First Steps into Intermittent Fasting
Research links intermittent fasting to benefits including:
•improved markers of health
•a reduced risk of chronic health conditions
•improved brain health
This course will discuss the top 3 methods of intermittent fasting and will answer your question on what you should do or not to do during this type of fasting.
A review from 2016 reports that intermittent fasting could lead to a reduction in blood pressure, heart rate, cholesterol, and triglycerides in both humans and animals. Triglycerides are a type of fat present in the blood that has links to heart disease.
Researchers have also found that intermittent fasting could improve aspects of cardiovascular health.
Studies in mice have shown that intermittent fasting could improve brain health.
Intermittent fasting can also decrease several biological factors with links to cancer, such as insulin levels and inflammation.
Generally, studies suggest that intermittent fasting is as effective as traditional calorie restriction methods when it comes to reducing weight and body fat. It may also be easier to stick to than traditional methods of weight loss, such as calorie restriction. At some point, intermitted fasting becomes a habit so you can stay in shape and healthy.
In a nutshell, weight loss is the most common reason for people to try intermittent fasting. By making you eat fewer meals, intermittent fasting can lead to an automatic reduction in calorie intake. Additionally, intermittent fasting changes hormone levels to facilitate weight loss.
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