Highs and lows of intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting may bring down weight, but is it recommended for everyone? CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

How this obsession of Hollywood A-listers works Intermittent fasting are the hottest two words about dieting these days. Hollywood A-listers as well as local celebrities seem to be obsessed with it, attri­buting their slimmer figures to it.

Jennifer Aniston Chris Pratt Carlos Agassi are three of the many celebrities who practice IF to maintain their ideal weight INSTAGRAM PHOTOS

Popularly called IF by its abbreviation, practitioners include Hollywood’s Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman and Chris Pratt as well as local showbiz landia’s Carlos Agassi, Christopher Roxas and Marco Alcaraz.

In light of the argument whether IF is safe and sustainable or just another fad dieter’s platform, The Manila Times and Makati Medical Center (MakatiMed) today gives the skinny on the eating pattern that’s on every dieter’s lips

What IF is all about Fasting is not new. Various religions, including Catholicism, Islam and Mormonism observe fasting at specific times of the year. Moreover, prehistoric people who hunted for their food did not eat until they caught their next meal.

What exactly is IF? Will it get one all moody and “hangry”―that is, hungry and angry at the same time―the way other fad diets do?

More importantly, is it safe and sustainable? Top hospital through its Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, explains about this weight-loss trend that could help jump-start one’s dream to get leaner — and hopefully healthier — in 2020.…

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