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13 Nov 17
I have dabbled with fasting for ages but always seem to be put off track by either work colleagues (go on have a biscuit!!) or family, or my lack of commitment. But this time I am going to do it, 7 weeks until xmas and would be so happy with 1 lb a week. Any tips, hints gratefully received xx
Hi brennan and welcome:
One pound a week is doable. Here are some tips: https://thefastdiet.co.uk/forums/topic/the-basics-for-newbies-your-questions-answered/
Don’t have any grain base processed foods. So no biscuits, cakes, Christmas cheer, bread, pasta, rice. No sugar drinks. No alcohol. Get your carbs from veggies. Do that and 1 pound per week is doable.
14 Nov 17
Thanks for your replies, fast day 1 today, food all planned and prepared 😊
Day 1 has gone really well, was flagging a bit this afternoon (13.5 hr shift at work 18 k steps) but stuck with it even when my colleagues had cheesy chips for lunch
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