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Another easy way to start intermittent fasting is the spontaneous transition method. This way is the same principle just a little different approach. Basically, you hold out as long as possible and record the time. Each day you attempt to “beat” the time of the day before.What are the dangers of intermittent fasting?
According to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), there are numerous health risks associated with intermittent fasting. People who fast commonly experience dehydration, largely because their body is not getting any fluid from food. As such, it is recommended that during Ramadan, Muslims consume plenty of water prior to fasting periods.What does intermittent fasting really do?
Intermittent fasting will help you lose fat without a calorie deficit. When you go without food long enough, your body starts burning fat. Fasting also increases your insulin sensitivity, which generally helps you store less fat. Theoretically, you could lose fat by fasting around 12-24 hours, and then gain muscle when you do eat.