Who is intermittent fasting for weight loss?

Who is intermittent fasting for weight loss?

Is breakfast the most important meal? Apparently not. You may not know it, but this myth has been disproved (I talk about it here).
Okay, but is it true that eating small, frequent meals increases your metabolism? No, that’s not true either (I’m talking about it here).
While these myths have been debunked, and it has been found that some are trustworthy, others not, more and more people have become interested in intermittent fasting as a way to lose weight, a practice known as “meal timing”.

In fact, following intermittent fasting does not mean fasting, but it does mean reducing the number of meals , often within a time window, which can be 12 hours, 8 hours, 16 hours and even 4 hours.
You eat a single meal or two meals or as many meals as you want within that time frame. For example, if I choose a 16 hour fast, my time frame for eating will be 8 hours.
Hopefully not continuous or a 100 course meal comes out.
In short: there are those who eat once or twice a day and do not eat the rest of the time. This according to some:
– it would promote insulin sensitivity, therefore it would adjust the blood sugar, the sense of satiety, and would reduce the hunger for sweets
– it would improve some health parameters, including cholesterol and triglycerides

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