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6 Sep 13
Don’t know if this has already popped up earlier, but I found out that, if I eat a lot in the evening, I am extra hungry the next morning.
Thus I avoid eating anything heavy or extra the evening before fasting day and then the fast-day morning is a lot easier.
This is very apparent the following morning as well: after a fasting day I’m never hungry the next morning. I feel like I could do another fast… 😉 Which I don’t, since I still like eating! 😀
I have noticed the same thing, especially the part about not being hungry the day after a fast (weird, huh?).
Thanks for the advice!
9 Sep 13
I think you must be right. I had a day out in London yesterday, went out for a meal etc. , and this morning I have woken up hungry. I fear today is going to be hard 🙁
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