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Intermittent Fasting as a lifestyle?

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Is Intermittent fasting sustainable enough to be a lifestyle? Is it just to difficult to do for the rest of your life? What will you do if you have to go back to normal eating?

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* I’m not a nutritionist nor am I a doctor all information given has been gathered by personal experience and information that I researched and compiled over the years. Always consult a physician before starting a new diet, eating regiment, or workout plan.

Many fitness guru’s are yelling foul… They are claiming that you should not do Intermittent Fasting because it is a clear quick fix and that when you “go back” to normal all your weight will return. Im here to explain why that is not the case and why it may fix things quicker than normal but it is 100% sustainable.

Are there any aspects of Intermittent Fasting that you would like me to touch on? If so let me know in the comments section below.

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19 thoughts on “Intermittent Fasting as a lifestyle?”

  1. You are absolutely right in the time IF frees up in your life AND the money you save.

    But what truly amazes me is how I don't get hungry lol I missing eating often lol but I don't get hungry during my 18-20hr fasting state.

  2. Ive been doing IF 18/6 20/4 every single day for 8 months now.. After the first week or so it stops being a big deal, it stops feeling like a chore.. i maybe break my fast early 2 or 3 times a month and I dont sweat it, because when it comes to losing weight a lot of it is being in a caloric deficit but IF def helps.

    Also like you said, it is so much easier of a lifestyle. Love when friends/family complain about being "hungry" after they ate 4 or 5 hours beforehand, im just thinking "I fast 20 hours daily… "

  3. It is absolutely a lifestyle!! I love it!!! Here's one thing about going back… Who the fuck goes back?? Haha it's super sustainable. Absolutely mind blowing how people think it's a bad thing to skip breakfast. Great vid bro. Thumbs up, all day every day!

  4. Read "Alzheimer's Prevention & treatment Diet " by Richard S. Isaacon, MD and Christopher N. Ochner, PHD if you want another reason to I/f …. or any current Alzheimer's book . If that does not get you try "The Obesity Code" by Jason Fung, MD

  5. Hi!! Question… If I'm constantly IF, how easy will it be for me to gain and sustain muscle? I really want to try this but I'm so scared that I'm going to lose my thighs and glutes that I've worked so hard to build up and tone! 😱

  6. I agree. IF is a pretty sustainable lifestyle. When people ask me why I do it. I just tell them it's natural. I made this one up but it makes sense, breakfast is called breakfast coz you break your fast. That gets them thinking.

  7. Dude! IF is one of the best things I've ever discovered! I feel light,lean,energetic,clearer mind, omg & you're right! I am free from always thinking about food & diets. best thing ever & i am NEVER turning BACK!!!

  8. It's been more than 4 months I am doing it and i do a 60 min brisk walk and later on aftwr 3hrs of rest I do 45 mins of vigourus weight training I do this 6 days a week and I am 43 I feel great…no 6 meals a day for me…ill start binging i know me!😊

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