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Old 06-07-2018, 06:53 PM   #1  
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Hello to all😊. I’m looking for others who are using intermittent fasting to lose weight
Anyone out there?
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Hi Catherine,
I'm doing zero/carnivore right now, but want to put it in a window. So intermittent fasting and occasional longer fast will be on the plate for me. Today I'm gonna have a six hour window.
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Hi all, I am new to the forum. After failing at many diets, but learning a few tricks along the way, this year was going to be different. I’m hypothyroid so gluten free looked important. And I started walking more. 10k+ steps daily. And after a few months, I struggled but finally dropped 10 pounds. Then I added on 16:8 intermittent fasting and have fairly easily dropped 20 more pounds. During that time I also went on a 2 week cruise and didn’t put on any weight, which is a miracle. My optimistic goal for this year was to lose 35 lbs (for our 35th wedding anniversary). Now it is to lose 50lbs, and no longer be obese. So so pleased with intermittent fasting.
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Greetings Catharine Rose and FinallyFree, hoping you are still around... How are things going? I did keto style (under 50g) for a bit in maintenance but got a bit carried away...seems like calories DO matter (at least to my body) - too much cheese, lol.
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Hi all, I am new to the forum. After failing at many diets, but learning a few tricks along the way, this year was going to be different. I’m hypothyroid so gluten free looked important. And I started walking more. 10k+ steps daily. And after a few months, I struggled but finally dropped 10 pounds. Then I added on 16:8 intermittent fasting and have fairly easily dropped 20 more pounds. During that time I also went on a 2 week cruise and didn’t put on any weight, which is a miracle. My optimistic goal for this year was to lose 35 lbs (for our 35th wedding anniversary). Now it is to lose 50lbs, and no longer be obese. So so pleased with intermittent fasting.
Hi Slimmersixty: I am also hypothyroid (30g/day dessicated thyroid works for me - 2 months in), Celiac (seriously GF) with Fibromyalgia, and 16:8 IFing. I am up a bit from my goal since I've had family health issues and extra stress, but losing it and only about 8 lbs to go. Happy 35th anni, ours is 36. Happy for mutual support. Hope things are still going well for you as I see it's been a few months since you were on here.
Looking forward to a 'chat.'

Liana

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I am new to this site and happy to be here for support. I would love to do the IF but am so hungry in the morning when I wake up. I would do the 12:12 fasting but would really like to do the 8:16- How do you all get by without breakfast? I know I could start it early but I think it would be better to do say an 10am to 6 pm time to eat. Do you just have coffee for breakfast and then the hunger will go away?
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Bethany welcome to 3FatChicks. Maybe you could ease into IF. Adjust your breakfast time by a little bit gradually. Are you eating low carb? Its not necessary but it makes the fasting a little easier.

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I do 16:8. I usually have a cup of tea in the morning and a bunch of water. I am trying to drink 1/2 ounce per pound of body weight a day so if I get a jump on it in the morning it makes the rest of the day easier. I have “breakfast” at 1pm which is usually Cheerios and blueberries with some kind of protein. I eat nothing after 9pm. The good news is you can shift the eating window if you need to that day. So if I am meeting friends for lunch at noon, I start eating then and quit eating earlier.
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Hi I do intermittent fasting 3 to 4 times per week. I use it on alternate days because your body will eventually get used to it if you do it every day consecutively and you won't see results. My last meal is around 9pm and my first meal is around 2pm the next day. To keep feeling good throughout the day I consume red tea , black coffee and water. I use stevia as a sweetener. The red tea has many detoxing benefits and the black coffee will keep you satisfied. Also use a good training routine throughout the week. When you do have your first meal keep it healthy . I hope you get the results that you want



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