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    New Zealand?xyz_lucek?
    anyone of you tried it? Was it hard for you? How much kg/pounds did you lose?
    2019-03-07 23:32
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    2019-03-07 23:34
    Gl with that one.
    2019-03-07 23:34
    2019-03-07 23:35
    why would someone do that water doesnt even make u fat?
    2019-03-07 23:35
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    "water fasting" "How much kg/pounds did you lose?" Can you read Jarppi?
    2019-03-09 12:30
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    Jarppi :D
    2019-03-09 12:50
    garfield kart
    2019-03-11 08:09
    ive done it, dont do it, u gain more weight after ur water fast
    2019-03-07 23:35
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    +1 rather just do a calorie deficit on minus 500 thats what i did last year and i lost 20kg and could eat what i wanted as long I stayed in that frame.
    2019-03-09 12:45
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    I did the same 3 years ago. Started counting my calories and went from 97.5kg to 77 in about 5 months.
    2019-03-11 07:27
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    Yep simple as that
    2019-03-11 08:50
    dude just eat less and exercise more not that hard
    2019-03-07 23:36
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    i did same. rly easy to have a caloric deficit when exercising :)
    2019-03-08 10:17
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    2019-03-09 12:46
    +1 lost 15 kg in like 4-5 months just eating 1500 calories 5-6 days a week and having a cheat day once a week
    2019-03-09 16:32
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    You ate 1500 and only lost 15 in that timeframe? Either you ate more than you think, or you're a tiny girl with a very low TDEE ???♂?
    2019-03-11 00:44
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    Maybe he packed on some muscle too
    2019-03-11 03:16
    wtf men u need hamborger too satisfy ur needs :)
    2019-03-07 23:39
    Its hard, but well worthy if you just do it for a few days. You will lose weight but after this diet don't rush into eating like before and start exercising to adjust your metabolism or you will go fat again really quick, also your stomach will shrink (which is a good thing because you cannot eat as much).
    2019-03-07 23:51
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    I'm currently at 1500kcal a day for like 2 or 3 weeks, can't remember. I'm thinking about water fasting coz I don't think it's gonna be really hard for me since I'm super busy during the week and weekend so I won't have time to think about food :D
    2019-03-08 00:14
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    Thinking about food will get on to you after just 2 days of water fasting, but having something to work on is also good in the process. 1500 kcal diet is good enough if you are an active person, but if you want to lose weight faster, fasting is better. Just don't over extend that few days period of fasting after which you can start eating with baby steps.
    2019-03-08 10:11
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    Fasting is never better. Unhealthy....
    2019-03-08 10:20
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    Its only healthy if you do it for a few days and you ate shit food before. Few religion have this habbit that people don't eat and drink for a period of time. Also it helps to shrink your stomach size. It's very bad for people which have health problems though.
    2019-03-08 10:33
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    Islam still eat and drink during ramadan so dont tell me that they dont eat anything. When the sun is down they can start eating so its not multiple days where they dont touch any food
    2019-03-08 10:56
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    I'm not talking about islam nor do i want to get deeper into this :)
    2019-03-08 10:59
    our bodies are made to do fasting. we are not evolving as fast as our diet has exploded. we still take in calories as if we could be stuck in a winter storm with no food for a week at any point in time. even intermittent fasting is better than just starving yourself with a low cal diet, which just makes your body eat itself rather than turning stored fat into energy.
    2019-03-11 00:54
    You know that id you fast you lose not only fat but muscle aswell
    2019-03-08 10:22
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    Yes, that's why you need to start exercising after doing it. You mostly need it to shrink your stomach size.
    2019-03-08 10:31
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    how will you gain muscle when your calorie intake is 0 ????
    2019-03-08 13:45
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    If you read my comments again you will understand that after a few days of fasting you SHOULD slowly start eating healthy food and exercising.
    2019-03-09 12:15
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    Ok but water fast aint good
    2019-03-09 12:16
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    in moderation it is, and it's a hellalalalalada better than being fat and getting heart disease at 35
    2019-03-11 00:56
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    Id rather start to eat a normal diet and add a bit of exercising
    2019-03-11 01:12
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    a normal diet of today is far from a normal diet for humans historically. exercise is fine, but without a special diet, you will just gain muscle mass on top of what you already have and not lose any weight. your body will not give up reserves it is able to keep, because as far as you body knows, the fat should be there for the eventual involuntary fasting period of whatever natural events we had to deal with historically as a species.
