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    I am just beginning to experiment w/ the If'ing and have noticed a significant decrease in appetite. At what point do you think that is a problem. It is nice not worrying about food, but now it has me paranoid. I still have this paranoia that I will kill my metabolism and weight loss efforts by not eating enough.

    Mama to 4, wife to my love

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    If you're doing intense exercise every now and then as well as not fasting for overly long periods of time (we're talking 36+ hours), you'll be fine. I had the same concerns when I started IFing - until I saw the results.


    Good luck!

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      I would say it becomes a problem if you notice your energy declining along with your appetite. I've been IFing for 2 years and have never had that problem.


      Besides, people throw the word "metabolism" around a lot but I think only a few people here know what they're talking about when it comes to that, and I'm not one of them. Metabolism seems to be a huge and complicated thing with a ton of variables, so don't worry about it. Stick to basics.

      You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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        Thank you for indulging my momentary freak out. I really like eating less, it is such a pain when you are never full. However, I guess I don't know what a normal amount of food is to eat. Plus, reading on the CF site it seems a lot of those guys If but then consume the same amount of calories, just in a smaller window. My energy is fine, actually great considering I have a 6 week old

        Mama to 4, wife to my love

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