Occasionally I get email from people who have difficulties with there fasts.
Fasting is like every other aspect of your life. You are going to have easy fasts and you are going to have days that are a little tougher.
But here is the beauty of flexible intermittent fasting – you can tailor your fasts to your own individual needs.
For instance, let’s say..you tend to get hungry around 16 hours into your fast. In this scenario I would suggest a 11 am to 11 am fast.
This way you are asleep at the 17 hour mark (around 4 AM), and by the time you do get up, you only have a couple of hours left in your fast.
Another example is when people have problems eating too much after their fasts.
In this scenario you could use later start and stop times, such as 9 pm to 9 pm. This way, once your fast is completed you only have 2 or 3 hours before it’s time for bed..which means less time for eating.
By tailoring your fasts to your own personal needs you can guarantee weight loss success with as little effort as possible.
I just wanted to give you some feedback on the fasting suggestions you gave me the other day. The noon to noon fast is perfect for me!
I even did an intense weight training session and had SO much energy that evening and the following day. It’s helped to keep my blood sugar levels more stable when I’m not fasting too.
I’ve realised that I actually feel better when I’m fasting, and you can see the changes in my body already! My mum told me last night that my abs were amazing! Always room for improvements though. So given all of that I can’t wait for my next fast tomorrow.
Thanks again Brad.