Intermittent Fasting For Fat-Loss: Risky Reward?



I’ve touched on Intermittent Fasting before, now it’s time to update my position with some New science. First, I am a proponent of fasting and intermittent fasting, IF done appropriately and accordingly. There’s a circadian rhythm science that many are NOT aware of that I bring up in this video. As always, it’s about overall balance and implementing variety into one’s healthy lifestyle rather than jumping bandwagons. Yes everyone is different, but as I’ve said many times, “Everyone is human too.” Therefore, while we are different, there are certain fundamental principles that tend to apply to the majority of people.

References:

Intermittent fasting: The next big weight loss fad-

Breakfast skipping and the risk of type 2 diabetes: a meta-analysis of observational studies-

The causal role of breakfast in energy balance and health: A randomized controlled trial in obese adults-

Impact of breakfast skipping compared with dinner skipping on regulation of energy balance and metabolic risk-

Fasting until noon triggers increased postprandial hyperglycemia and impaired insulin response after lunch and dinner in individuals with type 2 diabetes: a randomized clinical trial-

Priming Effect of a Morning Meal on Hepatic Glucose Disposition Later in the Day-

Diurnal variation in insulin sensitivity of glucose metabolism is associated with diurnal variations in whole-body and cellular fatty acid metabolism in metabolically normal women-

The second-meal phenomenon is associated with enhanced muscle glycogen storage in humans-

The time of day of food intake influences overall intake in humans-

Matching Meals to Body Clocks—Impact on Weight and Glucose Metabolism-

System-wide Benefits of Intermeal Fasting by Autophagy-

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