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Ketosis Day 2 Water Fast

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09 Mar 2013 08:19 #15673 by sviken0529
sviken0529 created the topic: Ketosis Day 2 Water Fast
I am in Ketosis 48 hours into my water fast.

Last night I had eye head ache, neck tension, head ache(pressure), I just put a warn towel on my eyes and back of my neck which really helped. I was also hungry but I just read and looked on here for a bit about fasting.

This morning woke up and had slight head aches a fatigue so went back to sleep. Woke up later and felt hunger around 4 pm. Had hot water, cool water and some slushy ice.
I was feeling kind of down about 8 pm so i worked out, I split in half and did half work out at 10 pm for energy. second work out was more energized but still lagging.

In Ketosis now, ending day 2, 48hrs, weigh in at 225LB.

About detoxing is it bad to wear deodorant and lotion?

I did loss 5 pounds in 10n days with water fasting with one meal a day.

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10 Mar 2013 06:49 - 10 Mar 2013 06:51 #15677 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Ketosis Day 2 Water Fast
I admire your resolve dear Sviken! Please try doing a few complete 5-step elimination cycles and see how you feel. Remember to move immediately from one step to the next so as to force the toxins to the skin and out.

One meal a day is of course not a fast. Real fasting only starts about 24 hours after the last meal. One meal per day is sometimes a very good diet and indeed you can experience ketosis in between but your digestive system never goes into a rest phase this way. Also, these meals often stimulate your appetite.

Deodorants often contain anti-perspirants which may interfere with the elimination process but if it makes you more socially acceptable so that you can prolong the fast, that benefit is greater.

André

All my posts are "generic", based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of your own licensed medical practitioner.
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