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Cutting carbs after 3pm

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Hi, looking to lose weight for summer!! Starting now with running, but also I’ve started watching what I eat mainly cutting carbs after 3pm, I’ve heard this helps a great deal I’m not one to overly snack on sugar or junk but I LOVE my carbs with my dinner, will this help? has anyone had experience? I don’t plan on weighing my food and tracking it overly because I feel it could become quiet obsessive in my case...thanks in advance!

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I understand that it does help. It sounds like intermittent fasting, where you go for a greater portion of the day without food than you normally would. For example if you don't eat between 3 p.m. and 7 a.m., that would be intermittent fasting and a lot of people swear that it works.

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I've done intermittent fasting where I don't have breakfast until noon or later and stop eating about 7 or 8 p.m. I haven't done it much lately, but it seemed to be about the only thing that helped me lose weight. I need to get back to it.

 What you're doing seems to be similar, except you are choosing a different part of the day to go without food.

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