Intermittent fasting is a diet where you eat on certain days, or specific times normal and on other days or specific times very little.
Usually, you leave a very gap between meals.
There are different types of intermittent fasting depending on the time when you eat and when you fast.
Research has shown that intermittent fasting maybe a good way to manage wait and decrease the risk of certain diseases. there were a range of intermittent fasting plans.
16/8: this plan means eating for 8 hours and fasting for 16 hours.
5: 2: this plan involves eating regularly five days a week and for the other two days there will be a limited in tag of food of about 500 to 600 calories.
Zero calorie beverages such as coffee or tea and of course water are allowed during fasting periods.
Like with any other diet, this should only be done under the supervision of a professional.
Some people should definitely not select a diet of intermittent fasting. It is important to cheque with a GP whether you fall into any of those categories.
There are also a number of apps that help with some of these intermittent fasting approaches.