MYTH: Intermittent fasting works because your body doesnt process foods at night.
MYTH: Intermittent fasting works because your body doesn't process foods at night.
One huge misconception about fasting is the reason why it works. Though it's often thought that digestion doesn't occur after a certain time, Morena told INSIDER that this myth is not true.
"Your body will digest food no matter what time it is," Morena said. "It's a matter of allowing your body a significant time (whether experts agree on 12-16-18 hours remains unseen) to focus on other metabolic processes like autophagy and cellular repair, instead of diverting attention to digestion. If you eat at 3 a.m., rest assured, your body will digest it. Truthfully, I'm a terrible candidate for I.F. I have a robust Latin late night dinner plan culture and early morning workouts that I physically will pass out during if I don't eat breakfast. I also physically cannot sleep if I go to bed too late without eating.
Video: 5 Intermittent Fasting Myths Debunked By Science
How to Unzip Files on Windows
13 Beauty Products to Buy at Tictail RightNow
Chivvy Along Nail Polish
How to Buy Mint Plants
How to Create Tree Flower Beds
Household Budgeting 101: How to Save on Utility Bills
Myopia: Simple Strategies to Keep Your Eyes Healthy
How to Write a Cover Letter for an Engineering Job
How to Start a Boys and Girls Club
How to Prevent Tetanus in Horses
Does Stress Cause Acne What Is The Link Between Them
Learn When to Cut Ties
How to Introduce Protein to Your Baby
How to Heal Family Wounds
Why Weight Loss Doesnt Work the Way You Want It To