The following has not been approved by the FDA or Dr Fauci.
This diet is a combination of the intermittent fasting and the diet of refugees fleeing from war. On the Camino Fisterra, there are few places to stop for a breakfast let alone a second breakfast like many places in Spain. We would finish our lunch around 4 (typical midday meal is between 1-4. Dinner is served around 9). We would then get up in the morning and walk for 4 or 5 hours before we would shower, do our laundry and then eat again between 1 and 4. Even gorging yourself on every French fry and piece of Spanish bread, This schedule tends to cause the weight to melt off your body. I have not been able to step on a scale but I can tell it is working every day when I yank my belt tight enough to keep my pants up and there is more belt than yesterday. I am not concerned, however. I have lost hundreds of pounds in my lifetime on this and other diets. I have always been able to find the pounds again soon enough. Gentle Readers are welcome to try this diet at your own risk.
I will attach a series of photos of our day which was a comfortable and leisurely day of travel and travel arrangements for our next phase in Madrid tomorrow.