Pros & Cons Of Intermittent Fasting You Need To Think About

Do you suffer from constant hunger? Do you get sick and tired? Is there really that much research to support its positive effects? What are the good parts? We’re talking all that AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Pro: Reduces Risk of Diabetes – 00:26
Con: Intermittent Fasting Makes You Hungry… Duh? – 01:11
Pro: You Can Lose Weight – 01:50
Con: You’re Going to Feel Tired – 02:30
Pro: It Makes You Look Younger – 03:08
Con: It’s Easy to Fall Off – 03:59
Pro: It Reduces Chances of Heart Disease – 04:46
Con: It Will Give You Low Blood Sugar – 05:10
Pro: It Could Reduce Cancer – 05:46
Con: It Gets Really Stressful – 06:14
Pro: Fasting Might Help Your Brain – 06:35
Con: Research Is Minimal – 07:00


Pro: Reduces Risk of Diabetes
Let’s start our list off with one of the positive aspects of fasting. Intermittent fasting is known to lower your blood sugar to a stable level. This will reduce your chances of getting diabetes.

Con: Intermittent Fasting Makes You Hungry… Duh?
It may sound obvious, but it needs to be mentioned. The first downside you’ll notice to intermittent fasting is just how hungry it makes you feel.

Pro: You Can Lose Weight
If it’s done properly, intermittent fasting is shown to have pretty significant weight loss effects. Because you’re eating fewer meals, you’re naturally dropping calories.

Con: You’re Going to Feel Tired
Eating within a certain period can make you feel exhausted, especially if you’re still engaging in physical activity. If you’re working out early in the morning, but eating your first meal at noon, chances are your exercise is going to suffer.

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