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May 11

What is Intermittent Fasting

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Edited: May 13

 

 

In technical terms it is defined as the voluntary abstenance of food for an

indeterminate period of time.

 

In normal people speak it means not eating as frequently as we currently do. The most common periods of Fasting are either 16 or 18 hrs followed by 6 or 8 hrs of eating.

 

 

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