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Week 3 of Weekend Fasting. Warning: Belly Pictures.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Decades ago when I first heard about fasting, people were talking about fasting 3 days, 7 days and so on. SImilar to people talk about running the marathon. I happen to think that running the marathon is harmful to you. More is not always better. Same as fasting. You only set yourself up for failure when you set a marathon-like goal. I was doing intermittent fasting of skipping Sat breakfast for months before I get to this point. I think it's better to set a small goal like 1-day fasting. I got lucky that I was able to do a 2-day fasting for 3 weekends in a row. My plan is to continue and see if I can get rid of the belly fat. I'm posting the pictures to keep track of the progress. My apology if the pics gross you out. LOL





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  • SKATER787
    Thank you all for stopping by my blog. In two days I'll start my Weekend Fasting again. I'm looking forward to it as I know that any hunger pangs can be ignored quite readily. As I have mentioned that I was plateauing for several years. At last, this is the answer to my prayer, the magic bullet of fasting.
    235 days ago
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  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Whatever helps you stay accountable!
    237 days ago
  • BERRY4
    emoticon You are totally right about working up to this. ...if you ever do intend to go longer, I found that not setting some "magical" end, but listening to your body and life and doing what works for you seems to make it easier. (I just finished 12 days. - My first ever long run.)
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    238 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/26/2018 12:17:55 AM
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    238 days ago
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