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8 Dec 16
It would be great to have a section which provides links to research directly relevant (and only directly relevant) to fasting per se. Even better if it was organised into logical groupings with a short (one or two line) description. And with restrictions on who is authorised to make new entries.
Maybe @simcoeluv would be willing to put this together, as he seems to have done significant research into it, and has a generous other-focus?
5 Jan 17
There actually is a resource thread in this forum that is devoted to that exact topic. Here’s the link:
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