Occasional breaks from food are a great trick for better health

Occasional breaks from food are a great trick for better health
Eating or snacking every few hours puts extra strain on the body or digestive system. The body does not have enough energy to repair and regenerate cells and tissues. That’s why intermittent fasting is a great idea. Indicates skipping meals or abstaining from food at certain times of the day (usually during 8,16 or 24 hours). The good news is that a person doesn’t even have to be deprived of food all day to enjoy the fantastic benefits of fasting.
Intermittent fasting is an easy way to lose extra pounds without giving up too much. This procedure has recently become very popular, although it is not a novelty in diets. People have long practiced intermittent fasting knowing about the healing properties of this procedure.
Popular celebrity actors Hugh Jackmann and Chris Hemsworth, for example, are proponents and practitioners of this idea. It is they who have made this idea even more popular in recent years. The body and digestive system rest during Intermittent fasting. All the energy that would otherwise be spent on digesting food is now focused on cell renewal and the process of regeneration and healing. It is said that during Intermittent fasting, “the body eats the body”, which has the professional name “autophagy”. This is a normal process by which the body renews its own cells. On other days, include quality nutrients, healthy fats and plant proteins to make Intermittent fasting even more effective. Eliminate sugar and refined carbohydrates that raise energy quickly (but lower it just as quickly).
Types of Intermittent fasting:
Intermittent fasting 16/8 – also called 16 hour fasting or time limited diet is great for beginners. Meals can be taken for 8 hours a day and the other 16 hours are without any food. For example, a person may choose to have all meals from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and no meals after that.
Intermittent fasting 24– this is an all-day fasting process. This means that a person does not take food all day (24 hours) once or twice a week. Days with normal meals and days without food or fasting days alternate here.
Intermittent fasting 5/2 is fasting that includes 5 days of normal fasting and 2 days of intake of only 500-600 calories.
It is important to know that a person can drink fluids during the Intermittent fasting process. It is recommended to use consumed water.
Top 3 Benefits of Intermittent Fasting:

  1. Melts fat deposits and helps break down muscle – occasional fasting speeds up calorie burning by encouraging the body to use fat deposits / supplies in the form of fuel. This way you lose weight faster and more efficiently. The body consumes glucose as the primary source of energy during periods when a person consumes food. The rest the body stores in the form of glycogen in the liver and muscles. The person does not give glucose to the body during the fasting period so the body begins to deplete glycogen stores. The body looks for new fat cells or new fuel once it depletes its glycogen stores. As a result, body weight is lost and fat around the abdomen is melted. Research says that during Intermittent fasting 16/8, fat deposits are significantly reduced. At the same time, muscle mass, strength and endurance are maintained. On other days when a person eats meals there should be no overeating but eating healthy and in moderation. This is how body weight is lost.
  2. Protects against heart disease and cancer and reduces inflammatory processes – studies say that occasional practice of Intermittent fasting reduces inflammatory processes in the body. This reduces the risk of degenerative and chronic diseases (diabetes, cancer, obesity, coronary heart disease).
  3. Protects brain health – Intermittent fasting reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, even rejuvenates brain cells. It provides mental clarity as witnessed by the users of this procedure. A person who performs Intermittent fasting and supplies the body with important nutrients, healthy fats and proteins will have a sharpened focus and the brain in excellent function.

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