intermittent fasting

The excessive consumption inherent in modern culture is driving a counter-reactive force among fitness enthusiasts embracing fasting and its spiritual origins.
Research into eating all your calories in a 10-hour window shows promising results in mice. People will follow because diets are to die for.
Making ATMs out of dieting advice is a thing and it doesn't seem like there's anyone out there to help you. Except maybe you.
If you're not into counting macros and calories and building up nutritional spreadsheets, intermittent fasting may prove to be your best friend.
Although the very notion of intermittent fasting may imply adjusting one’s eating according to a pre-determined timetable, it does not come with an "everything-you-nom-is-OK-in-the-afternoon" card.
You don't have to go crazy and be in a constant state of deprivation. Just make a commitment to some smart rules and know when to break them.
You have a lot more freedom with your eating than you probably thought.
In a study of obese men, intermittent dieting was found to reduce compensatory metabolic responses and improve weight loss efficiency.
When you eat is just as unique and important as what is on your plate.
Hormonal balance and maintaining clear cognition are the most important aspects of experimenting with IF.
The basic premise of this diet is to fast two days per week. Here's what else you need to know.
Is intermittent fasting a gym science myth or an effective means of fat loss? The answer might be up to you.
You might have heard doing fasted cardio can accelerate fat loss, but the real trick might not be as sexy as that.
For calorie control, appetite management, and health, my go-to is intermittent fasting.
Thanksgiving is approaching, so here is my advice on how to gorge and guzzle, and not get fat.
It’s not called the fast fat revolution for nothing. A combination of fasting, food quality, carb reduction, and reduction of stress can help you burn fat and set yourself up to build muscle.
Scientists studied the effects of weight training while fasting by observing Muslim bodybuilders during Ramadan. It turns out not eating after your workout might not matter.