1. I finish one month today of intermittent fasting.20 hours,4hours eating window.You have no idea how my tummy has dropped.My aim is till December which will be 6 months still doing the 20hours.I'm very patient with this process.This fasting works.I'm now going 48hours with no food….Let the clock keep on ticking……….

  2. I tried intermittent fasting but it’s not something That would transition into a life habit for me. Only fasting for whole days at a time is where I found success. With intermittent I’m constantly looking at the clock anticipating those feasting hours which in turn keeps you hungry. Digestion starts in the brain.

  3. I started I eat once a day witch is dinner I drink water all day and maybe a cup of coffee this is amazing it's only my day 5 and woooow I'm so loosing the weight very fast I get up very early energised my skin is cleansing up I hated water now water is my best friend I'm so happy I can't wait to see my body after 2 weeks I do indoor work outs guys it's amazing

  4. Hi, I didn't start losing weight until I read this amazing book on the right types of food to eat without starving yourself. If you want a copy of this free book you can e-mail me at losingtheweightfast @ gmail. com (minus the spaces). Just put please send me the free e-book and I will send it right over. It has worked wonders for me.

  5. I love to fast! Especially OMAD (One Meal a Day)
    Real food foods don’t require an ingredient list. Meats, real cheeses, fruits, vegetables, water, coffee and tea unsweetened, exercising and fasting!
    No matter what I’m doing, where I travel, the occasion or holiday my eating doesn’t change! I eat only the foods mentioned or I fast! No calorie counting! I eat until don’t feel like eating anymore! If the foods I eat aren’t available I continue to fast! I’ve fasted for as long as three days!
    I eat when I’m ready to eat! My breakfast is (Break Fast)! I don’t eat in the morning! Only black coffee and water!
    No bread, pastas, pastries, rices, or potatoes!
    I’ve not eaten any of these for over a year!
    I don’t miss any of the foods I’ve eliminated!
    I don’t cheat with foods I’ve eliminated.
    I don’t miss my 3xl shirts or 38 waist pants! I don’t even get on the scale anymore!
    With real foods and real results! No ingredient list to read. When you eat real food you get real results!

  6. Its kind of hard when u work as a security guard. Your breaks change all the time. And im on my feet so by the time i get home i have no energy 2 do anything

  7. In the past Traditional Indians have been doing it for up to 5 times a week, depending on which our prayers and the vows we wish to take. Monday it's normally for Shiva, Tuesday it's for Hanuman and so on and so forth. It's the recent generations that have shied away from it. Generally despite all the spices and the oils in our diet, our parents and grandparents had no real health issues and lived forever. So it clearly works. Recently my daughter lost 10kg, in 3 months from intermittent fasting from 8pm till 12 in the day. Amazing results and at 47 years old, it is working for me. I look and feel 10 years younger and it's going to get better.

  8. In other word… The Eastern diet… Every Eastern civilization had a version of this diet .. be it Ramadan… Or Jainism…or regular Hinduism with their 2 meal a day concept (note that do waqt ki roti is a common phrase … Not teen ..I e 2 meals a day not three )…. West needs to reprove things we have already proved eons ago ..but it's k… trusting something from a 1000 yrs ago is tough .. You do you 🙂

  9. lol – love this!! this has been going on for ages in my religion (I am coptic orthodox, and islam) but it gets this inorganic attention through the mainstream media!!

  10. Day 1 159 lbs
    Day 2 8-5 lbs 151lbs-154lbs
    Day 3 156lbs +2lbs
    Day 4 150lbs -6lbs
    Day 5 156lbs +6lbs ate late
    Day 6 152lbs -4lbs

    This is the fastest diet ever!!! 💗

  11. Fasting is great. But, it takes self-discipline and mental toughness. Try it. It'll change your life. You'll develop a completely different relationship with food.

  12. Aside from the religious obligations upon Muslims during the Holy month of Ramadan, fasting has countless health benefits, too. From improved weight management and healthier blood cell regeneration through to better heart function and vascular wellbeing, fasting has become quite the go-to method of keeping young, fit and healthy.

    However, if you are unaware of the numerous benefits that fasting can bring, take a look at some of them below:


    Abstaining from all matter of solids and surviving on liquids for a few days is a great way to cleanse the human body and detoxify; improving the function of organs whilst promoting a cleansed digestive system – improving blood circulation and getting rid of any harmful toxins in the body.

    Appetite Suppressant

    Do you ever get that feeling of not being able to tell when you’re full? Or eating out of pure boredom? Fasting can help solve those problems. By structuring your day around everything apart from eating, your body eventually gets accustomed to not feeling hungry all the time. During the Holy month of Ramadan, many Muslims who are partaking in the obligatory fasts will experience many cravings during the fasting day, only to find that they are not able to consume much upon opening their fast. This is due to the fact that the less you put into your stomach over a length of time, the more the stomach shrinks – leading you to feel full after just a small amount of food.

  13. Hey guys I am Muslim we do fasting during Ramadan (I don't) we fast from 10-11 up to 12 hours for a month. And we end up gaining 10-15kg during that month. Sorry for if I'm rude am just honest.

  14. I live in the UK, I eat three times a day and try not to snack. However, I start with breakfast at 6 and I never eat after 6pm – so apparently I have been intermittent fasting all my life. However I am about to do a 21 day fast, just water, Himalayan pink salt and acv. Thoughts – why does the church push Lent and why is the first meal called BreakFAST – pretty obvious to me that its a normal cycle of human life.

  15. I feel like this isn’t that difficult. If you have a semi normal schedule , as in you dont work midnights or have a weird on call schedule, this shouldn’t be that tough. You sleep most of the fasting period and can train your body to not need food tge second you wake up. Coffee is great for regulating blood sugar and making you feel full so a cup of black coffee when you wake up should help you make it until 8 am

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