Intermittent Fasting: What is it, and how does it work?


The dangers of intermittent fasting


Intermittent fasting is safe for many people, but it is not suitable for everyone. Although periodic fasting benefits are many and many, they come with several potential risks, but they usually disappear within a month. Those who follow intermittent fasting may be affected with:

•Various digestive problems and disorders.

•Weight gain resulting from overeating outside fasting hours.

•Side effects that may arise when starting intermittent fasting and gradually fade as the body gets used to it, including fatigue, hunger, insomnia, nausea, headaches

•Intermittent fasting negatively affects fertility in women

•Lack of focus resulting from less food intake.

•When eating large quantities during breakfast hours, it may have an opposite role in losing weight, causing weight gain.

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