Chapter 9 out of 12. And still going strong! With a combination of intermittent fasting, eating my macros and everything I love. For the past 4 months (as you can see from the picture), I have been eating 4 – 6 hours later since I wake up. I have been more alert, clearer skin, I can have A LOT OF FOOD and feel much more satisfied with a HUGE AF MEAL. In addition, fasting lowers insulin, boosts HGH and increases catecholamines putting you in the ultimate fat burning state.
BUT remember, you cannot go too low in calories. Trying to fast all day and then still eating in a huge calorie deficit will put too much stress on your body.
Some days, fasting could be effortless. And on some, you may feel hungry first thing in the morning. (That’s okay!) Learn how to fit this into your schedule and still hit your calorie deficit if that means having a small snack in the morning.
BOTTOM LINE: Intermittent Fasting is not for everyone, listen to your body and do whatever that makes you happy!