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Passover

 

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Fasting

 

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6 20 hours ago
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2 3 days ago
Meal Prep

 

Compgirl032003

2 1 week ago
Diet plan

 

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2 2 weeks ago
App for phone

 

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11 3 weeks ago
Too much food

 

Candylm

2 3 weeks ago
Too many carbs?

 

Kkrtype

2 3 weeks ago
intermittent?

 

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10 3 weeks ago
carbs

 

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2 1 month ago
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4 1 month ago
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15 1 month ago

Nutrition & Diet

  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Grammy65. Intermittent fasting involves limiting intake of foods and calorie-containing beverages to a set window, often 8 hours per day, and not eating (only drinking water, tea, and coffee) for the remaining hours (16 if you eat within an 8-hour window). You can also do 12+12 hours, if you wish. The menus you generate here can be used. If you would like more information, or have any questions, please do repost here, and I will get back to you.

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  •  grammy65

    Is there a plan to follow the fasting diet? If so please give me some info.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Compgirl032003. You absolutely can do the same thing with your meal plan here. You can swap and repeat meals and days as often as you like to make it convenient.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, MaryannGagne, and welcome back! That snack is not intended to be keto, but rather to be filling through the night, so that you don't wake up and become tempted to snack. You absolutely can swap that for something else, like 2 tablespoons of nuts or seeds, or 6 ounces of yogurt (plain, that you sweeten yourself with something natural and no-cal like Stevia and/or erythritol).

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