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٭ Pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, people over 70, children and those with eating disorders, adrenal fatigue, liver and/or kidney disease should not fast.

Fasting is on trend at the moment: it’s cheap, no special meal preparation is required and there’s ample evidence of its benefits for anti-ageing, weight loss and combatting chronic disease. But you’d be forgiven if the idea of going without food for a few days leaves you in a cold sweat.

Being ravenous for any length of time can be rather unpleasant. And while proponents of fasting claim that feeling hungry isn’t as big a deal as people might think, the bottom line is that we like to eat!

Having said that, if you’re following a ketogenic

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