Hi guys, I'm just about 30 days into NoFap and I just wanted to share something that I started doing at the beginning of this year that has given me lots of positive effects and I think given me the tools to sustain NoFap - intermittent fasting (IF), daily, forever. Since I started IF, my energy levels have increased, I'm more alert, slender and I'm not watching what I eat as much. My friend does it too and says his IBS has literally disappeared! Here's the low-down - it's so simple. You fast (don't eat) every day for 16+ hours and then eat during the remaining 8 hours, usually 2 big meals. That means you could eat between midday and 8pm, or 2pm and 10pm, or anywhere inbetween or beyond that. When I first heard about it, I was so against it, as most people are. "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!" "I could NOT survive until lunchtime without food!" (Remind you of anything? "Masturbation is important to keep everything working", "I could NOT give up masturbation!") The first day of IF I was very hungry, I even felt a little dizzy. The dizziness I felt was because my body was expecting a sugar hit and it didn't get one. Luckily your body is naturally capable of breaking down fats in your body to provide the energy needed. I made it through the morning and I ate lots at lunch time, and then lots at dinner. The second day I was hungry again, and again I ate lots of lunch. From then on, my cravings went down and I stabilised, no dizziness. Now I literally don't think about food until 2pm, sometimes I have to remind myself to eat. I've learned what my body really needs, not what cereal companies have made us believe we need. This isn't a diet, it's a way of life. It's also not about calorie reduction, so make sure you eat lots at lunch and dinner. If you reduce your calorie intake too much (like a diet would) eventually you will break and start snacking in the mornings. This is Intermittent Fasting, forever, not just until you hit a goal weight. If you're interested in the science side, there's tons of reading to browse through about insulin levels, hunger hormones and the benefits of being in the fasted state. Happy to talk more about my experiences and hear yours too!