Intermittent Fasting For Weight Loss *How To*
Intermittent Fasting For Weight Loss tips and tricks explained for beginners. How to start so you can burn fat and lose weight while you sleep without having to go on a strict diet.
Have you been thinking about going down the intermittent fasting path. If you’re like me you’ve been hearing all different versions of how to intermittent fast and wondering if it is safe for menopausal woman, or is it harmful for menopausal women? It’s pretty confusing out there with all the different information to consume.
Well, I’ve been doing intermittent fasting the most of this year I share the results that I found including weight loss, mental clarity a full night sleep and way more energy. . I started experimenting for the longevity benefits and not to lose weight, but the first thing I noticed was my belly fat reduced quiet noticeably….I know you can’t spot reduce fat areas on your body so the reduction of belly fat will have been related to hormones…and as we know, during menopause weight storage around the mid-section is a fact of life.
You can fast for 8, 12, 16 or 20 hours a day. This might sound excessive to you but I’m gonna break it down and show you how easy it is to get started. I share the why I intermittent fast, and follow up with my own results and then finish off with my tips and tricks to stay away from eating while I’m intermittent fasting.
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In depth article explaining the science behind intermittent fasting:
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