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How long does it take to deactivate the Famine Reaction?

This is an ongoing area of research. Some people can deactivate a Famine Reaction in a week or less, whereas in other people it takes longer, perhaps a month or more. Fortunately, you don't need to know how long your Famine Reactions last in order to lose weight with the Don't Go Hungry Diet because it will all happen automatically. When your body is amenable to burning fat you won't need to eat much in order to feel satisfied, and you'll naturally lose weight.

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