By Trimwell, April 28, 2022
A new study comparing 16/8 TRF and ADF has found more favorable results for ADF, particularly when it comes to weight loss and body mass index reduction. These results support the benefits of incorporating intermittent fasting regimens into normal dietary patterns. Moreover, these diets may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, two major health concerns. The authors thank the participants for their participation and the weight management clinic nurses for their support in this research.
There are many variations of intermittent fasting, but the most common is alternate-day fasting. In this schedule, you consume only water during the fasting days, while eating freely during non-fasting times. This type of diet has also been termed the 5:2 diet, because you fast for at least twelve hours on the fasting day, and eat regularly during the other five days. This type of diet is easy to follow, and can be used to lose weight if you combine it with another diet.
A few basic changes to your diet can help you follow the protocol with success. Avoid eating late in the evening and avoid snacks after dinner. Instead, stick to eating protein and vegetables, and eat carbohydrates earlier in the day, as they are metabolized better when consumed early in the day. Be sure to avoid refined grains and added sugars while fasting. Despite these side effects, intermittent fasting is beneficial for most people.
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