Guest Caroline Posted March 2, 2014 Report Share Posted March 2, 2014 Hello, erveryone, thanks to this nice talk by Paul McGlothin on youtube I've landed here and wonder if you guys can help me with this question: I'm doing alternate day fasting since a year now, this program is getting more and mor popular in Austria and is called "10in2". It means fasting for a complete day an two nights (=36 hrs) followed by a 12 hrs feeding period (with no clear limits on caloric input). I like this program very much and discovered that it has changed much more than just my body weight: I became more and more interested in "real" food, started to enhance my "green input" by adding "green Smoothies" and other forms of less processed preparations in my diet and improved diet and daily exercise. I've reduced sugar input and erased processed foods from my shopping list so I guess, I'm on a good way. Now I wonder if this ADF-program is comparable to CR - is CR limited to daily reduced caloric input or does the average input counts as well? At www.10in2.at it is mentioned that this form of intermittend fasting helps to keep up the energy expenditure so weight loss can go on...which is most certainly different in daily restricted consumption, I guess. Thanks for your response! Caro Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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