Intermittent fasting, Why it works.
You’ve probably heard of intermittent fasting recently. Over the last 5 to 10 years intermittent fasting has become very popular. Its popularity has risen due to the mass success of this dieting style. The success of intermittent fasting is because it pairs so well with the human bodies overall function. Our bodies are designed to use food as energy when it is available and store any extra potential energy to be used later. This energy storage function is extremely important in be survival of the human body, making us able to have and use energy sources even when not readily available to us. You can make this process work for you to help you lose weight. By giving your body a chance to tap into stored energy you can burn off fat resulting in weight loss.
The issue of obesity is a fairly new issue in the world. Not too long-ago food wasn't so readily available, and people went longer average times between meals. The growth of agriculture, global food trade along with many other variables have changed this drastically over the last century. Now days food is not scarce, and people tend to eat much more than they used to. Some people can eat as much as 6 meals per day. (which is fine if you're trying to gain weight, assuming your Meals are of the healthy variety) But, if your goal is to lose weight, then these type of eating habits will keep you from achieving that goal. If you’re constantly eating then your body is constantly storing away fats to later be tun