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You could try it if you arent waking up ravenous!
Not sure if it' ll speed things up..sometimes we just have to be patient on this WOE but sooner or later we get a pleasant surprise!
Dont be downhearted,there are many factors that contribute to when we do or don't lose x..
You can find details by browsing thru the info,tips etc on here xx
Reducing your carb intake may help because I seem to remember you go into fat burning quicker whatever to the reason both of the above were factors with my 50lbs loss last year for now my body is in shock no wonder and all I can do is keep on trying the same things until my body receives the message. Good luck worth a try.
I think also I just need to relax a bit and enjoy the journey, I think I'm guilty of reading a lot of different ways of doing this and thinking 'maybe that's what I should be doing....then I'll have lost all the weight I want to instantaneously'!! I'm a daily weigher (using Libra), mustn't get too hung up on the normal ups and downs....
We all seem to find the equation that works best for us and just tailor it as we go along x
Glad the scales were kind and hope you enjoyed yr brekky x
I am a breKfast eater, so for me on the day after a fast, I really really want a decent breakfast (I liquid fast, so by then it's 36 hours no food). But my hubby can easily go til lunch before he breaks his fast. It really does seem to be one of the very individualistic things. Whether it speeds things up or not? Don't know. I alternate between thinking I should just stick to the basics and not get sucked into trying new things because the basic 5:2 works for me if I just do it, and thinking I should vary it to get off plateaus. Still don't know!
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