Intermittent Fasting – Fact or Fad?
Is Intermittent Fasting what you need to lose more fat and build more muscle, quickly?
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. At least that what they tell us. Intermittent Fasting has gained popularity in recent years and is bringing that notion into question. So, is it still the case that your bowl of Sugar Puffs in the morning is the most critical food that will pass your lips all day. Or was The Honey Monster wrong all along? And is Intermittent Fasting the meal timing strategy you need to get those big results?
To answer that question, this article is going to pick through the detail and confusion for you. Because you’re going to find out all the information on Intermittent Fasting you’ll ever need. Now, some of you will know about the concept already. But for others it will be an alien concept that requires further explanation.
Without doubt, when I first heard about the idea of Intermittent Fasting (IF for short) I was immediately sceptical. Going without food for a lengthy period of time and then ‘feasting’ for a fixed period of time sounded like just another fad diet approach, pedalled by some celebrity.
However, my initial scepticism may have been misplaced. Because there is evidence to show that it might have some legs.
What you’ll discover in this article
This definitive guide to Intermittent Fasting is my way of giving you the answers to those burning questions. Ultimately, I’m aiming to help you decide if Intermittent Fasting is something you want to try for yourself. Because it might not be for everybody, but it could be the nutrition strategy you’ve been looking for.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- What the whole Intermittent Fasting concept actually is.
- What the weight / fat loss benefits associated to Intermittent Fasting are.
- If there are any additional health health benefits with Intermittent Fasting
- How to figure out if Intermittent Fasting is right for you.
- When you should and shouldn’t you use Intermittent Fasting
Let’s get right into the detail and find out if Tony the Tiger was right. Is breakfast really “ggggggggrrrrrrrrreat”?