Do I have to eat all 8 bananas on day 4?
I had one banana, one glass of milk and a small bowl of vegetable soup for both breakfast and lunch. I also had 1 banana for a snack. Dinner is in 1.5 hours and I still feel really full. I don't think I can manage to eat 8 bananas. It's too much for me. Is the 8 bananas for some chemistry? Do u still have to eat it if I'm really full?
I think the 8 bananas is UP TO 8 bananas a day, not that you have to eat that many. I have also seen it as up to 4 large or 6 small bananas a day. I am a little worried, however, that you feel full with what little you have eaten for the past four days. And as far as I know, there is no actual scientific data to support the diet you are on, so please pay attention to what your body is telling you. Often, it is a bit smarter then we are.
What sort of diet has you eating just bananas and soup? This does not seem like a sustainable venture.
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