Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting

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While doing IF
Even if youre doing IF, youre going to have to watch what you eat during eating hours. You have to be conscious of how many calories you consume, and what you put in your body still
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Intermittent fasting
It works!
I was able to lose a good chunk of weight. The best thing for IF is to find a split that works for you and to stick to it! You got this!!
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1 month ago by Anonymous Watermelon

Are we convinced by the fasting healing powers
Are we convinced by the fasting healing powers ladies? . Evidently, fasting has the potential to help with various types of health issues women are prone to develop as they age. . 👉CANCER 👉fast mimicking diet has been shown to decrease bio markers related to cancer . 👉PSOC 👉 lifestyle change is the first line of treatment in overweight women with PCOS . 👉MUSCULOSKELETAL HEALTH: osteoporosis, RA, low back pain . 👉 fasting has been shown to have a positive effect on the specific hormones beneficial in improving bone health . 👉METABOLIC HEALTH . 👉studies confirm significant cardio protective actions of IF . 👉weight reduction, fat mass reduction, waist circumference reduction, improved insulin sensitivity . 👉MENTAL HEALTH . 👉decline common in menopausal transition . 👉fasting shown to improve self-esteem, reduced anxiety, stress and depression levels . 👉CONCLUSION from the OVERVIEW . 👉”Fasting can be prescribed as a safe medical intervention as well as a lifestyle regimen which can improve women’s health in many folds”
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3 months ago by Anonymous Orange

How many times do you eat breakfast because ..
How many times do you eat breakfast because you’re really hungry vs. eating out of habit because that’s what you do every morning. You may have heard that you should never skip breakfast or that you should eat frequently. Also, how often do you load up on carbs in the morning? Cereal, pastries, bread, oatmeal, juice, etc. There are two huge mistakes here: 1. Eating if not hungry 2. Eating mostly carbs for your first meal First rule of thumb is that you should not eat (good or bad food) if you’re not hungry. This should be common sense. Your body is telling you that it does not need food or energy. So you should wait until you truly feel hungry. Second rule of thumb is that after an overnight fast (because you were sleeping), your insulin is at its lowest in the morning, and most of you are starting to use your own fat for energy. Take advantage of it and don’t eat carbs for your first meal. Load up instead on protein and good fats. When you do this, your insulin remains relatively low and you continue to use fat for energy. Also you’ll be full and satiated for longer. Starting your day with a high amount of refined carbohydrates, sends you on a sugar and insulin rollercoaster that leads to feeling tired, crashing, craving and hungry often. Start your day right by eating only when you’re hungry no matter the hour, and when you break your fast eat protein + fat and avoid carbs. When you do this regularly, your healthy and energy will improve. If you apply this to every meal, that you’ll be in the best health of your life. This approach applies to dinner too. If not hungry, don’t eat and just go to bed
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Any one know?
How long until you start losing weight on intermittent fasting?
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I have a question
I never follow IF diet. I want to ask you, how did you benefit from fasting? How do you feel overall? What is the first thing you realized that changed in your body after fasting?
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