2. This might be a strange question but when your body expels of the fat, WHEN does it do it? Does it do it at night when your body is resting? Is it done throughout the day? For instance, I tend to lose 2lbs a day when I fast, however, I don’t tend to notice changes in the scale until the end of a full week of fasting. It almost seems to expel the fat all at once. Do you know the answer or know where to direct me? It is kind of hard to google… I do know that it comes out in urine, sweat and through the lungs (or I’ve read on many websites.)
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