    2019-03-11 03:14
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    thanks for info
    2019-03-11 08:06
    Tabata much better
    2019-03-08 10:14
    1. Don't eat shit. 2. Work out - not even that match if you want to lose weight and follow step 1 Done.
    2019-03-08 10:14
    no no
    2019-03-08 10:17
    trust me after water fasting all u lose is water from ur own body not fat ! and when u start eating u gain more water in ur body it means u make more fat in order to burn fat u have to eat protein food and exercise
    2019-03-08 10:18
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    no, dumbass, when our body goes through fasting periods, it switches to burning fat. where do you think the carbon comes from in the CO2 that you exhale while fasting? certainly not from water. that is the whole point of the process of gaining weight - a readily available energy reserve for something like a winter storm, or long period without food, or whatever our ancestors used to have to deal with that made it necessary for our bodies to adapt. when you fast for a day or more, your body can access that reserve for most of its energy production and you actually feel pretty good after the initial hunger barrier. and since you also don't have to use energy for digestion / new fat production, you can use that energy to be productive and even exercise. just don't overdo it and slowly transition back into eating a fat and protein based diet. also make sure that you get the essential mineral traces and vitamins since you will be losing a lot of them the more/longer you drink pure water. the correct moderation is the key. this video is a good overview/summary: youtube.com/watch?v=APZCfmgzoS0
    2019-03-11 01:20
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    i guess u are one of those brainwashed kid i bet u never tried fasting
    2019-03-11 07:23
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    +1 this guy thinks he knows a lot, but he seems clueless when he is commenting
    2019-03-11 08:38
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    brainwashed in what way? I am open to any new information, but you don't seem to find it necessary to point out where I am wrong. you can choose to stay ignorant, but don't blame me for your laziness. name one thing I said that is incorrect and I will reassess my argument. I have done 3-4 days of fasting multiple times during my depression. it actually helped and allowed me to think much more clearly, listening to podcasts, meditating, reading about other people's experiences, studying research etc. and it contributed to me finding my way out of it. it might be a case of correlation/causation of effects, so I am not going to say it will help everyone no matter what, but our evolutionary development certainly supports those effects being real, just like say homoeopathy being a placebo treatment does not change the value of the outcome. sure, it can be dangerous applied in the wrong place and used to brainwash and exploit, but that can be said about almost anything. if you consider this brainwashing, then you are looking for excuses to address reality. eating is often something people do in part to avoid dealing with their depression or other issues, and it makes things worse. I do intermittent fasting a few days of the week now, not because I have to, but because I just enjoy the payoff - the rewarding feeling of productivity and creativity while fasting and experiencing hunger, knowing there will be a delicious meal at the end (delayed gratification essentially) - which is actually a problem for me specifically, because it is in fact a little too effective relative to what my body needs, so I need to carefully moderate myself. I have almost no fat reserves and I have to eat extremely unhealthy just to maintain what would be considered a normal bmi, which shows how archaic the bmi system is. I would probably suffer from fatty liver disease, kidney failure and/or diabetes by the time I made it out of the underweight classification. so I have to balance those two sides of well-being. I already have a high risk of diabetes because I need so many carbs just to maintain my weight and carb digestion is wearing down my metabolism, which affects my long-term mental state. there is a reason why you are not very productive right after having a meal and when you eat all day (even just little amounts), your body never leaves that state. my dad has the same metabolism as me and is a vegetarian on top of that. so because of that, his diet was worse than mine which very likely contributed to him developing parkinson's (genetic predisposition from my grandma's side of the family) as grain, sugar and carbs in general make up an even bigger share of his diet and they cause an inflammatory reaction that affects dopamine production, but that's a whole different topic. my brother is studying this and he keeps me updated on the latest findings. it's not like I am just pulling this out of my ass based on anecdotal evidence. so I don't think I know a lot, I'm just reporting the knowledge and findings of other people, who actually do the research and they happen to confirm my experience. and I am not even the kind of person who would usually benefit from fasting, because I really don't have to do it for weight management. do whatever you want with that information, or don't.
