There is simply no doubt that intermittent fasting is good for you. Literally, a few seconds spent on a Google search will lead to countless articles on the topic. More importantly, there is good evidence for these benefits, so it is not just hype. For myself, I have been doing this quite consistently for a year (note: I don’t do it when I am on vacation and I will occasionally eat breakfast). What is more controversial is which type of intermittent fasting is best for you. That is a separate topic and I will not get into that now.
Many of these points have been brought together nicely by Kris Gunnars BSc.
I would add that there is a lot of overlap between the benefits of a low carb/keto diet and intermittent fasting, which is why I recommend both. It should be noted that there is much debate over details about the ketogenic diets, cycling in and out of a ketogenic diet, and the best way to do this. Again, that’s a topic for another blog article.
I personally have found that I feel incredibly good and healthy doing what my other blogs on the topic have covered – namely, intermittent fasting aided by taking at least one Pruvit ketone supplement in the morning and frequently a second one later in the morning or afternoon, in addition to following a low carb diet during the day.
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