Intermittent Fasting For Weight Loss
What Is Intermittent Fasting?
The Weight Loss Secret?
Dating back to the 1900s intermittent fasting has recently become a popular trend. It is not actually a diet but a pattern of eating. Intermittent fasting is more about the hours of the day you eat, like 16 hours of the day (including your sleep) just drinking water and then 8 hours eating.
The body then start to resort to using the fat stored in your body as energy because it doesn't have a constant influx of calories from food. The longer the fast, the more fat burn.
Want to natural Increase your human growth hormone?
Intermittent fasting could help naturally increase levels of human growth hormone (HGH), which may improve your metabolism and body composition.
The heart will benefit from intermittent fasting too. Intermittent fasting has been shown to decrease levels of total and LDL (bad) cholesterol, as well as triglycerides, all of which are risk factors for heart disease.
Your brain will love you as your focus will become more clear. Your body will have more time to heal itself when not working on constant digestion. Also fat burn is an amazing source of energy that will fuel the brain protecting against certain degenerative diseases.
Intermittent fasting may be able to promote insulin resistance, helping stave off type 2 diabetes.
Who Should Try This Diet?
If your a healthy individual this diet could be for you. Whether you an athlete or an everyday person, intermittent fasting could be a beneficial addition to your habits.
It is important to note that children and teens, people with diabetes, low blood pressure, underweight, pregnant, breastfeeding, or people trying to conceive should consult a doctor before try this diet.
Losing weight is a lifestyle and intermittent fasting is just one tool. Create a lifestyle that works for you. It is possible to enjoy food and lose weight. It is all about balance. Keep bettering your life and yourself!
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