Intermittent Fasting: Everything You Need To Know

InSearchOf +47
InSearchOf

Love my results from the 16:8.. Not really interested in the 5:2. And I don’t skip breakfast, my eating time is 10AM-6PM. I’ve never been hungry right after waking up anyway. I have water, then coffee, and then breakfast at 10AM.

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kaAnder TV +1
kaAnder TV

Same here

19 дней назад
Shirls S +1
Shirls S

Same here.

11 месяцев назад
Andrew The Transformer
Andrew The Transformer

@InSearchOf nice. Yes it is great for fat loss/aesthetic goals. What do you think if somebody were to use that fasting method to improve physical performance such as beating a PB in a Marathon or running a 100 metre dash under 11 seconds? Would you say it works both for body transformation and improving physical performance?

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InSearchOf
InSearchOf

@Andrew The Transformer I also switched my window to 18:6 a little while ago.. It works better for getting results IMO. Using the app Fastic, which helps to track your fasts. Like it a lot.

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InSearchOf
InSearchOf

@Andrew The Transformer When I started fasting, I also started weight lifting as well. It’s going very good, I’m on month 4 and have lost 38 lbs so far. It’s a rather slow go, but I’m in my forties, so that’s a consideration. You just have to trust the process and it will pay off. Many days I’ve been frustrated, feeling like nothing’s happening, yet it’s constantly working, that I’ve come to learn. Consistency is all that matters.

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Elcid Garcia +13
Elcid Garcia

Great video. I personally do the 16:8 method but I also lift weights to not only lose weight but maintain muscle. So far so good. From 190lbs to 170lbs at one point over 3 months. Felt light on my feet and I didnt deprive myself of food that I loved. It's a good way to go if you're looking to control over all caloric intake and "benefit" from the so called fasted state stuff. I've heard of the 5-2 fast but I didnt know that you could consume 500cals, I guess people should go for what their lifestyles can maintain. Thanks for the video Magnus and Prof., very informative!

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Stasia Borja +34
Stasia Borja

Great video, very informative! I didn't even know about the 5-2. I used to do the 16-8 everyday, but it was difficult after a few months. I want to try the 5-2 to see if it works for me. Also, I think it's awesome that you invited someone else to get their expert advice. It shows how credible you are in truly wanting to help others through your channel. You should do more topics after this, maybe how men's and women's bodies differ in diet and weight loss.

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Andrew The Transformer
Andrew The Transformer

@Sorscha 1 Wow that is real disicipline. Please tell me you didn't follow it 100%, you must've skipped a few days of doing the 5/2 method? aha

10 месяцев назад
Sorscha 1
Sorscha 1

I've been doing 5:2 since 2012 & hope it works for you. I lost 4stone in the first couple of years (mostly dress sizes in the first 9 months actually). It's great for longterm maintenance and is very flexible to fit into your lifestyle.

11 месяцев назад
Norella Victoria +4
Norella Victoria

Great video, as always, super informative. I was wondering about working out during the 2 fast days in the 5:2. Is it recommended and/or what type of work out I can do during these days? Cheers x

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Steven G +23
Steven G

I have been plateau-ing after a pretty good weight loss with the fasting so I've been researching like crazy and almost as if on-cue, this popped up in my feed. Awesome info, excellent timing and back-to-basics! Thank you!

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Marco +2
Marco

Keep the stress hormones in check. Fasting can trigger a compensatory mechanism on the long, like your body preserving the fat since long fasting is a stressor

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Schadenfreude +6
Schadenfreude

I was at the same plateau as you a few months back ! Keep the same diet that worked for you, increase a little bit the fitness side of things and you will push throught. Cheers and good luck !

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Chandler Hoffmann +16
Chandler Hoffmann

I learn so much from these videos - can’t thank you enough for the time/effort put into them!

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Kass Kath +2
Kass Kath

This video is so helpful. Many thanks Magnus! It's the first time I'm actually watching a video on this topic. I read books so far. I used to practice 5:2 and back then I was much leaner. Over time my life has become more challenging and so has the IF. My hunger and cravings would go through the roof after the fasting day. But I know its worth giving it a try again. Especially that my body has been affected by chronical inflammation (red skin patches)for a few months now and going back to fasting would reset my body for sure.

