If I water fast for 1-3 weeks, what kind of weight loss can I expect?
Anyone have water fast results without trying to get me to buy a book?
why would anyone do this shit??
are you retarded ... it does nothing for you but fuck you up
fucking meme NYR retard
heres what you do:
1. throw out everything you ever heard about diets
2. form good habits
3. transform good habits into eating better
4. sustain your diet
5. actually lose weight in the long run doing so
Your coffin would be considerably lighter, yes.
That is, unless you do it under 24/7 doctor supervision and follow all their orders, then you can lose about 300 pounds a year.
You will water fast for 1-3 days feeling like shit before you break and order a 3000 calorie pizza binge. If you happen to be successful you'll probably have a heart attack due to sodium/potassium/electrolyte imbalance and lose BEST case scenario, 10 pounds or so. Just do an EC stack and stop thinking you can be the special snowflake exception that doesnt have to put in time to get results.
>just getting sick of the pace
never going to make it
you are inside your body for the rest of your life and life moves at this pace. Get used to it.
Theres no shortcut to success.
This is a long life project here not a "hurr durr i lose some weight in a few months" kind of thing.
This is great advice OP. You're gonna fuck yourself up if you don't eat for that long. It's not so much about macros as your body has ways of making cellular energy from fat/muscle but these reactions require specific enzymes that require cofactors (vitamins and minerals) to be assembled and function correctly. Your body's function will decrease possibly to the point of permanent detriment. Would not advise.
I did 2 weeks once, it was okay, but there are probably better ways of losing weight. I went for a one hour walk every evening. I lost 4 kg all in all, although it's hard to say, as there are a few kilos that you lose during the first two days and gain back the day after fasting. I didn't regain the weight until I started lifting, but that's a matter of self-discipline.
It does however teach you a LOT about yourself, hunger, appetite and how to deal with them. The first week felt really just great, the second week was a little harder, but not by much.
This guy is clueless. As long as you don't go completely crazy with the length of your fast you don't need 24/7 doctor supervision, that's just retarded. If you want to feel safe you can go to a doctor once a week or something, but it's not that important. The human is basically made to sustain this easily, people keep making a big deal out of it, even though it's nothing. I actually knew one fatty who seriously thought you'd die if you don't eat anything for three days. He believed that.
>implying i've never dieted before
24kg down so far so am capable, but its been way too long. sick of plateau. can't do EC stack since its banned in aus
thanks about as much as I was looking to do.
Yeah, that's about where I'd draw the line, especially if your health is not the best, i.e. you are obese. When I did the two weeks I was in pretty much perfect health.
Still, "24/7 medical supervision" is certainly NOT needed. Looking at your general health once a week is pretty much all you need (and of course in case somethings wrong). Medical complications during a fast are very rare though. Most people experience the opposite.