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What is Intermittent Fasting?

Intermittent fasting has been gaining in popularity over the past few years. But what is intermittent fasting, exactly? And why should you consider giving it a try? In this blog post, we will answer these questions and more. We'll talk about the benefits of intermittent fasting, how to get started, and some tips for making intermittent fasting work for you. So if you're curious about intermittent fasting, or if you're looking for a way to jumpstart your weight loss journey, this is the blog post for you!


So how does intermittent fasting work?
Fasting involves alternating between periods of eating and not eating for specific lengths of time. It is a pattern of eating that alternates between periods of fasting and eating. During intermittent fasting, the body shifts from using sugar as its primary fuel source to ketones—the molecules produced when the body burns stored fat for energy.

There are a few different intermittent fasting methods, but the most common one is called the 16/8 method. This method involves fasting for 16 hours each day and then eating during an 8-hour window.


For those who are new to intermittent fasting, it is advised that they start with a shorter fasting period such as 12 hours or 16 hours each day. This will give your body time to adjust until you’re ready for an extended fast.


Some people also choose to do extended fasts, where they will fast for 24 hours at a time or even longer. This type of intermittent fasting can help speed up fat loss, as it allows the body to burn fat more efficiently.


Intermittent fasting has many health benefits, including reducing inflammation, lowering glucose levels, and improving metabolic health. In addition, it helps keep your metabolism running smoothly. When you fast regularly, your body will learn how to use ketones from fat better. This helps you stay in ketosis longer, improve mental clarity, and increase energy levels. and lose fat faster.


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BENEFITS OF INTERMITTENT FASTING

1. Improve metabolism and insulin sensitivity

2. Lower inflammation and increase autophagy

3. Boosts natural ketone production


There are a few things you should keep in mind when doing intermittent fasting:


To experience the maximum benefits of intermittent fasting and other forms of intermittent fasting, it is important to eat low-carb, healthier, and more nutritious foods. This can help ensure that your body has the nutrients it needs without overloading on calories. Additionally, making sure you get enough sleep and managing stress levels can also help maximize the benefits of intermittent fasting.


- Make sure you're drinking plenty of water and electrolytes, especially during your fasting periods.

- Avoid eating processed foods and sugars.

- Try to eat plenty of healthy fats and protein during your feeding periods.

- Don't overdo it; intermittent fasting is not a license to eat whatever you want.


Is intermittent fasting safe?

IF can be a great way to break through a weigh


t loss plateau or simply to give your metabolism a boost, but it's not for everyone. So if you're unsure whether IF is right for you, talk to your doc. If you have any health concerns, you should consult with your doctor before starting intermittent fasting.


Dr. Andi Campitieli on Intermittent Fasting


 

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