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11 Dec 13
I’m a newbie, 30yo female from Germany. I started the 5:2 in early September and have lost roughly 4 kilograms (is that like 10 pounds…?), so not maaassive amounts, but I try to be patient since I find that for me, not paying too much attention on feast days and living “normally” is way more maintainable. There’s just one thing I noticed, I feel that my tummy is much more easily upset by food on feast days, especially now during the pre-xmas period…My habits have not quite adapted to that fact, I feel like eating a certain amount and then regret it…Anyhow, would be nice to hear more about other peoples’ experience with that.
12 Dec 13
I don’t really have a lot of stomach problems. I do notice that if I eat too spicy my uhm… toilet habits get a bit messed up, but usually I don’t really get pain. Very rarely at least.
Maybe, instead of deciding up front how much you should eat, just eat until you don’t feel like eating anymore?
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