Intermittent fasting has grown widely popular within the last few years. It is used as a eating lifestyle that is routinely followed rather than a short term diet designed to lose weight.
While traditionally experts have recommended eating three regular meals a day, intermittent fasting turns that traditional advice on its head. While there are different programs and schedules, all types of intermittent fasting have the individual skip a meal (or more) on a regular basis. As the scientific research has shown, this approach can be surprisingly beneficial. This guide will help you:
Those who regularly intermittently fast have reported positive results, such as improved weight loss, better blood sugar control, better cognitive functioning, increased energy, and more. Learn more now!