Many people achieve this ratio by skipping breakfast thereby delaying their first meal until midday and consuming all food between midday and 8pm. Writing in The Conversation , David Clayton, lecturer in nutrition and exercise physiology at Nottingham Trent Uni has been exploring the three most popular fasts. Skipping breakfast is unlikely to lead to meaningful weight loss. This is a popular version of intermittent fasting is where you eat a very low-calorie diet about kcal for two days each week any two days. But there are so many different fasts out there, it can be hard to know which one might suit you. On the other five days, you eat as normal.
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