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My Lower Belly Pouch Is Shrinking

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My Lower Belly Pouch Is Shrinking
Having dieted on/off for the last eight years, losing and regaining extra weight was a phenomenon I'd gotten used to. My endomorph body, with all the extra fat going onto my arms, lower belly, bum, hips and thighs was a major cause for concern, and a reason why I started researching extensively, how to keep my weight off long-term. That is how I came across your Youtube videos. I've been doing intermittent fasting for about two and a half months now. I combine it with weight training-three to four days a week, and some cardio-twice a week (running and stair climber) at the gym. My starting fasting schedule was 16:8 for 1.5 months, and I've been on the 20:4 for the past month. My lower belly pooch began getting smaller each morning I'd wake up. However, my stomach became significantly toned when I began the 20:4 fasting schedule. I've lost 5kg(11lbs) since I began and I've also started to see some muscle development in my shoulders/arms. I want to thank you so much for the informative content you provide for us. You have helped me so much, and I'll never go back to my previous way of eating/frequent food consumption, in which case, it would take me double the time to lose the same amount of weight that I've lost now. I've got another 2kg to lose until I reach my goal weight, after which, I'll continue to utilise the 16:8 schedule to maintain my weight, while keeping up with the weight training to get stronger/keep my body toned. Thanks again Dr Berg. You are a champion!!