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Lost weight on a feed day

by juliusi on 16 May 2013, 08:50

Yes as the title says today I am weighing less than eysterday morning and it was a feed day. I ate normally around my TDEE, even had a small ice cream and some Nutella. The only explanation is that I went running, just an hour, so nothing exceptional, and this morning before weighing I went to the loo, which of course helped in the final weigh.
Just to make things clear I am not complaining at all.
Today I am doing my 19th fast and I just noticed that being the 16th of May I have been doing this diet for 2 months now and I can easily say I have lost around 5kg. My goal is behind the corner and the feeling is great.
Well if things go as usual with the fast day, tomorrow morning I should see a new PB, which always sets me on a good mood :victory: .
Have a great fasting day,
J

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