By Trimwell, May 8, 2022
If you’ve ever tried to lose weight on a diet, you may be wondering: “How do I not gain back the weight I lost?” The answer is simple: don’t eat for at least 14 hours after fasting. Your body needs these resting hours to replenish its stored glycogen and muscle mass. While this rebound of weight is natural, it can be minimized. You can limit the amount of temptation in your home by storing high-calorie foods out of sight and out of reach.
If you have difficulty losing weight, start slow and incorporate small amounts of physical activity into your daily life. As you start to feel healthier, your exercise routine will become easier and less daunting. Try to find something that you enjoy doing, whether it’s walking, dancing, hiking, cycling, playing Frisbee with a dog, or activity-based video games. These are all excellent ways to get your body moving and lose weight while fasting.
Once you’ve lost the weight, the hardest part is keeping it off. Once intermittent fasting has ended, the weight may creep back, particularly if you’ve slacked on your diet. This is where discipline comes into play. You can use these strategies to keep yourself at your desired weight after fasting. And, of course, you can never go back to your old eating habits. Just remember that intermittent fasting doesn’t have any permanent benefits, and it may take some time to see a visible difference.
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