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From: kate (89.240.57.14)
Subject:         Re: Glycogen, energy and breakfast
Date: June 8, 2013 at 12:19 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Glycogen, energy and breakfast posted by Dr. Doug Graham on June 7, 2013 at 10:45 pm:

I should love to get to this stage!
Although 811 at least 99% raw vegan over the last 2
years, I feel weak and wobbly if I try to workout
before ingesting some sugar. Walking, light gardening
etc is not an issue; but it seems I cannot workout,
because the increasing sense of weakness causes me to
exert far less effort than if I consume pre-workout
fuel.

You have said that the sense of fatigue is largely
mental (at least, I think it was you). For sure, if I
were about to be hit by a lorry, or needing to escape
from a predator/fire or other threat, you bet I'd
workout! That's why sports drinks work of course...

I do not undereat, but do tend to skip an evening
meal, typically fasting 12-18 hours between lunch and
breakfast. It's not my main concern, but I do notice
most long-term raw foodists use your approach, fasting
from dinner til lunch/brunch. Is it something to be
worked on, or may it come naturally?

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