Intermittent Fasting Explained

What is intermittent fasting?

It is the easiest thing in the world. Lots of people are doing it as it is becoming more and more popular.

People are getting amazing results from it and if you are bold enough to try it you will see great results in your overall health.

Intermittent fasting is a habit of eating. There is no restriction to what you are eating or how much you are eating but, it’s more about how you eat.

It is basically dividing your time into two windows. You have a fasting window where you don’t consume any calories for an amount of time and you have windows where you can eat anything for an amount of time.

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INTERMITTENT FASTING – PART 2

What is intermittent fasting?

What is intermittent fasting?

It is the easiest thing in the world. Lots of people are doing it as it is becoming more and more popular. People are getting amazing results from it and if you are bold enough to try it you will see great results in your overall health. Intermittent fasting is a habit of eating.

There is no restriction to what you are eating or how much you are eating but, it’s more about how you eat. It is basically dividing your time into two windows. You have a fasting window where you don’t consume any calories for an amount of time and you have windows where you can eat anything for an amount of time.

Types of intermittent fasting

There are many types of intermittent fasting windows that exist and I encourage you to do some research and find one that suits your lifestyle and also that suit your health. I also recommend that you are healthy and fit to start intermittent fasting. If you are not sure then I recommend getting advice from a nutritionist to find out more. Continue reading “INTERMITTENT FASTING – PART 2”

INTERMITTENT FASTING – PART 1

INTERMITTENT FASTING

HERE IS HOW INTERMITTENT FASTING WORKS:
In order to understand how our body, gain or lose weight, we must understand how our body uses the food energy.

Since we do not eat food all the time, we have a system of storing food energy in the liver and as body fat for times where we are deprived of food.

Our body needs a continued source of energy for performing basic metabolic functions like the pumping of the heart, the liver and kidneys detoxifying, the lungs sucking air and the brain functioning etc.

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