Aurimas Šeputis on Ketogenic dietSoftware Engineer @QoorioSome time ago
How much out of your way would you go just because of hunger? No matter what plans you might have there is always considerations popping into your mind just because some hormone is signaling your brain that your stomach is currently empty. How crazy is that? Talk about free will. I frequently fast for 36 hours and feeling great, with latest fast ending without even being hungry at the end of it. You really feel in control without mood swings based on hunger. Make no mistake though - I do reach my calorie targets over the week. There is no benefit in starving yourself. Eating becomes a treat every time, you take satisfaction from taste and not from stuffing yourself and suppressing some hormone. Eat to enjoy quality food, while skipping meals when you can't access some. Not only you'll end up happier - you'll contribute to your longevity both from metabolic perspective and also mental.

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Algimantas ČasasFounder at sustainable watch bands www.someloops.com
Have you tried eating once a day?
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Monika KuzminskaitėHealth psychologist, with special love for food and eating matters
Totally agree - eating becomes a treat every time. Intermittent fasting for more than half a year, and things are getting ever better.
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Aurimas ŠeputisSoftware Engineer @Qoorio
sure did, often still do. It's called OMAD (one meal a day) or prolonged fasting 20/23. I would not recommend it if you are eating to fulfill calorie target since you essentially overeat and cause immune response which as result stores more fat than you would by splitting that meal within two hours. On the other hand it's great if you do this for weight loss without counting calories, so it's harder to overeat since you stop when feeling full.
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Aurimas ŠeputisSoftware Engineer @Qoorio
glad to hear that, keep it up! :)
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Povilas GodliauskasWell-being Psychologist | Mentor | Consultant | Lecturer | HR
I am seriously thinking of trying intermittent fasting, but I have read that it produces mixed results for people with acid reflux. In other words, for some it works wonders, for others it inly increases the symptoms. Any thoughts on that?
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Algimantas ČasasFounder at sustainable watch bands www.someloops.com
Povilas, think you should go with keto when exercising intermittent fasting.
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Aurimas ŠeputisSoftware Engineer @Qoorio
Prolonged Fasting would help with that. Random example https://medium.com/@wesodonnell/how-23-hour-intermittent-fasting-saved-my-life-242885afe56e It is important to know how to break your fast without upsetting your digestion
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