Obesity is one of the most widespread health issues in the modern age. What makes it so serious is that it is often the root cause of serious health problems like type 2 diabetes, strokes, cardiovascular issues, etc. The comfortable and sedentary modern age lifestyle, coupled with an unbalanced fast food-oriented diet, accelerate this problem. 
However, it is not all doom and gloom for us, as healthcare professionals and doctors have proposed various solutions, such as fasting, calorie restriction, and keto dieting to combat these growing concerns. Intermittent fasting and keto diets have been the rage recently due to their evidence-based methodologies and the results they provide in a short period.
Now, some people think that intermittent fasting (IF) and ketogenic diets can be combined to get quicker and better results. Confused? Don’t worry. We have your back. Further in this article, we will provide all the information you need on combining ketogenic and intermittent fasting diets so that you are better informed about this unique approach and can decide if you should try it yourself.
Excerpted from Fitness Volt