Eat as you normally would — just switch up the time. Skip the fried food and have the chicken breast and salad (etc.). Don't deprive yourself when you have the opportunity to eat, just don't indulge in all the fatty food. If you have muslim sisters who are also looking to get healthy, plan some Ramadan celebrations with them. It will be easier to stick to the plan if the people around you are doing the same. You'll probably find yourself feeling better eating the healthier food anyway — switching both your time of eating AND what you eat is more difficult than just when you eat. :)
"Never eat more than you can lift." -- Miss Piggy, Muppet extraordinaire
NEXT WEIGHT LOSS GOAL & REWARD:
185 lbs- Sunshine Goodie
April 27, 2013 — climb the CN Tower – 29 mins, 45 secs
May 31/June 1, 2013 – 30 Hour Famine – done!
| current weight: 188.0