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Nicolai Eller +1
Nicolai Eller

I have been doing 16/8 for a long while now, and started feeling the plateu. So had really been looking for a concise explanation of pro/cons and differences of fasting in different stages. Thank you so much for sharing this, to both of you :). Super helpful.

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Monika Gawrych +2
Monika Gawrych

I love this video 😍 I am after 4 weeks of intermittent fasting. I'm feeling so good after all of this process. I want to start some fasting days and here you gave me a lot of good knowledge how to do it right ❤️ thank you 🙏 best regards form Poland ❤️

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William Goss +12
William Goss

I trust that you are going to discuss the pros and cons of the daily 16:8 IF in your next video(s)?? Love your content. Thanks.

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Tim Bentvelzen
Tim Bentvelzen

A great video! I'm getting back into being more healthy again after not watching my diet for about 2 years now. Before I had been intermittent fasting for 6 years or so. I did the 16:8 method of fasting. I have pretty severe ADHD, so I need routine even more than most people. The main reason I loved IF so much was for the extra routine it brought in my day. Because I would start and stop eating at the same times every day, I was more productive and I slept better. The fact I could eat more while not gaining the extra weight was just a bonus.

6 месяцев назад
B B +1
B B

Always a great video. I have been intermittent fasting with the 16:8 for two months and it didn’t do anything for me really. Once I really started counting calories and incorporated IF is when my weight started coming off along with walking and weight lifting. I think I am going to try the 5:2. I haven’t heard of that one yet. Perfecting timing and great informational video. Thank you both!!

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Ava DuVall
Ava DuVall

So glad I found your channel. Great info. Thanks for helping us understand real nutrition. 🙌🏾

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BunnyBlue
BunnyBlue

Last year I started intermittent fasting (18:6) and I felt great with small portion sizes. This year around easter I fell off my routine (binging on cakes and sweets) and I gained weight in a short time. Thank you for the video - it found me at the right time. I will try the 5:2 to reset my metabolism.

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Artur Jorge Ramos das Neves +4
Artur Jorge Ramos das Neves

Great content! Love the short facts with an open mind and honesty!! And more importantly that you’re not trying to influence in one or the other direction!! More of these please:))))

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Ashlie Love +2
Ashlie Love

I lost 50 pounds in 6 months using 16:8 intermittant fasting and the keto diet. Hit a major wall, stayed in maintenance through quarantine and then gained 10 pounds when I added carbs back in. I think I'm in the headspace now to try 5:2 and eat cleaner again. Thanks for the video!

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Sabine +8
Sabine

Thanks for bringing in a expert that has actual studies/science to share on the topic and really knows what she's talking about...very rare on social media :)

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Daniel +2
Daniel

Cool video, thanks for introducing an interesting topic in the mainstream. IF is also good for regulating glucose, insulin and cholesterol levels, as well as for restoring gut health. :)

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Zoe Webster +1
Zoe Webster

This is great thank you! It’s confusing to understand until you watch this video. I cannot do Greek yoghurt for breakfast with a 5 & 2 fast so I’ll have to figure something else out there. 😊🙏🏾

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Danielle Solof +17
Danielle Solof

Thanks for bringing in an expert. It’s good to get solid advice 👍

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Bill C Thompson - Live Healthy, Finish Strong
Bill C Thompson - Live Healthy, Finish Strong

Thanks for this! My life has been transformed by this sort of information. I am turning 65 and for the past 2 years I have combined LOW CARB (Keto) with Intermittent Fasting, lost 82 lbs., came off ALL MEDICATIONS (2 for hypertension, one for high cholesterol and gave up my CPAP for sleep apnea). I am Loving life! I started my own YouTube channel “Bill C Thompson - Live Healthy, Finish Strong “

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Renee Terry
Renee Terry

So informative and a great guide. Thanks so much ☺️

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Luke Mackie +1
Luke Mackie

I've lived by the 16-8 for years, I recently tried the 18-6 for a month and at the end of that I dove into a 20-4 fasting window for another month (Better known as 'The Warrior Diet'). I got great results from both, the 20-4 had it's moments though, it was tough to wait at times.. Especially after training at 6 AM.

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Melitza Boekhoudt +1
Melitza Boekhoudt

Favorite day of the week Tuesday ❤️ always great info and advices. Love your channel Mr Magnus.

