Intermittent Fasting

Why people fail with Intermittent Fasting?

1. Never Start

Intermittent fasting brings up a mental problem because you are depriving someone with food—people think of food as "survival." But the truth is you are switching from the food fuel to the fat fuel. The key is to make sure that you will eat a very healthy meal.

2. Feel Worse

It takes two or more days to go through the transition phase. You must increase your potassium, sodium, and B1 (in the form of nutritional yeast) to help with the side effects or the transition phase.

3. Don't Lose Weight

The vast majority of people that are doing intermittent fasting start losing weight a lot of weight. Some lose weight for a while and plateau, and others don't lose weight initially because of this one simple reason—it's "get healthy first to lose the weight", NOT "lose weight to get healthy."

Focus on other positive health factors:

• Improved Energy

• Cravings gone

• Less hunger

• Better cognitive function

4. Other People

Discourage You Many people cannot understand why you would go without eating throughout most of the way. They are used to eating every few hours. This can be a huge discouragement if people tell you things like, "you can't function right without breakfast." These things are just not true.

Last updated: Jan 28, 2023 03:11 AM