What is intermittent fasting?
Is intermittent fasting more effective than other weight-loss regimes?
Losing weight seems to be a rather simple equation: calories consumed minus calories spent. If the result is greater than zero, you gain weight. If the result is negative, you lose weight. You can achieve a better result by increasing your physical activity or reducing the total number of calories in your diet. There are hundreds of groups and websites that can propose programs to help you with this. Of course, you can combine both, and it will be easier if you develop a program tailored for you with the help of a doctor, nurse, kinesiologist, dietitian, psychologist or any other qualified health care professional.
What are the other beneficial effects of intermittent fasting?
A method suited for everyone?
How does intermittent fasting work?
How to initiate your diet
How about this abstinence?
Are there any side effects to intermittent fasting?
What to take away from this method
- Cabo, Rafael De, and Mark P. Mattson. “Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease.” New England Journal of Medicine 381, no. 26 (2019): 2541–51. https://doi.org/10.1056/nejmra1905136.
- Thompson, Dennis. “'Intermittent Fasting' Diet Could Boost Your Health.” WebMD. WebMD, December 26, 2019. https://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20191226/intermittent-fasting-diet-could-boost-your-health.
- Tello, Monique. “Intermittent Fasting: Surprising Update.” Harvard Health Blog, February 10, 2020. https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/intermittent-fasting-surprising-update-2018062914156.
- Lefebvre, Myriam. “Jeûne Sec : Une Diète Inquiétante Qui Suggère De Ne Pas Boire D'eau.” Le Journal de Montréal, February 6, 2020. https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/02/06/jeune-sec-une-diete-inquietante-qui-suggere-de-ne-pas-boire-deau.