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3 Sep 16
After exactly 6 months of 5:2 (54 diet days) I lost 26 lb. Comes down to 1 lb per week, which is perfectly “slow”
Once I have reached my goal in another 4 months, I will stay with 1 fast day per week. I like fasting and the 6:1 will keep me on the right weight.
I also learned to deal with hunger and manage appetite.
Forgot to mention that my blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure is also down by significant numbers. Sex drive is up, which is an important bonus.
4 Sep 16
Fantastic to read your report Robert!!! I’m especially enthused to read of your blood sugar, cholesterol, blood pressure and libido improvements!
Your 1 lb. per week is on par with what I read as average loss in this wider group, over the long term. I’m pretty sure I read a post by Dr. Michael Mosley reporting on the statistics of this group via data gathered from the trackers and that the 1 lb. per week was the average.
Thanks for posting your results so far!
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