There's discussions about the validity of a single day fast, longer spans without food and taking fluids only, and balancing opinions as to why this diet or that diet is better / worse / stupid. And that's the thing about nutrition and diets; everyone has a different opinion, and it seems that research can prove or disprove pretty much every theory you can poke a fork at.
Now, Mr. Husband, who always swore to be a meat-and-three-veg kinda guy has changed his food intake a LOT. There's still some sharpening up to do, but for a man who used to only eat white bread, meat, potatoes, chicken maryland and gravy, to now willingly choose brown rice, lean meats, fish and loads of veg is a bit of a miracle.
Today, he decided to try a fasting day. Breakfast, no lunch and no dinner. Even his beloved cups of tea became black with no sugar.
Who IS this man?
I may have to get up early and cook him bacon and eggs for breakfast in the morning because I'm predicting he'll be eyeing off the dog and picturing her covered in gravy by the morning!
As this unfolds I'll watch with equal parts of interest and suspicion. It can't be all bad, can it?