This Is How Long It’ll Take For Intermittent Fasting to Work

Weight Loss

When it comes to getting healthier and toning up your body, one of the most popular of the countless options out there right now is intermittent fasting (or IF, for short). IF includes several different approaches to choose from, but most involve eating for only a short period of time during the day and/or limiting the amount of calories you consume. The results are apparent to those who’ve tried the method, but according to the experts, you need at least 10 weeks of following a few basic rules to see any changes.

Read on for more details about how best to make IF work for you, including whether the time of day you’re eating has an impact on your waistline and what other benefits you can expect from the method, aside from a lower number on the scale.

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