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Losing_for_health’s Eating Clean for 2019

Jan 14 - Feb 10/Game has ended
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Eating clean & getting lean in 2019! Lose weight, gain support, & get paid!



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Stephanie W.

01/16/2019 8:28AM - via android
Is anyone doing intermittent fasting and/or Weight Watchers? My past doctor recommended Weight Watchers and my current doctor (I moved cities) recommends intermittent fasting. Any tips for doing either or both? My goal is to really nail down weight loss with only food and no exercise (so that if I DO exercise, it's like an added bonus!)

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Cynthia B.

I have went down to my goal weight with intermittent fasting and low carb. Loved every bit of it. I have done weight watchers but I had a love hate relationship with it. Plateaued for months....but not with IF. I had only stopped the low carb and IF for the holiday season....ate every garbage sugary snack that came my way....then it was so hard to stop cause my system craved the sugar. By coming back to DB it made me get a hold of myself and get back to it and I feel better already (3 days into my to my good habits). So happy, and my sugar cravings have subsided substantially!


Love intermittent fasting! If you start building up to it, you can keep decreasing your eating window to see even more results. I’ve done a few 20 & 24-hr fasts especially if I’m plateau-ing. IF you want to add in exercise, I recommend right before you break the fast so you can eat right after! Good luck!!

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