Intermittent Fasting May Have Health Benefits Beyond Weight Loss | TODAY

12 thoughts on “Intermittent Fasting May Have Health Benefits Beyond Weight Loss | TODAY

  1. Muslims fast like this. And like they mentioned young children, the elderly, the sick and the the pregnant/breastfeeding mothers are exempted from fasting. ❤️

  2. Intermittent fasting when you are not in ketosis would be a disaster – it would set off sugar cravings and intense hunger. Running your body/self on glucose requires many refills all day long. Running on ketones? When you don't eat for 16-20 hours out of 24, you access stored fat instead of dietary fat, and you don't get hungry nor have sugar cravings.

  3. I'm 20 hours into my fast right now and I love this way of eating! It helps me maintain my big weight loss, I enjoy eating larger meals, but not going over in my calories and I feel amazing. So happy to see IF going mainstream.

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  5. I've been doing a 16 to 19 hour daily fast since September, 2019. In addition to positive results mentioned in the video I experience a dramatic uptick in energy during morning hours that continues until I eat (usually between 11 am and 2 pm). This may be due to caffeine (I drink black coffee – half-caff – in the morning, switch to full-caff after I eat then decaf around 3-4 pm). It is a very good feeling feeling. Interestingly, my body now interprets hunger in a not unpleasant way – it is something I look forward to. I think you have to experience it directly to understand. I encourage anyone who wants to try this out to do so and see if it works for you!

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