What's In It For You?
Intermittent Fasting (IF) has been around for ages but is becoming more popular as health seekers realize its benefits. The practice is an eating pattern that rotates periods of fasting and eating. One popular IF practice is the the 16/8 method. It calls for skipping breakfast and restricting your daily eating period to 8 hours, maybe between 1–9 p.m. Then you fast for the other 16 hours.
Research shows health benefits in the areas of weight loss, insulin resistance, reduced inflammation, heart health, lower cancer risk, brain health and anti-aging. IF is not for everyone. It’s not recommended for kids, pregnant or nursing women, as well as those with eating disorders. Could it be good for you? Do a little digging for more information on intermittent fasting. Then share the info and your experience with those you care about. Let’s spread the health! iGrow Girl and Contagious Health 🥗😎🥪