19 hr of fasting today. It had never happened to me before... maybe it's due to lack of mineral?
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E Estes 26m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
I think a lot of the dangerous behaviors in IF come from a sort of blind dedication to “If I don’t eat, I’ll lose weight,” which is true, but it’s not helping you learn to live alongside food, just avoid and demonize it
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E Estes 38m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
Intermittent Fasting (or IF) is when you eat in a feeding window (a set time throughout the day) and fast the rest of the day.
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E Estes 32m
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E Estes 29m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
BUT, IF is only a TOOL. You still have to eat in a caloric deficit to lose weight, so you can’t cram more than your maintenance calorie-wise into 6 hour window and expect to lose weight.
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Proud To Be A Man Feb 21
Day 3 of strict and . Still no ketosis, but I know that's variable. Ive kept my carbs under 20mg, fat between 75-80%, and have exercised 2 out of the last 3 days. Lots of water and a tablespoon of coconut oil to boot. Hope ketosis kicks in soon.
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E Estes 37m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
The most common ratio is 16:8, or 16 hours of fasting and an 8 hour window to eat in. The 16 hours typically includes sleep, so you often have only 6-8 hours in that window that you’re awake.
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Proud To Be A Man Feb 20
I'm on day #2 of a with (8/16). I'm also taking a tablespoon of oil and taking a , & supplements. Any suggestions from keto veterans?
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💕🐨Suga Kookie🐨💕 23h
A little under six hours to go.
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E Estes 19m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
*window, and should maintain a healthy diet when eating.
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Always Hangry! 6h
Anyone else get hiccups all the time when intermittent fasting?
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CeeCee 3h
January 14th, 2019-February 22, 2019 230 lbs on January 1st, 215 in the 1st photo, 194.8 lbs in last photo. Lowest weight since 2014. -
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Kenneth Rountree 20h
Ate for the first time in two weeks after 4pm. Don't want to make it a habit.
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Authentically Well 4h
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innovative fat loss 22h
Eating less, and sauna usage triggers autophagy. Of course sleep too. Follow through.
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E Estes 27m
Replying to @Rose_Renns
I have also seen some extremely dark sides of the IF community that practice extreme binging and starving over days, which I think is dangerous and counterproductive to learning how to co-exist with food
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Simon Seow 17h
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