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23 Aug 13
Here’s what I found on ABC News.
8 Sep 13
Your response to this device over 5:2 was: “It is also far less messy”
I consider 5:2 as more of a discipline, where the device mentioned is a device to be depended upon .. Maybe for life.
It’s another option for some people.
Perhaps combining the 5:2 disciplined lifestyle with this device as a stopgap alternative will provide the desired results long term.
I was reminded from the article that ancient Romans would regurgitate their food after eating.
It just seems simpler & easier to not put the food inside in the first place.
However, I’m aware that each of us have different challenges with food & choose our path accordingly.
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