Some criticisms of intermittent fasting suggests that this weight loss method slows the metabolism, making weight loss harder, not easier. But, is that claim accurate? If you are seriously considering intermittent fasting then this is a must read for you.
Intermittent fasting goes against conventional wisdom, suggesting that periods of fasting can significantly help with weight loss and overall health. This idea is partly based on the cellular process of autophagy, along with the idea that we simply shouldn't be eating as often as we do.
There are various forms of intermittent fasting, including variations where people only eat for 8 hours each day or cases where people are doing longer-term fasts. But, research and personal accounts confirm that intermittent fasting can work well for health and for weight loss.
The concept of autophagy continues to gain interest for people trying to lose weight and improve their health. But, what is autophagy really? Here we explore autophagy and how it relates to fasting, cellular body repair and improving your overall health.
If you’re looking for a way to lose weight, intermittent fasting is an interesting approach to try. Despite common myths, it doesn’t harm your metabolism, and it can be a useful tool for weight loss. Don’t believe me? Read on.
For many people, getting past a weight loss plateau is a significant challenge. But, it doesn’t have to be with this powerful technique.
The 16 8 diet goes against conventional wisdom, suggesting that you can lose weight by restricting your eating hours and essentially skipping a meal. But, does this process actually work in practice or is it just a diet fad?