Included in this section is information on intermittent fasting schedules, sequential eating, and recipes. Though intermittent fasting has helped a significant number of people reach their weight-loss goals, intermittent fasting may be ineffective, and even dangerous, for some, especially those within the following populations:
  • Pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding
  • Children under 18-years-old
  • Those with type-1 diabetes
  • Those with a history of eating disorder
  • Those with gastrointestinal conditions including
    •  IBS
    •  Ulcerative colitis
    • Crohn's Disease
An alternative that has been helpful is sequential eating, which entails eating a small portion of food—no more than 100 calories of lean protein or unprocessed content—every 60 to 90 minutes, up to an hour before bed. Intermittent fasting, sequential eating, and recipes should be supported by at least 25 minutes of exercise daily (ideally split between exercise in the morning, at the start of your day, and at night, before you sleep).
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