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I won't be part of this study for now, because my mom said she'll be hospitalized if she does, so I'll do a moderate or mild calorie restriction to keep me at 123 pounds.I don't think we're going to do this study because people can die in it

Edited by Fernando Gabriel

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Fernando, I don't think CR is for you at all. Get yourself to a healthy normal weight and don't obsess over calories. 

Edited by Matt

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I think we should do studies to get result from extreme survival mode
One group of men keeps their fat percentage 0-3%, another keeps 3-6% another 6-10% another 10-15% another 15-20% another 20-30% another 30-40% and the last more than 40% and women 0-5% 5-10%, 10-20%, 20-30% 30-40%, 40-50% and 50% or more.

People in the 0-3% 0-5% group are expected to increase the fat percentage when they are close to zero and people in all groups will measure their fat percentage on the bioimpedance scale every day and do not let the percentage pass the limit of the limit of group if they will not be disqualified.None of these groups should do physical activities that increase muscle as this can alter the results and should be sedentary to avoid gaining lean mass.

If the group of 0 to 3% of men and 0 to 5% of women with more longevity and more longevity means that Zeta is true, until the result is released, I will keep my percentage at the healthier level 10-12%.

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