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Thread: R6 - is 6 month break necessary?

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    R6 - is 6 month break necessary?

    My sister has done excellent on this diet loosing over 100lbs in the past 1.5 years and now she is looking to do her last and final round. However waiting 6 months for it is very hard since she is maintaing very well and is excited to keep going. Please let me know what your thoughts are on waiting the 6 months to start R6, will a shorter wait, lets say 4-5 months affect her losses and immunity to hcg?

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    I don't think it is so much about losses and immunity as it is about health. She's had amazing results losing a hundred pounds, but that has put her body, her skin, her heart, her organs through a lot of tough work. The six months will allow her to rest and recuperate from processing all that fat. Personally, I think 4-5 months will give her some rest, but not an optimal amount. I think 6 months would be best if she can wait that long, but if she can't (and I do understand the impatience) 4-5 months probably isn't the worst thing in the world.

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    Super Chief-Ninja Moderator grammy1952's Avatar
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    5 rounds, down 78# and at goal
    She will also be a lot happier with her skin if she takes the required breaks. 100 pounds is a LOT to lose and her skin needs time to catch up. I'd wait the 6 mos myself.
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    Congratulations to your sister, that is fantastic. I personally don't' think it's needed. Yes 100lbs is a lot of weight but when you average it over 1.5 years it wasn't a drastic loss. I think she would be fine restarting now.


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