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31 May 18
I sometimes have to go for hospital treatment on a fast day. Is it OK to eat that day and move my fast day to the next day? This isn’t a regular thing so I could go back to my Monday and Thursday routine the next week.
2 Jun 18
Move the day and don’t worry about it. Regular days are easier to handle, you get into the routine, but as long as you are doing two a week you will stay on track.
3 Jun 18
Thank you for that; it’s very reassuring! 🙂
4 Jun 18
I think it might actually be a good thing to move the days sometimes. Then the body is less used to a pattern.
That’s a good point; I hadn’t thought of that. Thank you.
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