[Fan Club] LCHF Lifestyle - Part 3

carey

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I'm wondering....ish moi 2 days per week fast too long? Sometimes it stretches to 60 hours.....I keep it under 65 hours though......

Is it too much? Am I experiencing diminishing returns? :(

Depends on yourself - track your progress and performance bah

Some say not effective beyond 48 hours...

Else just do the usual intermittent with the 8-hour eat window :s13:
 

john hanley

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Depends on yourself - track your progress and performance bah

Some say not effective beyond 48 hours...

Else just do the usual intermittent with the 8-hour eat window :s13:

Thank chiu carey shushu :o
 

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ya, u can find some carrefour items at fairprice. that time carrefour closed down then they bought over from them to sell.
but this should also tell you how old the goods are.

how you know they take over the stock sia? maybe they newly import from france? last time ntuc cannot do that because they're competitors... maybe now they're supplier-customer relationship.. not sure. lol.
 

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found this sauce at fair price finest
$5.40 I think
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is wholegrain mustard.. not sauce lol can rub on beef pork chicken and make mayonaise
 

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how you know they take over the stock sia? maybe they newly import from france? last time ntuc cannot do that because they're competitors... maybe now they're supplier-customer relationship.. not sure. lol.

cos just nice once carrefour closed down, there was a sudden influx of carrefour goods in ntuc. i was shopping quite regularly at ntuc during that period so noticed that and also happen to see some packaging with crumpled edges so very likely is old stock from carrefour.
 

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damn, went back for ICT 1week, gain 4kg :(:(

so hard to lose so easy to gain arghhhhhhhh
 

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cos just nice once carrefour closed down, there was a sudden influx of carrefour goods in ntuc. i was shopping quite regularly at ntuc during that period so noticed that and also happen to see some packaging with crumpled edges so very likely is old stock from carrefour.

oh maybe. i only miss carrefour peanut butter. sigh. :(
 

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bfast: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk
lunch: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk


restarting IF today :( tonight fasting if possible :(
 

john hanley

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Afternoon peeps

Liver: nature’s most potent superfood
A Paleo Guide To Liver | Paleo Leap

As if its vitamin content weren’t enough, liver also contains an enzyme called CoQ10, an antioxidant that helps your body produce energy and may help in the treatment of a variety of diseases. Liver also seems to have mysterious anti-fatigue properties that scientists can’t pin down to any particular vitamin it contains.

Liver, Nature's very own Multi Vitamin
Gonna eat 8oz tomo
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eddy2099sg

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bfast: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk
lunch: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk


restarting IF today :( tonight fasting if possible :(

Sounds like you are on a coffee diet.
 

Eien_kisu

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bfast: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk
lunch: machine made espresso with foamed meiji milk


restarting IF today :( tonight fasting if possible :(

nice ah? meiji milk mix with other drinks taste weird leh.
 
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