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The Many Methods Of Intermittent Fasting


Intermittent fasting throws the received diet wisdom of "three square meals a day" out the window. Intermittent fasting allows the body to have a prolonged period of rest without calorie intake. According to the Huffington Post, there are several ways intermittent fasting can be done. The 16:8 method involves consuming all calories within an eight-hour window. The 5:2 diet has two nonconsecutive days of a strict 500-calorie diet and five days of healthy food. Alternate fasters eat 500 calories during their fasting days and eat whatever they want on other days. And the "Eat Stop Eat" method has people drinking only zero-calorie liquids for 24 hours, once or twice a week.

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