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I like your logic, and it makes it simple…. and if it works for you – GREAT!
But… unfortunately, the human body is not simple. So, if someone else tries this, and it doesn’t work – don’t fret! It could be for a variety of reasons –
Like, you need salt, not calories, or need to stop obsessively sipping water.
I took my temperature at the following times for a few months:
Before quitting time
And averaged those to get my “basal metabolic rate”… once I could keep that above 98F, I was happy. I would hit 99F after eating and after exercise, but after sitting for a long time, it would drop.
I go by hand & feet comfort now. When I get cold, I make myself a snack. :)
I’m about 3 hours post-breakfast right now (one with tasty hashbrowns, bacon & eggs), and been sitting at the PC for over an hour, still (slowly) sipping coffee. Temp is at 99.3F. WhooHoo!