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18 Aug 16
I’m just wondering I broke my fast off tonight with some fruit and tommorow I plan to eat normally again including meat vegetables etc? Is this okay? I will try to limit my carbs sugar and portions but is it okay to eat meat etc???
19 Aug 16
I haven’t completed a 3 day fast…voluntarily…yet, so I can’t speak from experience. The following website talks about the order of reintroduction of various food groups, and seems to answer your question.
Take it easy. A small amount of meat should be fine after 3 days, but listen to your body & keep your portions small. Try to get in some fermented foods- like sourkraut or kombucha or yogurt, etc to rebuild your healthy gut bacteria. Go for some raw veggies, like a salad. Be careful to not over eat. Congrats on your 3 day fast!
26 Aug 16
If i was you. Il be planning on having soup with bread. For the first meal. Dont over do it first day breaking the fast.
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