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16Hours - Intermittent Fasting

Over 20,000 HAPPY USERS

Over 20,000 HAPPY USERS

16Hours - Intermittent Fasting

by kasula rajesh
16Hours - Intermittent Fasting
16Hours - Intermittent Fasting
16Hours - Intermittent Fasting

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Over 20,000 HAPPY USERS.

16Hours - Intermittent Fasting

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Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
January 9, 2019
Release date
September 14, 2018
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Over 20,000 HAPPY USERS.
Thousands of five star ratings world wide!

Thank you for making 16Hours the 25th most popular Health & Fitness App on the App Store!

5/5 "Worked amazing.I downloaded this and used the app to loose weight. Great app!!" - Crystal
5/5 "I totally doubted this app would work. Proved me wrong!! Love this app!!" - Riakaz
5/5 "Found After some of the past reviews. Should be mandatory for Intermittent Fasting." -Wtot

Intermittent fasting has become quite popular in the recent years, as it is more focused on how you should eat rather than when. Moreover, you can always drink stuff while fasting. The bulk of the early research on fasting focused on weight loss. Studies comparing intermittent fasting to traditional calorie-cutting diets have found that intermittent fasting is more effective in weight loss as compared to the conventional diet plans, people lose more weight on the fasting plans. They also seem to like the diet better; intermittent fasters tend to drop out of dietary studies at lower rates than calorie cutters. So, with intermittent fasting, you don’t have to push your taste buds aside to push your waistline in. However, overeating in the eating sessions may leave no effect on your weight. Hence, to attain the best from intermittent fasting, you need to create a balance in your lifestyle.

The 16/8 method: Also called the Leangains protocol, it involves skipping breakfast and restricting your daily eating period to 8 hours, such as 1–9 p.m. Then you fast for 16 hours in between.

Eat-Stop-Eat: This involves fasting for 24 hours, once or twice a week, for example by not eating from dinner one day until dinner the next day.

The 5:2 diet: With this method, you consume only 500–600 calories on two non-consecutive days of the week, but eat normally the other 5 days.

- Track Intermittent fasting.
- Edit start and end time.
- Track Weight.
- Edit Weight.
- Select from Plans.
- Add Custom Plan.
- View Fasting Progress on charts.

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