    2019-03-11 17:52
    in case you are too lazy to read my wall of text: yes, I have tried it and it did exactly what the scientific research said it will do. and btw that was before I even knew about the science - in case you think this might be confirmation bias. it was before I knew anything about it, before my brother studied health and exercise science which gave me deeper insights, before my dad was diagnosed with parkinsons, before I educated myself on those topics in general. at the time, I was a wannabe musician in audio engineer training.
    2019-03-11 18:01
    A guy at work did it for almost 15 days and lost about 12 kg. I think he has gained about 6.5 kg now since about 2 months. You should use Testoviron and lift :D
    2019-03-08 10:22
    after2 days u get used to it and hunger feeling is gone just get through the first day and ur gucci. mostly its just abstinence symptoms the first day.
    2019-03-08 10:29
    > anyone of you tried it? Many times. > Was it hard for you? No. > How much kg/pounds did you lose? Idk, but you won't lose your muscles after 1 day of fasting and even after 3 days of fasting, you will mostly lose excess water, fat, toxins, etc... If you're doing it for weight lose purposes, I would recommend to just switch to healthy diet and exercise.
    2019-03-08 10:40
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    define "toxins" lol
    2019-03-09 12:46
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    2019-03-09 15:32
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    thats why I am asking, cuz google says "..get rid of toxins in your body" is bullshit. So define me one toxin please.
    2019-03-10 08:25
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    Why would I want/need to do it, lul?
    2019-03-10 10:30
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    what the fuck are you even talking about? this is what you said "you will mostly lose excess water, fat, toxins, etc..." so I am asking name ONE fucking toxin.
    2019-03-10 12:28
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    Ok. One toxin.
    2019-03-10 13:01
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    he exposed ur stupidity
    2019-03-11 01:10
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    Exposed? I never tried to hide it, lul.
    2019-03-11 05:24
    ffs just say carcinogens from processed foods or whatever, make something up... at least make an effort if you repeat this bs like the anti-vaccine tards technically yes, you are getting rid of toxins by reducing any possibility of toxin intake to 0 while fasting, unless you drink contaminated water. dilution can make almost any substance harmless (with the exception of may be plutonium), so you win on a technicality, but not in terms of the core argument. even pure water is a toxin when that is all your body is getting. "dosage makes the toxin" is not a revolutionary new concept.
    2019-03-11 01:33
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    I like to troll people who ask to argue, not to learn something new or to understand opponent's point.
    2019-03-11 05:24
    > "dosage makes the toxin" is not a revolutionary new concept The concept is only partially true. If small dosage of <something> doesn't kill you immediately it doesn't mean it won't make your health worse on long distance. For example, alcohol. Also poison can help you in certain cases, yet it's still a poison. I don't think pure water can be considered as toxin, but even distillated water isn't pure because it will still have small amounts of non-organic minerals.
    2019-03-11 05:33
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    then what is your definition of a toxin if it is not a substance that in a certain amount has negative health effects? as I said, even water (yes also distilled water) falls in that category when you take it to an extreme. and besides, what does that have to do with your toxin argument in the first place? that concept of dosage is not an absolutism. it is by design relative, otherwise it would be useless. your criticism of that concept is actually the exact core point of that saying (lots of small doses can sometimes also have the long-term effect of a heavier dose in the short-term). your body is constantly collecting and disposing of toxins, whatever you think they are. fasting will not change that other than limiting the intake or production of those toxins for a certain period. so it is not an effective detox method. people are right to ask you what qualifies as a toxin when you frame it like that and when you are evading their question, you are making it look like you are just repeating unscientific hearsay and don't actually have a clue what you are talking about. fasting has benefits when done in moderation at the right time and changing diets can also have similar benefits, but this bs meme "dude you gotta get rid of the toxins, man" is hurting your argument. but since you also think fasting results in mostly loss of excess water (listing it before fat), which is just unscientific garbage, I don't expect much consideration for a logical approach. water does not contain the carbon that our metabolism runs on, fasting or not. it is basically a just a catalyst/byproduct. if you do fasting without drinking, yes that would happen, but I hope that is not what you are implying.
    2019-03-11 18:38
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    Too much overthinking and ascribing me what I didn't say. "unscientific" Lol, ok. Not gonna waste my time, gl hf. > when you are evading their question, you are making it look like I don't care.
    2019-03-11 20:30
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    2019-03-11 21:09
    I lost 10kg
    2019-03-08 12:06
    Can anyone recommend a good way to lose 2-3% bodyfat fast?
