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    What to do after stomach flu

    Friday night, I went out, and had a couple drinks at a birthday party.

    I didn't drink to much... Figured I'd wake up with a minor hangover, and shake it off in an hour or two.

    Turns out I'd also picked up a stomach bug, that hit me at the same time Saturday morning... I could barely keep anything solid down all day. The rest of my body, other than being weak from lack of calories, felt fine. Just my guts were having a rattlesnake fight.

    Woke up Sunday morning, and my guts were fine... Started out eating light, post-poned my Sunday lift. Spent the day lightly re-feeding my body... Today I feel like I'm back to 99%.

    I'm just wondering if it's advisable to start my lift week again today, and if there's any special consideration I should put into my diet.

    Also... I'm a little concerned about a mild muscle loss during that starvation period.

    Thanks in advance!

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    If your feeling better than go right ahead just watch out for any signs of becoming ill again...other than that you should be ok..you know your body better than anyone else
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    Your not going to lose muscle just from one day of not eating enough calories. Just get back on the diet and train like normal.
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    I don't think you need to worry about muscle loss. One day is not going to do much IMO.
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