I don’t know ……
I do believe that people should learn to recognize hunger and eat only for that reason. They should also recognize when they are full and stop then. That means for me personally that I eat like a baby – every few hours. I don’t make a production out of planning those ‘meals’, and it works beautifully for me. I am not sure why the author of the blog described this as so difficult and all but impossible when dining out with friends.
The forms of intermittent fasting as discussed in the blog would definitely not work for me. I would not be able to function properly if I did not eat for 12 hours or so.
I would like to see more research data rather than the anecdotal evidence that the article provides.
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I think that article was pretty cool stuff! It seems to be a lot of theory and “what if” and “well this works and this works and this works…” Being more academic, I want the real world results. I need some studies, some numbers, all that jazz…
I think in theory it’s a great way to change things up every so often. I think a lot of people overlook the fact that diet can be seen as a form of training. At least in my eyes it can be. Just like it’s important to get variety in your workouts, it’s important to get variety in your diet! None of those suggestions are permanent plans to stick to, obviously, your body will get used to it and cease to respond to it.
Great article though! It’s thought-provoking!