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BILLYLYNN
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Time to fast again tomorrow.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Im really looking forward to fasting. It's so nice not to have to worry about if I'm eating the right thing, too much, etc. All I have to do is drink my water and that's easy, fix meat, potatoes and a veggie for my husband and I'm good to go. I fix myself a big salad with some of the meat I fix for him as a smooth entry back into food and I'm back to normal.
I've read that there are basically 3 ways to fast 1) the 5:2. 2) the once a week and 3) twice a week. I obviously am feeling comfortable with my weekly fast. But this week I have minimized any effects by eating too much sugar. Must give that up if I really want to lose weight. But I've still lost one pound this week.
The thing about fasting 24 hours is that when you're done you feel thin. I love the feeling. I know the reality is Im not there yet but it's a really strong motivator. A word of warning THIS IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD EATING DISORDERS.
At least I'm beginning to think it is a possibilty for me to lose weight. My goal is 20 lbs by Thanksgiving. Last week Mon I was 183. Today I'm 182. We'll see what next week brings.

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  • v BILLYLYNN
    You're right about this not being good for diabetics. That was one of the original warnings. Good luck on your program and excercise.
    1019 days ago
  • v LM.JACKSON
    Not sure I could handle a fast ... with my type II diabetes I would be afraid of having a sugar drop. My body uses up food more efficiently when I balance 3 well spaced meals with 50% good carbs, 30% fat and 20% protein with my evening snack fat free. If I stay between 1500 and 1800 calories I will easily lost a pound every week or two. With added exercise it speeds up the process.
    Hope it keeps going well for you!
    1019 days ago
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