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Jeanette

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#41
I'm not sure fasting for weight loss is any better than a diet. If you are serious about weight loss and keeping it off you need a change in habits that you can maintain.

Intermittent fasting and long term fasting might have other health benefits.

Jx
 

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#43
I can picture it now. Wednesday evening. Hordes of England Football fans, gathered round a big TV set in a Health Food Cafe. Downing bowls of Kim Chi and Pickled Gherkins, throwing their pickle juice in the air when England score, then off to climb on to Bus shelters, dribbling Vinegar down their retro England tops..
No vinegar, fermented not pickled!
 

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#49
It's all very simple. If calories in exceeds calories out, there will be storage. The input portal is larger than the output portal so caution is recommended. (Ha! Cleaned that up.)
 

Jeanette

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Keep Blowing

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#56
I'm not convinced it is for a whole host of reasons, some addressed here:

Why “Calories in, Calories out” Doesn't Tell the Whole Story

And think about all those people that go on calorie restricted diets and lose the weight but then when they stop it all goes back with more.

Also consider how emotions can impact on eating

Jx
I had a quick read, I've never heard of thermodynamics being related to food,. I presume my calorie intake must be greater than the caroriies I burn as i feel as though I am getting heavier, I don't weigh myself and I've never counted a calorie in or out, I do push ups pull ups and Squats, muscle burns fat and a strong core is essential as one gets older
 
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