Intermittent Fasting & Hunger (What the Science Says)

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Hunger is the number one concern when it comes to intermittent fasting.

Intermittent Fasting & Hunger (What the Science Says)

You would think that the longer you go without food, the hungrier you get.

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This isn’t the case.

Here’s a video explaining how hunger comes in waves and if you can get past the peak of this wave, fasting becomes easy.

Also…

Low salt can be one of the main causes of your hunger while fasting.

So one intermittent fasting tip I recommend is to heat up and drink chicken broth, beef broth, or vegan broth if you are experiencing hunger.

Want to learn more intermittent fasting tactics?

I’ve been doing Intermittent Fasting on and off for 18 years and was one of the first bloggers to write about it (almost 12 years ago).

Here’s a recent article I wrote about what I believe to be the most efficient way to use intermittent fasting for fat loss.

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18 Years of Intermittent Fasting

I was harshly criticized at first by most people in the fitness industry, but now people have come around.

Hunger is the #1 concern when it comes to intermittent fasting. You would think that the longer you go without food, the hungrier you get. This is NOT the case.

Cheers,

-Rusty Moore

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