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What is Intermittent Fasting? The most accurate definition is the simplest one: IF is merely alternating intervals of not eating fasting with times where you are allowed to eat.
Or, to use IF parlance, you alternate a fasting period with a feeding window. The length of a fast depends on which intermittent fasting protocol you select—and there are several. The fasting period on specific plans can range from 16 hours all the way up to 36 hours with several stops in betweenand each of those specific plans will have benefits.
The exception for most people is sleep. Which brings me to my next point. The Most Important Meal of the Day? Breakfast is sort of a hot topic in the IF world, and in fact seems to be the first point of contention for people looking in on intermittent fasting from the outside.
Intermittent Fasting proponents tend to say no…which flies in the face of much of the dietary advice coming from every authority from Registered Dietitians to MDs.
In fact, many people are often scolded by their physicians for skipping breakfast—particularly people who are embarking on a plan to lose weight. There is some credence here, by the way: The espoused theory for the results was that the higher caloric intake early in the day led people to snack less often and lowered caloric intake overall.
If eating breakfast is the first step to weight loss, then clearly something else is going wrong. More evidence seems to support the breakfast idea, though.
Of course, proponents of the breakfast theory are quick to suggest that most people are simply eating the wrong breakfast, as quick n easy meals like Danishes and doughnuts, which can lead to weight gain. The only real argument that breakfast crowds have is insulin sensitivity.
As a very basic note on what this is and why this matters: Increasing insulin sensitivity almost always leads to more efficient dieting. Getting back to it, supporters of eating breakfast declare that as insulin sensitivity is higher in the morning, eating a carbohydrate-rich breakfast is going to have the greatest balance of taking in a large amount of energy without the danger of weight gain.
This brings us back to IF. Or more specifically, insulin sensitivity is higher when glycogen levels are depleted; as liver glycogen will be somewhat depleted from your sleeping fast. Intermittent fasting takes that a step further: Insulin sensitivity is also increased post-exercise due to further glycogen depletion in addition to other mechanismsand so I feel it makes the most sense to compound benefits by training in a fasted state and then having a carbohydrate meal or shake, maximizing the already potent effect of your para-workout nutrition.
Remember, the more important part is the length of the fast, not the time of the fast. Skipping breakfast just happens to be the easiest way to implement a fast. A discussion that mentions skipping breakfast—or any meal, really—will invariably lead into a discussion of meal frequency, which leads me to my next point.
It seems that over the past years, hundreds of diet books have been printed, and no two were identical. In fact, some of them have been in direct opposition to one another. Similarly, carb conscious plans generally call for products like yogurt or cottage cheese to be used as portable sources of protein, but many plans to reject dairy products altogether.
Despite the incredibly disparate natures of so many of these diets, the one thing that has been consistently suggested in most books published over the past 20 years is the frequency of meals.
In fact, the reputed benefits of eating small meals more often have never been scientifically validated. You see, TEF is directly proportional to caloric intake, and if caloric intake is the same, at the end of the day, there will be no metabolic difference between eating meals or Intermittent Fasting guru Martin Berkhan has summarized this study, its meaning, and the effects of such things quite well, but suffice it to say that it seems people who eat larger meals less frequently take in fewer calories and are more satisfied doing so.
My clients who practice IF eat 3 meals not counting a post-workout shakewhich they consume on days they train with weights. The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting Obviously, above and beyond the debunking of long-believed myths, there are numerous benefits to Intermittent Fasting that make it so popular.
In addition to feeling hungry less often, and more full when they do eat, these people benefit in terms of practicality and logistics. And speaking of caloric restriction: That is, a cell will turn to its own damaged proteins for energy.Early American Writers: John Smith, John Winthrop & Roger Williams Of Plymouth Plantation was written between and by William Bradford, who was the leader and 5-time governor of the.
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