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5 Health Reasons You Should Try Intermittent Fasting

Seasonal fasting is one of the most popular foods today. There are no signs of a recent loss of interest.

 Although there are up to six types of broken fasts, the most common are 16's 8's 8 and 5's 2, 2 for five days a week and fast for two (eat less than 500 calories in those 2 days). If we look at what a temporary fast is, let's look at the benefits of IF and why so many individuals choose a low-carbohydrate diet or other type of diet.

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 1. Calorie Limit The only way to lose weight is to reduce your calorie intake.

 Fasting can be a great way to reduce your calorie intake, especially 16 ፡ 8, as it is not possible to eat much in the 8-hour window.

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 Many people, especially those who do not have enough time to plan a meal, find it easier to follow a keto or paleo diet.

 2. Controlling blood pressure

 It is important to maintain a healthy blood pressure level as high blood pressure increases the risk of heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. According to a study published in the June 2018 issue of Nutrition and Healthy Aging, 16 ፡ 8's 8's 8's more effective than other diets in lowering systolic blood pressure.

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 Although IF may appear to lower blood pressure, this effect will only last as long as the exercise continues. After the diet stopped, people's blood pressure returned to normal and they resumed their normal diet.

 3. Helps to lower bad cholesterol

 

 There are two types of cholesterol in the body: good cholesterol (HDL) and bad cholesterol (LDL). If low levels of LDL and triglyceride in the blood are found to be low, these unsaturated fatty acids in the blood can lead to stroke, heart attack and heart disease.

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 4. Improving cognitive skills;

 When it comes to calories, there are many benefits to eating. It has been shown to increase metabolism, reduce brain cell damage, and increase the chance of new brain cells. IF has also been shown to increase BDNF levels, which is low in protein and contributes to dementia. IF has anti-inflammatory effect and may promote healthy aging.

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 5. Get a better night's sleep

 If you feel like going into a coma after a big meal, you know how much your diet affects your alertness and sleep. Some people say they can get better sleep by following an IF diet. According to the nutritionist, "IF and mealtimes can affect sleep."

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 Another theory is that if the last meal is eaten early in the evening, the food is digested when you go to bed. According to the National Slip Foundation, when digestion works better and sleep on the full stomach, it can cause acid reflux or heartburn, making it harder to fall asleep.

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