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Kathleen Reyes
Kathleen Reyes

Thank you for this info. I’m on the Mediterranean diet & still desperate to fix my chronic inflammation. Trying the 5:2 next week.

7 месяцев назад
Hayley Swearingen +3
Hayley Swearingen

All of your videos have been incredibly informative! Im so glad to see you and Suzanne addressing intermittent fasting-the 5:2 sounds like the way to go! I was doing 12, 24 & 48 hour fasts last year, but feel like it caused disordered eating and hormone issues. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with all of us!!!

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Hayley Swearingen +2
Hayley Swearingen

Thank you so much! I really appreciate you sharing your expertise!

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Suzanne Devkota +3
Suzanne Devkota

Everything in moderation! Even with intermittent fasting. I don’t recommend it for longer than a 24 hr period, for all the reasons you mention, and I also don’t recommend IF continuously for a year. It’s best used for a defined period, such as a couple months, then taking a break. But ultimately listen to your body.

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Ana Na +3
Ana Na

Saaaame!

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Jude Williams +3
Jude Williams

Great video. Just subbed to your channel today after watching a vid you did on James McAvoy. Would really be interested in finding out more about IF combined with weight training. Does 16:8 make sense on days you lift weights?

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Suzanne Devkota +3
Suzanne Devkota

You can, but if you’re talking about a heavy lifting day I would advise doing that on your non-fasting day.

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ALLKNOWINGFREDDYBEAR
ALLKNOWINGFREDDYBEAR

I fast for 22 and a half hours every single day. I eat one meal each day and allow myself to intake all of my nutrient intake in a hour and a half period. Typically I end my fast between 9:05 to 9:35 at night and return to my fast about 10:05-10:35. I take a lot of supplements and drink a lot of water. Essentially I refuel before bed and then demolish the energy the next day.

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UmbroRaban +4
UmbroRaban

I have been practicing fasting for a few years now. Most of the time I skip breakfast and eat a kind of 400 calorie lunch (salad). So it is a kind of 16/8. I have hear of the 5/2 as well but what I find strange if that they are taking about eating on a fasting day. Even if it is only 500 calories it is not fasting to me because you cause a insuline response on a fasting day, a thing you want to avoid. The only thing I consume on a fasting day is coffee (black).

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Maylen Diaz +15
Maylen Diaz

IF is the way to go. I’ve been doing it for 2 weeks only and have lost 10 lbs with the 18:6

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Harpreet Singh +1
Harpreet Singh

Very helpful and great information. Will definitely try 5-2 intermittent fasting.

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Isabel
Isabel

Extremely helpful, such a good video! Thanks for spreading knowledge!!

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Isha Kumari +4
Isha Kumari

Your videos are so informative and organized. Great Content! Thank you :)

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Markus Maximus +3
Markus Maximus

These types of videos are great Magnus. More info about nutrition would be great. Things like what fruits and veg does to the body. Meats and veg benifits. How important rest and sleep is etc.

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B Goulet
B Goulet

I am 41 years old, 5'3" and 110lbs (after three kids). I'm in really good shape, eat all organic and I work out almost everyday. I tried the 16:8 for a while, this is what happened to me: I stopped pooping, had no energy, got lots of headaches, yelled at my kids a lot, and when I did finally eat, I wouldn't feel very great after. I have always been the person who can eat whatever they want and NEVER gain a pound. This still holds true to this day. I don't want to lose weight, I have no problems gaining muscle, but I fasted in hopes that it would help with some pains in my body and some bathroom issues that I've been having since I had my first kid 9 years ago (not pooping everyday like I should be). I've tried so many different things and nothing is working. Perhaps I'm the type of person that needs to take in more food and more calories to keep my body functioning at peak performance?

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Andrew Wolfgang Bakes +7
Andrew Wolfgang Bakes

I love to see a deep dive on keto and extended fasting

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Burak Capar +2
Burak Capar

This is one of the most helpful videos I watched on YouTube. Great work, I appreciate it!

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Javier Appelgren
Javier Appelgren

Thanks Magnus! Quick question in the 5:2, is there a time frame before having your next meal the following day? Loved the information!

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Suzanne Devkota +1
Suzanne Devkota

Ideally you really should have a healthy, protein-rich breakfast when you get up. Do not wait till lunch to have your first meal.

