Intermittent Fasting has received a lot of attention from researchers, and many claim that it is safe for many people if certain guidelines are followed.
Intermittent fasting is NOT safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women, type 1 diabetic, people with certain chronic disorders such as cancer, osteoporosis, osteopenia, children, frail elderly, patients with kidney or liver insufficiency, people who have or are susceptible to eating disorders, and people taking certain medicines (as always, check with your doctor to determine if an exercise or nutrition program is safe for your individual circumstances).
Which modes of Intermittent Fasting are safest for you?
There are several modes of intermittent fasting, and some modes are more difficult and advanced than others.
16/8 Mode, sometimes called the "Daily Time-Restricted Fasting" mode, is among the most popular modes of intermittent fasting and among the easiest to follow.
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