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The Excellent resources that got me started Fasting, and enabled me to successfully eliminate 100 pounds of FAT:


Why Calories Count—Fo’Shizzle
eathropology.com/2012/04/22/why-calo
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es-count-foshizzle/


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Now for Dr. Fung and fasting (two of my favourite topics, LOL)!



Why Can't I Lose Weight?
(here's a hint: calories in/out has nothing to do with it)
intensivedietarymanagement.co
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t-i-lose-weight-htlw-12/



How Do We Gain Weight?
(the first of 45 or so blog posts about the aetiology of obesity)
intensivedietarymanagement.co
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we-gain-weight-calories-part-1/#





The Aetiology of Obesity Lecture Series
(they are in reverse order, so just scroll down)
(and you can download all of the lecture slides and NOTES!)
intensivedietarymanagement.co
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y-lecture-series/


Part I - A New Hope

Part II - New Science of Diabesity

Part III - Trial by Diet

Part IV - The Fast Solution

Part V - The Phantom Menace

Part VI - Dietary Villains: Fat Phobia

Part VII - Dietary Villains: Salt Scare



BEST Fasting Series |EVER (26 articles, and counting):
(just follow the links at the bottom of each post to the next one)
intensivedietarymanagement.co
m/fasting
-a-history-part-i/





GREAT Site for Beginner Fasters:
ifasters: Intermittent Fasting for Women
ifasters.com/start-here/



My experience with fasting, in conjunction with a ketogenic diet, has been the single most useful tool since I began this journey. Never mind the weight loss (which is awesome), the changes in my health (which had already substantially approved) have been phenomenal. My body far and away prefers ketones as fuel over any other... not surprising though, considering the extreme level of autoimmune, inflammatory, and hormonal hell I started out with.

Fasting from a ketogenic state is different than approaching it from a higher carb, or worse yet, SAD position. Unless you are already in ketosis, your body needs an adjustment period to switch from burning carbs for fuel (at which point you will lose muscle), to producing enough ketones to meet your body's energy needs, to finally burning fat efficiently.


Here's a good 3-part series that explains the differences:
Being Fat Adapted Versus "In Ketosis" (Pt.1/3)
www.tuitnutrition.com/2016/01/dont-b
e-
a-ketard1.html


When your body is already in deep ketosis, there is no adjustment in switching from burning carbs to burning fat; and when you are keto-adapted for a very long time, your body prefers and most efficiently burns ketones over carbs. Any degree of fasting immediately increases ketone production, so you are more than truly well-fed, eating or not.

Women of reproductive age need to be cautious about employing fasting as a strategy... though if you already have hormonal issues, it likely isn't a problem. This blog is an especially good resource for women of child-bearing age with regard to keto and IF:

Healthful Pursuit
www.healthfulpursuit.com/


My longest water-only fast to date is 11 days (yeah, you read that right, LOL). It was WONDER-full. It changed me forever. Interesting to note: I lost NO scale weight in that time, but my body composition was visibly changed, and I actually got stronger. I feel empowered in a way I could have never imagined, and I truly value being completely free from the tyranny of calories, diets, weight, scales, tracking, fiendish exercise... everything that we supposedly need to be 'biggest losers'.

Fasting for me has become a healing tool, more than an interest in relation to weight loss... though the set point implications are very important to me at this stage. I am VERY interested in fasting and autophagy and how it relates to healing complex health issues.

While I am healthier and feel better than I have ever felt in my life, my body still shows signs of dysfunction in many areas. My goal is to complete a 55-day water-only fast (the general rule of thumb for fasting in relation to healing is 1 day for every year of life). Having said that, it really is all up to my body. So far, it's not willing to join me on my mission to live forever, LOL!
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...and before there was Dr. Fung, there was PALEO!
Some (of the many) RESOURCES:

The Myriad Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
www.marksdailyapple.com/health-benef
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s-of-intermittent-fasting/#axzz3qgaKR>Gktx


Why Fast? Part One – Weight Loss
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-weig
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-loss/#axzz3qgaKGktx


Why Fast? Part Two – Cancer
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-canc
er
/#axzz3qgaKGktx


Why Fast? Part Three – Longevity
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-long
ev
ity-lifespan/


Why Fast? Part Four – Brain Health
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-brai
n-
function/#axzz3qgaKGktx


Why Fast? Part Five – Exercise
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-exer
ci
se-workout-recovery/#axzz3qgaKGktx


Why Fast? Part Six – Choosing a Method
www.marksdailyapple.com/why-fast-par
t-
six-choosing-a-method/#ixzz3qgcf7d74


Why Fast? Part Seven – Q&A
www.marksdailyapple.com/fasting-ques
ti
ons-answers/#axzz3qgaKGktx


Women and Intermittent Fasting (questionable, but important to consider)
...though from what I know now, this is not as credible a resource as it once was
www.marksdailyapple.com/women-and-in
te
rmittent-fasting/#axzz3qgaKGktx

Here's a better assessment (a la Dr. Fung):
Women and Fasting
intensivedietarymanagement.co
m/women-a
nd-fasting-part-10/


Is Intermittent Fasting Good For You?
chriskresser.com/is-intermittent-fas
ti
ng-good-for-you/




I hope this all helps! As you can see, I am very passionate on the topic!