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Heather K +1
Heather K

So grateful for you Magnus, and this info you’re giving us.

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VladimirRibakov +2
VladimirRibakov

Very good and informative video Much appreciating the time you took to create it It answers many opened questions I had Thanks again

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Magnus Method +2
Magnus Method

🙏

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Indoor Kites +4
Indoor Kites

All this time I thought I'm doing my intermittent fasting correct. Thank you guys for this.

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Gayan Alagalla
Gayan Alagalla

Dear Magnus,I normally tend to eat more on my rest day which Sunday after working out six days a week.So, 1)is it good to have a 600 calorie day on my rest day ? 2)For someone who works out six days a week,hope 5:2 is not doable ?Thanking you in advance

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Lars P
Lars P

5:2 worked wonders for me. 10kg in 6vweeka and I've kept it off for 3 years now.

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Follow me 2 +2
Follow me 2

Great video! Love all the information you are sharing.

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Jess Breheret +2
Jess Breheret

Love that scientific approach and interview ! Great stuff 🤘🏻

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Marie +1
Marie

Tack Magnus, precis vad jag behövde. Börjar 5-2 imorgon! Ser fram emot nästa avsnitt!

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Nohemy Adorno +2
Nohemy Adorno

Great information in this video. I can't wait for the rest of the series.

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Tornelli Guitars
Tornelli Guitars

This was really helpful, thanks!👍

4 месяца назад
Marcela Chacon +2
Marcela Chacon

I think I am going to try the 5-2 fasting, I have been doing the 16-8 but actually I have put on weight eventhouthgh I play tennis almost every day. I am hungry in the morning and I think just to think not to eat after training has stressed me out, plus I am not the youngest, I am 52. Very good video!

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Marco
Marco

Me too, and doing rockclimbing fasted in the morning was not the best choice of my life, I regreted it later. Going to try 5-2 and take it veeeery easy in those two days. I miss the calm in the intestines during the fasting, but not the fatigue 😅

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Valerie +1
Valerie

I’ve just been advised by a dietician to stop IF. I just couldn’t get all the required nutrients in because I slowed my digestion down and wasn’t hungry ... this was causing hair loss, loss of period, constipation, and bloating. I want to gain muscle and was lacking the nutrients to do so. It’s been scary and now I’m aware there is disordered eating thoughts around and with food.

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4nGrY +3
4nGrY

I would love to hear both of your thoughts to Vegan vs omnivorous diet. thanks a lot! #whatthehealth #gamechangers

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Csongor Pokó
Csongor Pokó

Thanks, great video! I read some comments, and like others, would be also interested in the aspect of fat loss, instead of ,,only" weight loss, when it comes to fasting!

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Adrian Walker +3
Adrian Walker

Really good stuff mate. Like these kind of videos. Very informative

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Panda Eatss +1
Panda Eatss

Awesome content! I learned a lot:) Thanks bro!

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Court H +6
Court H

Very interesting! Thank you for bringing on a scientist and expert to talk about this.

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Ivy Sloane +9
Ivy Sloane

Magnus, I've been wondering what your feelings are on this topic. So cool, thank you for all you do!!!

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Natasha Basharat +1
Natasha Basharat

Thanks a lots for educating me with wonderful info about a healthy lifestyle God bless U❤️

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Charlene Myers +1
Charlene Myers

Your channel is AMAZING. I've learned so much, thank you!!

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Sanja Dukic +1
Sanja Dukic

Thank you for posting this super helpful video! Very knowledgeable content and speaker!

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Marco
Marco

I did 16-8 or more almost daily, it worked but ended leaving me fatigued and stressed I think simply bc I did workouts etc during the fasting window. You can't stop living for 16h a day. Seems 5-2 makes more sense, you can take it easy in those two days and having some meal (within 600kcal) helps keeping the brain calm. At the end of my daily fasting I was always "too alerted", I think it is an additional stressor we realy don't need nowadays

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Beth Mangus +1
Beth Mangus

Thanks for the information. Looking forward to learning more!

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Tahawar Hassan +20
Tahawar Hassan

We Muslims fast for a whole month today is my 16th day and going brilliantly nothing to worry about

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noamto
noamto

And in the evening you eat twice or three times as much as you would on a normal day...

