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    A new video from Bob Briggs.

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    A new video from Bob Briggs.

    Post by Jan1 on Thu Apr 30 2015, 19:04


    Here is the latest video from our low carb friend in the US Bob Briggs. Bob is a great guy who was once very overweight - you wouldn't believe that now though looking at this latest video. I love the way he just talks ... and explains things. I think it makes it easy for us all to understand. Just listen and watch - I am sure you will like this video.

    All the best Jan
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    Re: A new video from Bob Briggs.

    Post by Sally on Thu Apr 30 2015, 20:42

    What an excellent video! Such a nice, simple, clear way of explaining a quite complex issue. More and more people seem to be talking about intermittent fasting and, maybe it is the way to go, but I am always so ready for my (low carb) breakfast, approximately 12 hours after the previous night's meal and I tend to be very pleased to get a light lunch another six hours later.
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    Re: A new video from Bob Briggs.

    Post by Indy51 on Thu Apr 30 2015, 22:54

    I think it's a case of working out which fasting regime works for you. A while back I tried the alternate day 36 hour fasts and found it bearable, but not particularly workable. My new regime is working really well because I've never been a fan of big dinners - with a hiatus hernia and long history of reflux, sleeping was often quite uncomfortable after a large meal. So eating a reasonable breakfast and my main meal by 2pm, leaves me with a 17-18 hour fasting window. I'm sleeping better too!

    As of this morning, 4.6 kgs lost since starting 50 days ago cheers
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    Re: A new video from Bob Briggs.

    Post by Jan1 on Thu Apr 30 2015, 23:12

    @Indy51 wrote:I think it's a case of working out which fasting regime works for you. A while back I tried the alternate day 36 hour fasts and found it bearable, but not particularly workable. My new regime is working really well because I've never been a fan of big dinners - with a hiatus hernia and long history of reflux, sleeping was often quite uncomfortable after a large meal. So eating a reasonable breakfast and my main meal by 2pm, leaves me with a 17-18 hour fasting window. I'm sleeping better too!

    As of this morning, 4.6 kgs lost since starting 50 days ago cheers

    That's great to hear Indy cheers clap  cheers  clap

    All the best Jan

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