How do I Fast to lose weight and for religion?

i want to go a period of time without eating.
I often feel fainty when I do.
I want to do this to lose weight.
But If you like i can pretend it is for religion…
thanks emie!
Headaches are usually the biggest thing to prevent me even from dieting!

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5 Responses to “How do I Fast to lose weight and for religion?”

  1. emie said:

    fast with water and juices but take a vitamin :]
    it should help with the headaches

  2. Chrissy L said:

    You will not lose weight by fasting.
    1.) Its extremely unhealthy
    2.) Your body is going to go into starvation mode and will store every ounce of fat it has because it doesn’t know when it will be getting adequate nutrition.
    3.) When you finally do eat you’re weight will increase because your bod isn’t used to nutrition.
    Don’t fast. Follow a healthy food and exercise plan and you’ll have no problem succeeding

  3. angelaz said:

    first off, why do u want to fast? if u feel faint, dont fast! fasting takes tiime and patient tolerance. if u dont feel u can do this yet, find another way to loose wheight. trust me .. my dad has been doing this for over 17 years. it requires patience! also never pre tend its for religion. you fast for a reason pertaining to God, not to just loose wheight!
    hope dis helpz

  4. drusillaslittleboot said:

    There are many kinds of fasts.

    Some people drink just water.

    Some people have juice, tea, and water.

    A popular fast that worked well for my friend was the ‘Master Cleanse.’ It involves drinking a mixture of maple syrup, cayenne, lemon juice and water. You can read about it here:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_Cleanse

    I should warn you that fasts are a crappy way of losing weight. You lose muscle as well as fat, feel faint (no escaping it, since you’re taking in no vitamins, minerals or fats), and gain it back very fast.

    Is there some reason you prefer a fast to fad diets where you eat? Fasting is no more effective, I’ve found, than ultra-low-carbing.

  5. becca said:




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