Intermittent Fasting- How To Start
Methods of Intermittent Fasting
Following are the well known popular methods of performing Intermittent Fasting:
Alternate Day Fasting: This plan involves alternating “fast” and “feast” days. Fasting days consist of a single 500-calorie meal at lunchtime. People do not have to restrict what, when, and how much they eat on feasting days.Other alternate day fasting plans involve completely abstaining from food every other day.
Two Days per Week Fasting: This method involves fasting 2 days per week. On fasting days, women eat 500 calories, and men eat 600 calories. People maintain their usual eating routines for the other 5 days.
Daily Intermittent Fasting: Daily intermittent fasting limits eating to a certain number of hours each day. The 16:8 diet is a common method. It involves fasting for 16 hours per day, leaving an eight-hour window for eating.
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