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Unread 03-16-2009, 03:28 PM
Giorgi Giorgi is offline
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As for IF, am I really the only one who merely skips lunch?

When I followed the actual IF I'd just eat 2 meals 12 hrs apart since I'd not overeat as much at night and feel warmer most of the day.
Yeah I do that too sometimes. I prefer skipping breakfast tho.
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Unread 03-30-2010, 07:47 AM
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Yeah I do that too sometimes. I prefer skipping breakfast tho.
Yeah, this is what I've done recently. I actually like it a lot. Back when I got really fat over the course of ~5 years, this is what I did 95% of the time. However, looking back, I'm sure that just lead to me overeating during the day (as a McDonald's/Burger King/whatever combo was typically in store for lunch, then a few sodas were necessities in the afternoon). But yeah, if I skip breakfast now, I don't feel very hungry until lunch anyway. As long as I'm getting protein requirements for the day, it's fantastic not worrying about making sure I eat frequently enough for my muscles to not disappear.
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I'm sure this is what Espi posted but some people seem to get hunger stimulated from the 'sweetness' of fruit.
You could look for less sweet apples. For instance, i think Galas are typically fairly mild, and fujis typically sweet. And red deliciouses taste like paste.
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I'm wondering, I just looked at how over/under eating can change the elasticity of the stomach so next time you eat, you'd feel fuller/hungrier depending on your habits.

My question is, is there any study or anecdotal evidence that shows a change in response to periods of not eating? For example, lets say you dont eat from 10 PM to 9AM every day, while at first you're hungry but maybe later you'd get used to it or your body adapts as to make you not hungry?
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Unread 06-24-2013, 01:47 PM
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Yes. Ghrelin is the primary hormone stimulating short-term hunger and it's been shown to synch with eating pattern. So if you regularly eat at noon, ghrelin will go up right before noon to stimulate hunger. It will adjust itself after a few days to a new eating pattern.
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