Intermittent Fasting News
It's important to remember that fasting is a strategy and never a strict diet. There are several things to think about before beginning intermittent fasting, especially for women
Intermittent fasting: As everyone has different physiology, eat in a way that is optimal for you and your metabolism
Intermittent fasting alternates between eating and fasting intervals. Intermittent fasting can be done in a variety of ways, like twice a week, on an alternate day, or at specific hours. It has varied positive and negative effects on men and women
Just because someone you know is following a particular plan, does not mean you should also adopt it. This increases the chances of leaving the diet.
Over the last decade, intermittent fasting (IF) has emerged as one of the biggest diet trends globally. Experts have promoted its benefits and celebrities from Hugh Jackman to Malaika Arora have endorsed it.
What most people fail to realise when getting excited about a new diet is the sustainability factor, but it’s clearly the most important one.
A study conducted on fruit flies showed that switching from a restricted diet to a freer diet caused issues related to overall mortality and reproduction.
The way metabolic switching works is very simple, but if you have a sedentary lifestyle then the switch can never be triggered, no matter how long you fast.
Research shows that alternate day fasting may have a positive effect in terms of reducing belly fat and lowering cholesterol levels.