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Dr. Jason Fung: "Holy consensus, Batman. With so many 'experts' from Michelle Obama to the USDA to virtually all of the medical professionals (including doctors and dieticians) agreeing that 'Eat Less, Move More' is the way to go, you might think that it is 100% unquestionably true. But here's a queer thought... if we all agree that we know the cure for obesity, and we've spent billions on educations and programs - why are we getting fatter? In other words, why does this 'cure' suck so bad?


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I've tried this one

www.humansarenotbroken.com/reversing
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Just read an article on MindBodyGreen

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I've found another website about variations on IE, 5:2 etc. Look for iFasters.com. You can download a free booklet, and there's also a fasting app for smart phones. It's done by a scientist called Juliette Morris, and refers to several research paper.

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This should work as a link.

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The link to that video Eat Fast and Live Longer won't work. It says it has expired on the PBS site. I was able to find it and watch it. Here's the link I found:

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video.kpbs.org/video/2363162206

This site has the 101 year old man running the marathon and looks at different types of fasts and how they help you.

Sorry I did not think of that.

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Hello I will start ese fasting next monday.

Intercessory and Warfare prayers are part of my Ministry about 9 years. God miraculous has answer prayers. I know I served a Living God that want to do mighty things in our lives. Fasting often. Like to read Bible, read other inspiration books,
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You are a super ESE buddy Susie. emoticon

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WELL DONE MEL!!! You are a emoticon emoticon

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I've lost 2.6 pounds in the week. All my strength training and new diet regime has worked well. I feel I've earnt this so well done me!
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I can't wait for weigh in on Friday. Gee I hope I've dropped some as have been trying very hard this week with exercise and diet.

My new weekly diet regime is 2 x 20 hour fasts, 3 x 16 hour fasts, and no fasts for 2 days. If I increase my ST and walk a bit more I shall see results. I am determined to see results!

Good luck to all who are 'having a go' and making the effort to become healthy, fit, and thinner. Good luck Kim on your W5F1.

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W5F1 coming up. Starting tonight at 6:00pm until tomorrow at 6:00pm.

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W3F1 over for you now Susie and W4F1 over for me. I hope the scales show a bit of downward progress soon. I must drop as I'm also in the 5% challenge for 8 weeks and have pledged weight loss there as part of the challenge.

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Hi Guys, I have just started my W2/F2. I will weigh in Friday and let you know. emoticon

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Is a great resource, he tried different ways to fast, 12 - 16 - 24 hours fast with his results...different strokes for different folks so try different ones and see what works best for you

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Of course you can do it. I would make sure to stay hydrated.. Let us know how you feel and how it works out for you. Good luck! emoticon

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Hi, this will be a busy week, so I am going to try and organise my self today! (ha ....ha!) I am going to start the diet by taking one day off a week and see how I go. I had thought I would (for example) start on a Tuesday and fast from 14.00hh to 14.00hh on Wednesday in the hope that it will make it bearable:) What do you think? Any advice will be gratefully received. emoticon

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I will be anxious to hear about how you are doing. Have a great day. emoticon

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Hi and thanks for the welcome. The best way to see the story on the 101 year old marathon runner, is to google just that, as there is a lot about him, but the videos all seem to be linked to the BBC, which if you are outside the UK, you won't be able to access. Have a great day. I will be back soon to let you know how I get on with the If program. Susie emoticon

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Welcome! There are a few of us who have been posting regularly. I hope that you find IF works well for you. Let us know how it is going. I do the the Fast 5 version and really like it. I've just been dabbling but am starting to do it more regularly and I am seeing more inches come off than weight. I was able to break through an 18 month plateau though. Can you share the name or story of the man you watched do the marathon?

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OK! I heard about the diet yesterday after watching a 101 year old do the London marathon. I did a bit of reading last night and did an SP search this morning and here I am. Lots of reading to do and then i will start the fast next week when I know a little more. Fingers crossed! emoticon

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It looks like no one has given you an answer so I will start. There are different types of fasts (we all naturally fast for about 8 to 10 hours when we sleep overnight hence the first meal of the day being called, 'break fast') for different purposes. For weight loss most fasts that I have read about follow either a 16 to 18 hour fast or a 24 hour fast. I follow the later, specifically EatStopEat (learn more at www.eatstopeat.com). During your fast you consume little to no calories. I drink black coffee, water, diet soda and I chew sugar free gum. So I probably consume 25 to 50 calories during the 24 hours of fasting (supper to supper usually for me so I miss two meals and a snack).
I've heard of people not eating for days on end but I've not read of any programs specifically recommending that action.
If you are interested in fasting buy EatStopEat. Read some of the blogs out there. Try going without eating for 16 hours or 24 hours the first time. I recommend that you chose a day when you will be busy but also not around a lot of food. (I find it hard to sit in a long business meeting while fasting when there are snacks in plain site). Also prepare to have calorie free beverages and sugarless gum on hand. Enjoy. It is a great way to lose or maintain weight.

