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10 Apr 19
Hi there people
I’ve been on the 5 2 diet for a few months but I’m changing to the fast 800 & I’m not sure if I can have milk & sugar on it ?
I love a brew I have full skimmed milk ( red top )
& have half tea spoon sugar.
Also I train quite hard & heavy on the weights & do H i t training on the push bike
Is that OK still with only having 800 Cals or am I going to run out of fuel.
Any help please on these matters ?
Thank you all very much.
17 Apr 19
You can have full fat milk with the Fast 800 but not the sugar. Skimmed milk doesn’t have the healthy fat anymore.
I don’t do hard gym training but I play a lot of golf and do it while I’m fasting. I just ensure that I have a plentiful supply of water.
I suggest you try doing the training while on the Fast 800 way of life but stop if you are having any issues.
I find if I do a HITT session while fasting I can get quite nauseous!
I hope this helps.
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