December 3, 2022

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Intermittent Fasting: 20/4 VS 16/8 Results

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Intermittent Fasting: 20/4 VS 16/8 Results Which yields better results? First off, eat healthy food and drinks to keep your stomach full. Water and zero-calorie drinks are allowed but not food. After the 20-hour fasting window is over, you can now eat.

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In a nutshell:

During the 4-hour period, you can consume as many calories as you like but it`s recommended to focus on nutrient-rich, whole foods.

Because 20/4 requires abstaining from food for 20 hours, your hormones will be in a favorable state. Your results will be consistently better than you would with a shorter fasting period like the 16/8 pattern, which we`ll be talking more about next. Your sleeping hours also count as your fasting window. Then in the morning, you may have water or any zero-calorie drinks.

Lastly, after the 18-hour fasting period is done, you can consume foods and drinks within the 8-hour eating window. Again, it`s recommended to focus on nutrient-rich, whole foods. While it has a shorter fasting period than the 20/4 method, it still offers some great results. If you want faster results but would be harder to stick to, go for 20/4.

Whereas intermittent fasting is a pattern of eating, keto refers to a diet low on carbohydrates. Like IF, keto diet is an effective way of losing weight fast.

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