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Dr magic fairywand

Sunday, September 16, 2018

dr magic fairywand works in conjunction with one of the leading university’s down here dietary faculties. Their theory is that rapid weight loss does not necessarily = rapid weight gain anymore than slow weight loss does. In fact studies have shown that rapid weight loss is more motivating and that people stick to it longer because of this - well duh!! So far 3 weeks in - I am still sticking to it...why?? Because rapid weight loss is motivating lol But....... A) I still don’t truly believe in his magic - I keep waiting for the plateau...the moment when the “water loss” no longer drops? Until it becomes real!! I am almost at goal 1 - first 5kg get to 85...that was to prove it works. The next goal is 80kg - another 5kg to prove it’s more than just “water weight” that it is sustainable in long term (ie more than a month) and that I can do it without drugs - already I have started “rewarding” myself - “you’ve done so well you can have a glass of wine and a piece of cake if you don’t eat as much during the day calorie in calorie out” dr magic fairy wand would be horrified - I will make sure to tell him so I can be shamed into stopping Lol see nice scientifically proven outside with a gooey fked up food issue inside But is it sustainable - of course not - this is for rapid weight loss - maintenance=eating normal healthy meals ...if weight gets out of your “healthy weight range” (for me that would be once it went from 72 (my goal) to 75) then I would do a rapid weight loss 2 weeks and begin again...yup I’m just as sceptical - let’s see what have I got to loose? Well apart from 13more kg
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  • FRACTALMYTH
    Sounds intriguing. Does it use intermittent fasting principles? How do you manage to keep the calories so low on a daily basis?
    8 days ago
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