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sirmione · 23/08/2018 13:05
Has anybody tried this? Can’t seem to find any info about what’s actually involved. TIA
Dancingqueenwannabe · 22/11/2018 06:11
Hi, did you find anything out about this diet? I'm interested but like you, can't find what it's all about! X
kshaw · 22/11/2018 06:21
I signed up. You get 1500 calories a day and follow the 16:8 rule. 300 calories for breakfast, 500 for lunch and dinner then 200 to spend on snacks that can be eaten outside the 8 hour window. Also includes exercises to do. I don't think it's a bad diet to be honest and you get used to only eating in a set window quite quickly. I'm just useless and fat at sticking to diets!
panticus · 22/11/2018 06:54
But how do you do 16:8 if you have breakfast and dinner?
kshaw · 22/11/2018 07:22
You choose your window. So I did 11am breakfast, lunch at 2 then dinner before 7pm...but to be honest I skipped breakfast mainly and had more calories in dinner
panticus · 22/11/2018 07:46
Ah that makes sense. Thanks!
Dancingqueenwannabe · 23/11/2018 03:30
Thank you. Do you think it's something worth signing up to? I don't have time for slimming world meetings but need something to keep me on track. I'm hopeless at duets, especially this time of year but I can't still look pregnant when baby is 4 months old 😂😂😂 x
kshaw · 23/11/2018 06:06
You get a Facebook group entry which is supportive to be fair and a cookery book that has exercise in it but what I've said is the diet so in hot sure whether to recommend really. Depends if you want to spend £30!
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