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EOD Fasting is interesting, and for me it proves how much of my battle is inside my head. Something amazing about being able to tell myself that tomorrow I can eat, so why worry about today. Still striving for Therapeutic Keto levels. Hard to maintain without exogenous ketone consumption, but for now I'm not using.
My goal is to raise my BMR. One thing I've found about not being hungry is that I don't consume enough calories on feeding days. I want to raise that BMR so I can burn more of the fat I eat. Don't need to store any.
Good podcast interview with Jason by Danny Zederman, the armchair nutritionist. One question I've had for a few years is, how long does it take during a fast to get into autophagy? The answer according to Fung: 16-24 hours. I can understand the 8-hour range because everyone varies and I assume it has a lot to do with the baseline WOE from which everyone starts. Good to be armed with this information. Now I can be confident to achieve autophagy when doing IFs with durations of 24 or more hours, but in as little as 24 hours, beneficial cleansing is happening.