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January 21, 2020 at 1:05 am #208
When going on a diet, there are times that interruptions in our dieting cannot be totally avoided. Therefore, it is essential to know what to do when the circumstance arise.
If the need for an interruption will last for more than four days, you must increase your intake to at least 800 calories. This is done by adding meat, cheese, eggs and milk to your diet AFTER the THIRD DAY. If the interruption lasts less than two weeks, injections and the 500-calorie diet may be resumed directly. In the event that the interruption will last for two weeks of more, you must eat normally again until you’ve had your 3rd injection.
When you are scheduled to travel and you already know that you will not be able to stick with your diet for more than four days, you may stop your injections three days before you are scheduled to leave while still following the 500-calorie diet. After which, on the fourth day, during your travel, you will not have a hard time preparing your 500-calorie diet and thus have more freedom in choosing your meal.
Safe travels! =)
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