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27 Mar 19
I work shifts and currently follow a 12 hour shift pattern of 2 day shifts 07:00 – 19:00 then two lates 15:00 – 03:00, depending on weeks I can work two nights instead of lates which are 19:00 – 07:00. I then have 4 days off (hopefully).
Is there a successful way of intermittent fasting that I could use successfully, my job can be often strenuous with little or no rest at times other times there can be a long period of inactivity followed by mayhem!
Hopefully there will be a way of fitting the fasting into my routine. Any suggestions will be appreciated?
10 Apr 19
I work similar shifts
What I try to do is have my breakfast as late as possible so I probably do a 16 hr fast then have my 800 Cals in a 14 hr or 16 hr period then don’t eat before bed.
I think the secret is do a fast for as long as you can. Then as long as you eat in a 14 to 16 hr period you will loose lots of weight.
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