    2019-03-08 13:32
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    Dont eat
    2019-03-09 12:27
    Caloric deficit
    2019-03-09 12:30
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    It doesn't work as I gain fat after 2-3 weeks again
    2019-03-09 16:25
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    U gain fat when you're on caloric surplus.
    2019-03-09 16:28
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    It's hard to have a caloric deficit and then stay as before. That's why I considered fasting or something else than just a normal deficit which doesn't work for me.
    2019-03-11 00:37
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    not really, after you've lost the weight just calculate your maintenance calories and stick to that
    2019-03-11 01:11
    Not really. I bet you're starving yourself instead of lowering your caloric slightly at 200-300kcal level, then you can't handle it and come to high surplus. Its clearly visible from comment "I gain fat after 2-3 weeks again", if you gain significant amount of fat in such short period of time, your surplus is defo too high at that point.
    2019-03-11 10:45
    Its hard, I've done it for a week lost like 3-5kg.
    2019-03-09 12:23
    2019-03-09 12:31
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    +1 after a while the body goes in self defense mode and it gets harder to lose weight, thats why calorie deficit is much better
    2019-03-09 12:52
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    the exact opposite is true. caloric deficit prevents ketosis (unless you radically change your diet to fat and protein) making it much harder to lose weight from fat while making it more likely that your body will start eating through muscle. not all weight loss is equally good. you want to lose fat, not muscle, which is a slower process, because of the high energy density of fat. muscle you can lose much more quickly, yes. do you want that though?
    2019-03-11 19:14
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    So the 20 kg of body fat i lost last year because of my method with 500 calorie deficit was all muscle? Just stop, you′re trying too hard to prove a point in this thread. I know for a fact it works because I tried it on my own body lol
    2019-03-11 19:53
    And other than that you dont need ketosis to lose weight lol Calorie deficit and not shitty food and you′re good to go.
    2019-03-11 20:01
    calories in vs calories out, the end
    2019-03-09 12:31
    Doesnt sound very healthy, better to eat better food and excercise.
    2019-03-09 12:37
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    "sound" Well maybe you should check out what it is before saying it's bad? It's a legitimate way of losing weight
    2019-03-09 16:30
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    Never said it was bad, all I said was that it didnt sound like the healthiest way to lose weight
    2019-03-09 16:52
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    done correctly it is much healthier than most other ways of losing weight. fasting is a natural state the human body has experienced throughout our evolution. we build up fat for the exact purpose of being able to go through periods of fasting.
    2019-03-11 19:17
    im 18yo, 1.80 and 58kg so i don't need to do that one
    2019-03-09 12:39
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    U sticc asf
    2019-03-09 12:49
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    yeah and i don't even know what to do.
    2019-03-09 13:03
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    set a target goal of what to eat a day to gain weight, for you it would prob be around 2300 calories a day to increase your weight
    2019-03-11 01:14
    flag checks out 3 worlder
    2019-03-09 12:52
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    wtf so rude
    2019-03-09 13:02
    Have a fucked up sleeping schedule so u will automaticly have intermittent fasting 16hrs+
    2019-03-09 12:49
    im in with 500 calories a day like 4 weeks now lost about 7 KG
    2019-03-09 12:51
    Haven't done it, but know some people who have. First days are the hardest. After a couple of days the hunger pain goes away. When done with the fasting make sure not to eat a huge meal tho. He lost plenty of weight but not exactly sure how much
    2019-03-09 16:30
    Water=Healthy Water fast=/=Healthy Don’t do it mens)))))
    2019-03-10 13:00
    you can try it for like 5 days and see. people dont water fast just to lose weight also, which most assume people do it just to lose weight coz they don't know what they're talking about.
    2019-03-11 00:47
    Fasting is not about losing weight more so your body getting rid of shit and repairing the body, but yes you'll drop weight.
    2019-03-11 00:48
    What's water fasting like? Do you just not drink water for a certain amount of time? What's the schedule?
