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Lots of thoughts! But I have a few questions first.
Have you always been about the same BMI? How tall are you - is your waist less than half your height? If you follow 5:2 as designed, you would lose weight - is this your aim or are you more interested in the health benefits of intermittent fasting?
Given you have a healthy BMI - and even if you didn't - I would strongly suggest consulting your medical professional for their thoughts before starting 5:2.
My only other suggestion is to eat more on non-fasting days so that the fasting days don't make you lose weight -- basically, take the calories you didn't eat on your fasting day(s) and make sure to consume that many calories more over the course of your regular days. Also, doing only one fasting day a week has positive health benefits, so keep in mind that multiple days isn't necessarily better.
Your replies were too cryptic for me... Could you please elaborate?!