One form of intermittent fasting, alternate day fasting (ADF), involves a 24-hour fast followed by a 24-hour non-fasting period. Alternate-day calorie restriction is under basic research for whether it can prolong life. One can choose fasting 23 hours with one meal per day.
In some contexts, fasting allows the consumption of a limited amount of low-calorie beverages such as coffee or tea. Modified fasting involves limiting caloric intake (e.g., 20% of normal) on fasting days rather than none at all, possibly retaining most of the benefits of intermittent fasting.
More generally, forms may choose to specify various ratios of fasting to non-fasting periods. The BBC2 Horizon documentary Eat, Fast and Live Longer covered people who committed to fasting two non-consecutive days per week. Known as the 5:2 diet, people consumed 400–500 calories (women) or 500–600 calories (men) during the days of fasting. During feed days, the diet was regular.
Just got done with my second day but it was tough because I decided to go for just one meal a day. After seeing your vid I might take it a bit easier and have a light lunch and a good size dinner instead of one monster dinner. Great job man. :)
Thanks for the questions @fortfoteen and @FastTill12 have posted video to answer those questions… keep it coming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dN_hzMvrdec
Do you lift weights bro? U look skinny fat
Good video. Thanks.
How close were you counting your calories?
I started fasting 16 hours a day every day since 15/August. My starting weight was 250 pounds and now i am 235. this does work Stay strong