To Intermittent Fast, or not to Intermittent Fast, that is the question

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To Intermittent Fast, or not to Intermittent Fast, that is the question Have you ever heard of intermittent fasting? Could you have ever imagined that not eating breakfast could bring you untold health benefits? Chances are you never came across intermittent fasting, well; trust me I guarantee you are missing out if you are unaware of it. By the end, of this article I am certain you will understand what intermittent fasting is and why it is so popular. What is intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting, (also called periodic fasting PF) is a type of eating pattern used by professionals and beginners all over the world to reduce fat percentage, increase growth hormone concentration in the body and simply spend less time cooking. Contrary…show more content…
Intermitting fasting does unfortunately cause some people to get fatigued especially if they are new to intermittent fasting therefore, I recommend people to not endure with intermitting fasting every day to prevent you getting tired , underperforming when training and reduce muscle growth. I also do not recommend enduring with intermitting fasting if you are over the age of 50 or if your body is still developing physically (children and teenagers) to prevent any potential growth side effects. Advantages of Occlusion training Now moving onto the advantages, one of PF’s best benefits is the fact that you will dramatically boost fat burning throughout your body, this is because when you eat food your body spends couple of hours changing the food into simpler nutritional units such as amino acids and simple sugars. Therefore when you are in a normal eating schedule, your body will actually use the food you ate throughout the day or the past hours to provide itself with energy and other required nutrients and vitamins. Although if you are in a fasted state your body will not have the option to use food as an energy source and will be forced to use the fat storage around your body ( including stubborn visceral fat ) to provide your muscles and other parts of your body with the required energy , nutrients and vitamins. This will lead to a

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