Intermittent Fasting Made Easy — Part Two

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Intermittent Fasting is a Lifestyle, Not a Diet

The Bottom Line

The First Top Five Tips From Last Week Are……

  1. Before you start an intermittent fasting routine, cut the sugar out. Just cut back. It’ll make a big difference.
  2. Keep yourself well hydrated. Get plenty of water. Water is going to be your friend.
  3. Get plenty of sleep. Get some Zzzzzs because you’re going to make bad decisions when you’re tired. In the very early stages of intermittent fasting, you are going to get hangry. It’s going to happen. So make sure you’re well rested. Your family will thank you too. You will thank you.
  4. Go for a walk. Get up and move around. When you feel the urge to snack or eat, get up and go do something else.
  5. Coffee and tea are your friends; Coffee in the morning and tea at night. All right. Tea will help you sleep. Coffee is good breakfast replacement. It keeps you from the desire to start eating food first thing in the morning so you can keep your fast going until noon. without further ado, here’s my next five tips.

Without further ado, the next five tips.

Tip Six:

Tip Seven:

Tip Eight:

Tip Nine:

Tip Ten:

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I am a Physical Therapist and CEO/Owner of Flex Physical Therapy.

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I am a Physical Therapist and CEO/Owner of Flex Physical Therapy.

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