The Ins and Outs of  Intermittent  fasting

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During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast throughout the day. Even if you are not a Muslim, you can still fast, and you get to decide how long you’ll be fasting. 

The advantages

Intermittent fasting is a simple and clean diet, one that only requires will and not much else. It also gives you more variety compared with other diets.


Intermittent fasting may cause dehydration and food cravings. You might be more inclined to binge sugary, processed foods.

Adjust your timing!

Although you can decide how long you’ll be fasting, the longer it is, the harder it will be. Many people opt for fasting between dawn and dusk. 

Eat clean

In the limited time frame that you are allowed to eat, opt for healthy choices. Make sure you include carbs, fats, and enough protein in your diet.

Balanced portions

During the time you are allowed to eat, do not binge on food! Remember that this diet requires will, eating balanced is as important as the fasting part.

Remember to workout

No diet will work unless combined with a healthy workout routine! Include cardio and weight lifting to your schedule at least 3 times a week!

Hydrate often

Dehydration is probably the biggest downfall you will experience during intermittent fasting. Make sure that you drink enough water.

Commit to it

If you commit to intermittent fasting, you’ll be hungry most of the time. Remember that this is okay, and stick to your diet. The rewards will be worth it!

Take care of your body

Intermittent fasting is rewarding only if you do it right. Do not overcommit to it, and follow the program for short periods of time. 


Intermittent fasting is a rewarding program if you commit to it. Make sure you hydrate often and eat balanced meals, and know where to stop!

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