In recent months it has been reported that Dr Michael Mosley, author of the original The Fast Diet book, has ‘relaxed the rules of 5:2’ by increasing the fast day calorie allowance to 800 calories.
Here at FastDay, we have a lot of respect for people following low carb or Paleo Ways of Eating. We share a similar philosophy: An emphasis on permanent, sustainable, healthy ways of eating rather than quick fixes that do not work; A belief than natural ‘real food’ is generally healthier than processed food made in …
Restricting your eating to a ‘window’ of just a few hours each day is another form of intermittent fasting. It works well, and many people find it easier to do than 5:2.
Alternating fast days with feast days has been well researched as a method for weight loss and is surprisingly easy to do. It’s good if you are looking for more rapid weight loss.
You don’t need to follow anyone else’s method of intermittent fasting. It’s about doing what works for you, and what you can sustain in the long term. Use our guide to invent your own method.
Fasting on two days a week is of the most popular methods of intermittent fasting, but there are several variations. We explain them all.
There are many different ways of doing intermittent fasting. This article explains them all. You are sure to find one to suit your lifestyle.
If you like the idea of alternate day fasting but like to keep your weekends free, maybe fasting 3 days a week might suit you.