A Simple Weight Loss Strategy

Intermittent fasting is a timed way of eating. You can fast entirely one or two days a week. Or you can do a daily fast by skipping breakfast or supper, and not eating calories for 16 hours. When you eat, your diet should be low in carbohydrates (bread, pastries, potatoes, pasta) and high in good fats (eggs, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, nuts, avocados) and always lots of vegetables.

It takes most people 8 to 12 hours to deplete their glycogen stores. They never get into fat-burning mode if they eat 3 meals a day. The intermittent eating schedule causes dependable daily fat-burning.

Intermittent fasting can have other health benefits including enhanced brain function, lowering triglycerides, normalizing insulin resistance and reducing inflammation.
This diet is not recommended for diabetics, hypoglycemics, pregnant or lactating women