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Topic # 185384 20-Nov-2015 14:54
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I've been working out 1/week for over a year, and it helped my fat loss quite a bit, and built muscle - all good.

But when I recently added an eating window, and a little extra activity - well now I am losing fat again. What I do is basically avoid breakfast, and if I can, lunch as well (depending on when I get up) - focus my calories and nutrients into a big dinner, and then have a calorie light supper - soup, salad. 

As such, I spend some of every day hungry, but its easier to manage than a full fast, makes dinner extra satisfying, means I don't have to calorie count, or avoid certain foods. It's working for me. 

Anyone else either fasting or doing an eating window? 




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  Reply # 1431773 20-Nov-2015 15:04
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I would consume all of my calories in a 6 hour window depending on my shift work at the time.

Worked great for me, as I am not a breakfast person. Would recommend fasting to anyone without strict dietary requirements.

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