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6 Sep 19
Hi guys and gals. So I’m a type 1 diabetic and started my diet last Monday, fasted Monday and Tuesday and felt fine, reducing insulin accordingly. But on my non fast days, I’m not hungry and am eating under 1500 calories. Will this be counter active to my weight loss? Should I be eating around 2000 calories on these day to ensure the diet works properly?
Need to lose 4 stone
Thank in advance
7 Sep 19
Weight loss occurs when we eat less calories than our bodies need. If you are feeling less hungry on non fast days and eating less than before that is fine.
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