One of the great things I have learned from all of this is what true hunger is versus emotional/mental hunger. Too often many of us think our stomachs rumble and we are immediately panicked because we are afraid our blood sugar is going to drop and our muscles are going to vaporize. It just doesn’t happen, at least not in normal healthy people. We are well adapted to fasting, and there are actually benefits such as the repair mode reaction (increased GH/IGF-1 etc..), the neurotransmitter enhancements (bo, and so forth that happen. I still would not suggest anyone doing fasting longer then 24hrs and I prefer the ~16hr (flexible) variant I am using for the best of all worlds. But it takes considerably longer then 24hrs before you really start to get detrimental in terms of health. For example everyone is afraid of metabolic slow down, part of the often touted starvation mode, studies have shown that this doesn’t really happen till after about 72hrs (and it may even increase in the period up to 72hrs). Of course we are all different and under different exercise workloads, stress, and so forth but basically I am saying 16hrs should be np at all for healthy humans.
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