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Here is a great site for those of you who are curious about fasting. Fasting and muscle maintaince, fasting vs. starvation, so many success stories and the benifits of fasting. Check it out.
www.freedomyou.com/fasting_book/Fast
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g_to_Regain_Physical_Health.htm


www.freedomyou.com/fasting_book/Fast
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Look to the left hand side bar for a slew of answers and advice about fasting! I love this site!

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hi,so during your fasting,u only drink water?are you allowed to drink diet coke and such?
i also read about detox fast,does that mean not eating for 30 days??sounds very hard..

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I just found this great article, and there are lots more links in the comment field. So take some time to click around and get inspired!

Intermittent fasting prolongs life in mammals
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PS To my old SP friends - It's been a very rough journey... My beloved, healthy, athletic, tall, dark and handsome husband died in August 2012 from a very aggressive cancer... In the many months caring for him I was stressed and didn't "care" anymore, and put back on 30 pounds I had just finished losing... And then I gained even more...

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These are 3 great videos of Alternate Day Fasting, 1, 2 and 3
(24 hour fast - eat dinner every day)

Highly recommended as these are the most concise way to understand lots of the research.

Alternate Day Fasting Videos
www.youtube.com/user/patlowry77

Note - Eat Stop Eat "allows" 3 fasts per week - but recommends only one or two per week, to prevent burn out.
Currently I am doing MWF fasts because that helps my asthma the most, so that keeps me motivated.

Mary

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PS To my old SP friends - It's been a very rough journey... My beloved, healthy, athletic, tall, dark and handsome husband died in August 2012 from a very aggressive cancer... In the many months caring for him I was stressed and didn't "care" anymore, and put back on 30 pounds I had just finished losing... And then I gained even more...

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a nice link from wikipedia:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calorie_restri
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PS To my old SP friends - It's been a very rough journey... My beloved, healthy, athletic, tall, dark and handsome husband died in August 2012 from a very aggressive cancer... In the many months caring for him I was stressed and didn't "care" anymore, and put back on 30 pounds I had just finished losing... And then I gained even more...

A short, but very sweet, video tribute to this beautiful man:
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I fasted yesterday - because I was sick - I just didn't want to eat...and I lost 4.4 pounds. Gotta love it...

I am posting these articles to share the info- but also so I can easily find them again to re-inspire myself.

Here are some articles on fasting:

1) Study: Periodic fasting good for health, heart
www.ksl.com/?nid=960&sid=14994155

2) Routine Periodic Fasting Is Good for Your Health, and Your Heart, Study Suggests
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/0
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"...Doctors found that skipping at least two meals on a regular basis led to a dramatic increase of human growth hormone (HGH), which plays a metabolic role in adults, regulating glucose and insulin within the body, "so you are burning fat cells when you fast," Horne said..."
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That's cool for me because I tend to like the breakfast to breakfast fast (more than a complete water fast all day) On a breakfast to breakfast fast I tend to lose over 2 pounds.

Some scientists, so impressed by the health benefits of fasting, do complete water fasts every other day. I think there is something to be said for not eating at all - "just don't get started eating", etc... But I know that on a regular basis it tends to make me tired and cranky.

Check it out - even if you fast once a week it can really help.

Edited by: GOLDENANGELFISH at: 5/20/2011 (12:43)
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PS To my old SP friends - It's been a very rough journey... My beloved, healthy, athletic, tall, dark and handsome husband died in August 2012 from a very aggressive cancer... In the many months caring for him I was stressed and didn't "care" anymore, and put back on 30 pounds I had just finished losing... And then I gained even more...

A short, but very sweet, video tribute to this beautiful man:
youtu.be/i2-_1IJdPww


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Alternate-Day Calorie Restriction - Another Alternative
www.johnsonupdaydowndaydiet.com/html
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PS To my old SP friends - It's been a very rough journey... My beloved, healthy, athletic, tall, dark and handsome husband died in August 2012 from a very aggressive cancer... In the many months caring for him I was stressed and didn't "care" anymore, and put back on 30 pounds I had just finished losing... And then I gained even more...

A short, but very sweet, video tribute to this beautiful man:
youtu.be/i2-_1IJdPww


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BORNDIVA Posts: 3
3/5/09 6:00 P

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More IF (Intermittent Fasting) Links!

http://lifespotlight.com/health/2008/2/2
7/intermittent-fasting-101-how-to-star
t-part-i/

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/27
/vegan-before-dinnertime/

♫ ♥ ♫ Jessi's Journey ♫ ♥ ♫
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I am going to add some links here but if anyone ever joins me they are welcome to add links too.

Name: Xenia

You will either have the pain of self discipline...or the pain of regret.

I am a warrior in the battle to improve my wellbeing. I am fierce, strong, deep, untamed, calm, unknown and blessed from God's grace.

Half of knowing what you want is knowing what you are willing to give up to get it.


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