While diets and trends come and go, one thing that every registered dietitian, doctor, health coach, etc. can agree upon is that fruits and vegetables are good for you.
Although fruit has recently gotten a lot of bad press for its sugar content, the bad rap is undeserved. Pretty much the only people who need to consider the sugar in fruit are diabetics.
For the rest of the population? Keep trying to eat as many fruits and veggies as you can.
And here’s how.
Does intermittent fasting for fat loss work?
Intermittent fasting is one of the most confusing eating methods out there.
There are tons of studies examining it’s effects on weight loss, but not a lot of helpful conclusions. In fact, I’ve been meaning to write about intermittent fasting for awhile now, but honestly felt a bit overwhelmed.
Ultimately, I knew I had to dive into this topic and sift through the research myself.
Which I finally did! And WOW is there a lot out there.
This post discusses everything you need to know about intermittent fasting for fat loss: Does it work? Is it safe? What actually happens to your body when you fast? Is it more effective than just restricting your calories every day?
Hi! I’m Cedar, a 27 year old Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Weight Loss Specialist, and Registered Nurse. Get Fit with Cedar is a health and fitness blog that provides information and motivation to crush your fitness goals. Learn more about the blog here →
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