    2019-03-11 00:50
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    lmao true NA water fast
    2019-03-11 01:47
    nigga please
    2019-03-11 08:21
    I tell you the forbidden formula which the industry doenst want you to know. Burn more calories than you consume. You can try it with working out or less meals its your choice. And btw dont do the water shit, after some days you smell like you are dead inside
    2019-03-11 00:54
    not healthy go lift u lazy
    2019-03-11 01:10
    Stupidity. Just go to the gym and don't eat like a whale. /close
    2019-03-11 01:12
    If you want to lose weight really fast just eat proteins and dont take any carbs I ate only chicken breast, eggs, fish and whey protein so literally had 0 carbs for 10 days and I lost like 10-11 kgs Also drink a lot of water like 2-3l Its not healthy but just saying If you want to lose weight fast
    2019-03-11 01:20
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    This is good but it works differently on different people make sure you are careful with what you eat to cause if you accidentally eat any carbs it ruins it completely.
    2019-03-11 01:35
    How stupid is it possible to be and water fasting?
    2019-03-11 01:38
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    youtube.com/watch?v=APZCfmgzoS0 caloric restriction is usually worse than fasting unless restricting strictly carbs and switching to fat/protein diet.
    2019-03-11 01:54
    Water fasting is pointless because you will put all the weight back on once the fasting is over
    2019-03-11 05:26
    DNP is the way to go. If you're not over-eating and drinking (cut a few carbs) the drug will literally stop your cells producing ATP so you burn fat off instead. You have to keep hydrated and as you retain water more on DNP you wont immediately notice a difference but during a 20 day cycle I lost over a stone. On the flip-side, there's a reason it was sold as a diet aid in 1933 and 5 years later was banned. It's a poison that can also cause cataracts and you to die of overheating. It's also an explosive; so, there's that I guess.
    2019-03-11 08:16
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    Its use in high doses as a dieting aid has been identified with severe side-effects, including a number of deaths. WORTH
    2019-03-11 08:20
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    -1lb a day seems pretty good in my eyes as someone that lacks real self-worth (I'm not just being edgy here) I use it along-side amphetamine and cigarettes which effectively nullifies my appetite while hydrating when I need to. The only real exercise I do in a day is a kilometre walk to and from whichever uni buildings I'm in for the day. The only thing that sucks is having to cut out a lot of drinking and speeding over eating isn't a great idea for somebody who is already a heavy substance user.
    2019-03-11 08:29
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    DNP is also used as an industrial dye and a side effect is that it makes your cum yellow so you gotta blueball yourself unless you want girls thinking you have an STD
    2019-03-11 08:30
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    well shit you gotta do what you gotta do
    2019-03-11 08:55
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    blow your load and hit the road
    2019-03-11 09:07
    i remember hearing about this obese guy who went on this ultra strict year long water fast (and lots and lots of vitamin/mineral supplements) and went from like 273 lb to 100something. crazy shit
    2019-03-11 08:19
    Just do one meal a day instead. It's far easier and sustainable. I'm doing it rn and already lost 15 kgs in 2 months.
    2019-03-11 08:19
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    how many calories should this one meal contain?
    2019-03-11 08:21
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    Idk, I just take as much as I could. Not that you can eat a lot of food while doing this diet either, as your stomach is shrinking due to the fast you did.
    2019-03-11 08:24
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    I lost 16kgs in 1 year just by switching from drinking drinks to water, I think its ok result (I had 102kgs)
    2019-03-11 08:28
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    Yeah cutting out sugar from your diet (drinks are the worst offender) is one of the best way to lose weight, and becoming much healthier too!
    2019-03-11 08:31
    I have done 100h water fast 2 times. Didn't weigh myself as I was not doing it for weight loss reasons. 2nd and 3rd days are hard. Will definitely do it again this spring / summer.
    2019-03-11 17:58
    Honestly, if you want to lose weight its better to do intermittent fasting. 16h fast/8 hour eating window helps lose a lot. It's what I use when I want to cut down fat during a cutting phase.
    2019-03-11 18:00
    I lost a fuck ton of weight just by calculating my calorie intake and eating healthy (no cheat days) for a year straight lost about 36-37kgs with exercising 5 times a week about 2-3 months into this method I started lifting weights because I was losing muscle at an accelerated speed, I always felt hungry, out of energy etc. Really the key is just reducing your calorie intake, eating healthy and lifting weight after you reach a good point you can start eating a lot especially proteins so you can put the muscle on but the thing is not everyone wants muscle some people just want a fit body where they feel good so this probably doesn't work unless you lift.
    2019-03-11 20:14
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