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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 227517 10-Jan-2018 06:46
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Hi there,

I had knew cutting sugar and carbs would be key but kept failing after a few months. This had been going on since I tried the Protein Power Plan in the 90s.

Then I followed this advice from Dr Berg on YT:

- 1tsp each apple cider vinegar + lemon juice in a full glass of water (reduces cravings dramatically + helps other things). Because I'm a freakin carb junkie I drank this throughout the day.

- added a kale smoothie as per Dr Bs recommendation. Later I began having up to three of these each day.

- drank less water as per Dr Bs advice. Really!!

- noted his video on cravings and what they mean you are deficient in. Chocolate is a magnesium deficiency incidentally.

I find the fasting (and therefore autophagy) came naturally with no struggle after these were implemented.

Additionally I bunched all snacks/coffee into three main meals when still eating wheat and sugar. This further reduced cravings.

Hope it helps a fellow geek :)

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  Reply # 1933302 10-Jan-2018 07:25
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Watch out you don't destroy your teeth if you are drinking the vinegar/lemon water constantly.

 

 








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  Reply # 1933335 10-Jan-2018 08:35
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I thoroughly recommend IF for numerous health benefits  - https://www.reddit.com/r/intermittentfasting. My experience is the human body runs so much better lean. Water is your best friend. Coffee/tea with no calories added is also useful. 





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