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Disclaimer: Intermittent fasting is considered a controversial topic by some AND depending on your health may not be a good idea- so you are responsible for checking with your doctor or medical professional before doing this. I am not a medical professional and the following are just my opinions based on my own experience and the research that I've done. There are quite a few books that expound on both the history and proof of the efficacy of fasting and I firmly believe in it's use, when done the right way, myself.
Finishing An Intermittent Fast Day In Phase 4
In Phase 4: An intermittent fast day is just fasting all day and then eating whatever you want for dinner (within reason of course - not talking half a box of donuts here) but to give you some examples of how I conclude my fasts:
If I'm feeling super will-powery that day (not usual): At home: Cook up some lean London broil and a Phase 3 smoothie, maybe a couple toasted corn tortilla's with butter (remember this is phase 4) or chicken breast at home, with some feta cheese crumbles and a whole container of chopped up strawberries with stevia sprinkled on it, followed by a phase 3 chocolate dessert smoothie. My husband sometimes makes Mexican street tacos, and in phase 4 I'm eating the tortillas.
When I'm feeling just normal and just want to keep things in check (usually): Go to crossfit at 5:30pm, do my workout, head to my local grill at 6:45, and by 7 I'm eating a bunless 1/2 lb burger patty, side salad with mustard vinaigrette and French fries. I might also come home and have a phase 3 chocolate dessert smoothie before bed. Now keep in mind, the level I have worked my metabolism up to through crossfit and weight lifting is about 2,000 calories a day for maintenance, so just how much food you eat for dinner while still producing a little fat loss for your fast day will vary- basically you should feel free to have a pleasurable meal that's satisfying an filling, but if you eat SO much that you feel totally stuffed, then you may not end up having any results from a fast day.