Procedure used in Fasting.
Fasting is defined as allowing a body to have a prolonged period of rest without calorie intake. In order to increase metabolism in the recent year people were being advised to consume their breakfast after an hour of waking up so as to start their day when is still fresh. The old technique of taking breakfast after an hour didn’t work to many people and nowadays people are using the technique of fasting which concentrate more on restricting yourself not to eat and eating during specific time. Due to restriction which are found in the intermittent fasting it concentrates more in lifestyle and less in diet since one does not take food regularly. There are various techniques which are used in order to incorporate intermittent fasting in our day to day routine and these techniques include the following.
One of the technique is alternating your days of fasting and this will help you in losing weight. Fasting is a method which encourage one to eat every kind of food when they are not fasting since it involves fasting in a daily routine. The trend of fasting each and every day usually makes people to take more calories when they are fasting than when they have stop fasting. In order to ensure that the method of fasting does not restrict the intake of calorie diet one should alternate the days of fasting rather than to fast for a long period then start over eating in the days you are not fasting.
The next technique which will allow one to incorporate in intermittent fasting is to reduce the amount of food you are consuming. One is usually advised to consume only non-caloric beverages in a whole day and two times in a week when you are using this technique. When you want this technique to work in a better you can use the example of whereby if you are fasting on a Monday you will have you last meal on Sunday and the next meal you will have it will be when you will stop fasting.
As a result of intermittent fasting there are various lessons which one gets to know as he or she finish the journey and one of it is that the hardest task to deal with is your own mind as you can view here. The process of dealing with intermittent fasting is not hard as you are supposed to follow a schedule, that is, not consuming anything when you wake up and eating only during lunch hour and skipping the dinner. There are some mental barriers which appear as a result of trying incorporate with this process since before one agrees to follow such timetable there are various thoughts that undergoes in his or her mind. The next lesson that one learns in the process of intermittent fasting is that losing weight is not a hard task.