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Short term: Starting today, keep a rough cal guide of what I've eaten on non fast days, keeping to about 1800 a day for the next month. At the end of that time my brain should know what "normal" is
Long term: Carb meal night before fast, no breakfast, tea with s/milk and water till evening meal of 500 and regular 2 fast days a week.
Time as they say will tell
I started this a month ago, with my first fast day being way easier than I expected and pleasantly lost two pounds in one day.
But on my second fast day, toward the end of the week, I had a horrible case of overeating and broke my second fast. I was scheduled for vacation late the second week, so I had to fast Monday and Tuesday. I gave up on Monday again because of over eating and decided to take the week off. I started again officially next week.
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End over eating. I just don't think it's a particularly...