She also took my weight, which was 75kg - so around the same as when I started! I feel slightly better and less inflamed, and definitely haven't lost any muscle, but otherwise I haven't seen a huge change in body composition. Then again, I have been consuming 2800 (4L) to 4900 calories a day of raw milk! That's an average of 3'850 calories a day, and 47'200 in the past 12 days (adds up quickly!)! If my estimated energy expenditure is around 2200 (26400cals for the 12 days), that's an excess of 20800 calories! With the energy in/energy out model, theoretically, I should have gained then around 2.9kg, assuming a kilo of fat is around 7000 calories. So far, I've stayed the same (+- a pound), feel slightly better, but also haven't lost weight. It would be more accurate to get a DEXA scan to see whether there are changes in body composition (and bone density), even with no scale weight change, as a lot of people report an increase in lean body mass while on the milk diet even on bed rest (but usually, those were people who were also underweight) but alas!
The only available next meeting was the 12th of June, so I'm going to have to wait a while to get the results. I'm also a little conflicted whether I should do the tests (it's a stool test) while on the milk fast, as intuitively I think it would change the composition so much. But I will continue the milk fast at least until the 17th (my next endocrinology tests), which would be the 3 week mark, or even if I went on until the 23rd, the 1 month mark, I would still have time to then resume solid food for a few days and then do the tests.