The concept of getting hydrated and feeding our body with requisite nutrients at intervals has been a subject of intense debate within public health, dietician, academic and lifestyle discussion, then came Intermittent Fasting, which threw the ancient rule book of eating at specified times out of the door.
Intermittent Fasting (IF) involves alternating between times you want to eat and drink with ones where you strictly abstain from it, hence, the fasting. Dieticians and Fitness enthusiasts categorised IF as dietary plan but some sources claim it is not.
However, a general consensus on IF described it as a popular method used for weight loss and improving one’s overall health and well-being. But many people have been going about the IF plan wrongly, hence the reason for guidance on how you can do IF in the right way.
Excerpted from Love Belfast