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yep
yep

@Adam Chiasson they do. Before sunrise. Its very rich. Then after 8pm from what i have seen. Thats a feast. Seen folks gain weight. Its for religious reasons. Thats all.

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Adam Chiasson
Adam Chiasson

Do you eat anything during this month of fasting Just curious

2 месяца назад
Jerome Gollner
Jerome Gollner

A little late to the party, but awesome video and awesome choice bringing an expert on this topic! I was one of them, who wouldn't stop asking for an IF video 😅 I'll take it as a shout out!😄

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Sheriee Wilson +1
Sheriee Wilson

This was very helpful thank you 😊

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MR +2
MR

Thanks Magnus! I definitely dig the format. And very insightful as well.

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K K
K K

I think any type of fasting or dieting in general works at start as long as your body doesnt get used to it. I keto/if fasted for 15 months now and its great for losing weight and maintenance of health but i found it difficult to do resistance training and progress after few months. I kinda feel the organism is inherently lazy and tries to optimise the metabolism to your current situation and u need to try to trick it. After over a year of if it stopped to be a shocking and adaptation promoting stimulus but became a routine and my lazy genes decided to lower metabolism rate so my fasting just became a caloric restriction. I will try to do some more random calory cycling and periods of off-keto and maybe ill see some changes.

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vicki schuring +1
vicki schuring

What an interesting interview. Thank you so much. 🌺

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sunjoyrai
sunjoyrai

Question for Magnus and also Dr. Suzanne - can diabetics go on an intermittent fast? How does it impact sugar levels, especially in the mornings after an 8-hour break from eating?

5 месяцев назад
Yael Gil +10
Yael Gil

I really liked how the fast she explained about wasn't only water.

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Lindsey Greene +2
Lindsey Greene

Thank you so much for this video. 🙏🏻❤️

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THE MILLER FAM +42
THE MILLER FAM

So helpful, brother! Thank you for posting!

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Magnus Method +4
Magnus Method

🙏🙏🙏

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Nick Patsiouras
Nick Patsiouras

I used to do the 16:8 for a while but I didn't skip breakfast. I skipped dinner. 'cause I have IBS, so it made it easier to just skip dinner which always was a sore point since my stomach always felt full by the time I got in bed. I either did 9-5 or 10-6, depending on the day and work schedule.

6 месяцев назад
Alin Gurcuti
Alin Gurcuti

Hi Magnus, what do you think about protein bars as snacks? Can you make a video about suppliments? Thank you!

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Claire Elisabeth B +3
Claire Elisabeth B

Best video I've seen on intermittent fasting! Thanks for this!

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Carrie Desmond +5
Carrie Desmond

Mm, so I do 16:8 5 days a week. And its not so much about not eating less calories as it's a focus on insulin levels. That is usually the focus of 16:8 is to let your insulin rest and not jack your sugar levels up. I still eat a lot of calories with an emphasis on protien and lots of fruits and veggies. 16:8 works wonderful if you pair it with clean eating more of a focus on protien, healthy fats, and nutrient Dense carbs. This was a very good video for sure

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Ana ́s Happy days
Ana ́s Happy days

I agree. I used to be that person that I had to carry a snack at all times so I didn’t get the shakes when hungry. Since I started 16:8 4 years ago everything regulated and I feel wonderful. Basically I don’t eat breakfast and I lost weight and don’t have to think about food anymore

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Kerrie
Kerrie

This was great info! Thank you!

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Jeromy Gold +1
Jeromy Gold

I have been on 16:8 for 2 1/2 months. I am down 27lbs and feeling good. I have 1 day per week that I eat pizza

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Saifuu +10
Saifuu

Magnus you’re the best man! Keep them coming!

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Lavinia Morin
Lavinia Morin

Magnus, is it recommended to dial down exercising on the fasting days ( on the 5/2 method) or not? I usually run 5k in the morning, would that be too much?

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Love is Love +1
Love is Love

No need, exercise as usual, just make sure you take enough electrolytes. BTW 16/8 everyday is a better way to fast than 5/2 days, speaking from experience. (I progressed to one meal a day with weekend all day fasting)

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Sania Azhar Parvez
Sania Azhar Parvez

This helped alot.Thank you for this.

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