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17 Jul 17
Is it better for the body to Zero calorie fast or should something be eaten on the fast days? I don’t seem to have any problem having nothing at all but a little advice as to which way to go would be appreciated.
many thanks in advance for you feed back
Many of us have tried both. Zero calorie days are fine unless you have a medical issue. Do whatever you are comfortable with. I mix it up – restricted time feeding, 600 cal days and the occasional two day water only fast. I have gone to three days but I wouldn’t want to make a habit of it.
Thanks for that Penguin!
I prefer zero calorie fasting as once I eat I find it too difficult to stop when I’m not full. I’m fine fasting or I’m fine eating just to full, it is the in-between stuff that I have problems with.
20 Jul 17
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