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How Long Does INTERMITTENT FASTING Take To Work? [2019]

How Long Does INTERMITTENT FASTING Take To Work? [2019]

How Long Does INTERMITTENT FASTING Take To Work? [2019]

How long does intermittent fasting take to work?! There are so many amazing stories of how intermittent fasting has been used to balance hormones, tap into fat burning mechanisms, reduce bloating and increase mental clarity. But how long does it actually take to see results with Intermittent Fasting? What can you expect with Intermittent Fasting? I’ll be sharing the details of Intermittent Fasting and the factors that will determine how long it takes for you to see results with today’s video.













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  1. When I started my weight loss program, I was doing intermittent fasting without even knowing what it is. 😂 One of my goals was to cut out “late night snacking,” which is a bad habit I have always had. Little did I know that when I cut out late night snacking, I was then fasting for about 14 hours everyday.

  2. I lost 50 lbs in 6 mo. I don’t follow a special diet and I eat fairly normally. I did cut all sugar from drinks. Very little fruit juice. High fats low processed foods. At least one 36 hr fast a week.
    I love my new fasting lifestyle. It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle
    God bless

  3. I've been intermittent fasting for 3 months and lost 30 lbs. I'm now 110 lbs and trying to lose at least 30-35 more pounds before Bike Week in Myrtle Beach, SC in May.

  4. I don't understand why nursing mothers will fast, its pathetic, you just had a baby, now relax and nurse the baby. What's the big deal in wanting to loose the baby fat🙄 I see celebrities trying to lose all the weight withing the first 3 month after giving birth. Why do women put themselves under pressure like that. No man telling me to lose weight, I've done it in my own time. I think a yr to 15month after is a good time. Don't forget some women go through PND.

  5. I've been "intermittent fasting" for most of my adult life ( I'm not far off 60 now), I wrote it in inverted commas because it wasn't fasting as such, with a goal in mind. I never even knew till a few months ago that what I'd been doing had a name. I did it because I only like eating in the evening and never even think about food in a morning / afternoon. I was eating too much once I did start eating in the evening though, and once I cut out all the high calorie junk ( and alcoholic drinks….plus not eating after about 7pm) 5 months ago, the weight started falling off immediately. I was losing about 3 or maybe 4 lbs a week at first, then it started slowing, and it's now about 1 lb a week. So far 47lbs lighter. I still don't really know if my body was able to switch to fat burning mode right away because I was so used to not eating anything from one evening to the next, ie several hours with no food ( and never hungry during those hours). Once I found out about the benefits of IF a few things started to make sense, for example I am never ill…haven't had flu for over 20 years when my kids were growing up / at school, and if I ever have a cold ( rarely) it is so mild that it's barely noticeable, and gone after a few hours. Any cuts or bruises or anything heal very quickly too. Who knows ? 🤷‍

  6. When I had my son I gained 3 stone as I lost the ability to walk and was in chronic pain in my hips for 2 years after. I saw a physio and slowly built up my strength again. Once I was able to I started to work out and eat healthy. I lost 3 stone in a year! When the first lockdown hit I had gone back to university and was finishing my second year. I was sat at my pc all the time, struggling to think so work took longer than usual, homeschooling my son so again sat not moving around. I was eating whatever was quick which gradually turned into me eating anything. I started to feel so tired by September all day every day I was napping and ruining my night sleep. This resulted in gaining 3 stone back! I started intermittent fasting 3 days ago and have already lost 2lbs. I am eating much better now and not huge portions like I was before. I think it's going to take me a while to lose what I regained back and I'm hoping my energy levels will come back soon but I am still needing a nap in the day. I've cut these naps down from 2 hours to an hour. I'm hoping that by the end of next month the naps will be gone and I'll have enough energy to start running and working out again.

  7. Thanks for this! My life has been transformed by this sort of information. I am turning 65 and for the past 2 years I have combined LOW CARB (Keto) with Intermittent Fasting, lost 82 lbs., came off ALL MEDICATIONS (2 for hypertension, one for high cholesterol and gave up my CPAP for sleep apnea). I am
    Loving life! I started my own YouTube channel “Bill C Thompson – Live Healthy, Finish Strong

  8. I am in! Trying to lose 20 lbs. I will start intermittent fasting from today!
    Exercise little in the morning with empty stomach &(12pm/5pm –5hours meal window) extra exercise in the afternoon and no meal after 5pm!!!

  9. It's been 1month idk I m loosing Or not🥺, n today my father said tht it may increase ur weight so m vry scared now🥺🥺

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