, 2022-10-28 17:10:12,
Searching for diet and nutrition advice online can be exhaustive and chances are you’ll come across plenty of unreliable sources.
Sifting through the latest ‘fads’ can often lead people to following a plan or suggestion that may not necessarily work for them.
Aside from the obvious ‘fads’, like juice cleanses and detox teas, there are a few well-researched diet types that people can employ if they’re looking to either lose fat or simply live a little healthier.
By better understanding the most common types of diets, you can decide which one works best for your lifestyle and overall goals.
To help sift through some of the most popular forms of eating, nutritionist Anthony O’Reilly, from BarBend has shared his guide to each of their pros and cons.
Intermittent Fasting involves consuming all your calories within a set time period and then fasting for the rest of the day. There are different approaches to intermittent fasting, with the most popular being an 8:16 split – meaning you consume your calories in an eight-hour eating window and fast for the other 16 hours of the day. You can also do a 10:16, 16:10, or even a 6:20 eating: fasting split.
The concept is that you will be eating fewer calories since you are squeezing them into a narrower time frame, instead of consuming them throughout the day. Intermittent…
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