True. I read in the Obesity Code that when someone starts to fast that their metabolism doesn’t slow down, it ramps up. I don’t know if it stays up past day 3 of no food. It makes sense for your body to give you more energy to catch that next meal so that you survive.
I was curious as to where the extra energy comes from after you used up your body’s available fat reserves for the day. Autophagy? Does your body go after the protein from the muscles that you’re not using? I’d love to find out. Just not sure how.