Intermittent fasting: A way towards healthy life
Bhawana Sharma, Shekhar Raktate, Bhawana Singh, Ekanshita Srivastava and Aniket Patil
As a weight-loss strategy other than daily calorie restriction, intermittent fasting is becoming more and more popular (DCR). There are numerous ways to practice intermittent fasting (IF), another form of dietary pattern based on periodic periods of fasting those human studies suggest may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease by improving body composition, weight management, and clinical health markers linked to disease. Each of them divided the day or week into eating and fasting times. IF is a very effective approach to lose weight and belly fat and is linked to better health results, including lower triglycerides, total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein, and more. It may modestly increase metabolism while assisting you in eating fewer calories. Fast days and alternate-day energy restriction, often known as alternate-day fasting (ADF), are two types of intermittent fasting. The second type is time-restricted feeding (TRF), which involves eating only during certain hours, most commonly the 16: 8 diets.
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Bhawana Sharma, Shekhar Raktate, Bhawana Singh, Ekanshita Srivastava and Aniket Patil. Intermittent fasting: A way towards healthy life. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(9S): 139-144.