If one is fasting, one obviously isn't taking in any nutrients. So how does that work vis a vis daily recommended nutritional requirements/targets?
Pillage, then burn.
I'd encourage you to reflect on a month's worth of data to determine where nutrients could be lacking (it might be worth taking this info to a dietitian).
You raise an important point though... Fasting increases risk of nutrient deficiency and if done, needs to be carefully planned to ensure micronutrient deficiencies do not develop.
Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
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