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2 Sep 19
I’ve always been prone to falling off the wagon but I had lost some weight by IF avoiding breakfast. I then got to the time of month and binged on carbs and regained all the weight I had carefully lost over the past month.
I’ve lost faith a little (I’m a cup half empty type) and wondering whether my body will allow me to loose weight – not absolving from responsibility of overeating but the cravings were horrendous regained and now they have gone and although I feel ready for IF again, I wonder if this is a vicious cycle and I should resolved to being a little bit overweight.
I am venting of course but wonder what other experiences with fasting and permanent weight loss are?
4 Sep 19
Reply to myself. 😀 in case this is if any use to anyone.
Back on track today, I don’t know what that manic appetite was all about. as usual back on track with not having breakfast and good night’s sleep.
If 12-8 pm. Mood improved.
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