PHYSICAL HEALTH, EXERCISE, JUNK FOOD, NUTRITION, EATING HABITS, SLEEP FOR UPSC ASPIRANTS- SUGGESTIONS, QUESTIONS, DISCUSSION, TRACKING - ForumIAS

PHYSICAL HEALTH, EXERCISE, JUNK FOOD, NUTRITION, EATING HABITS, SLEEP FOR UPSC ASPIRANTS- SUGGESTIONS, QUESTIONS, DISCUSSION, TRACKING

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I am doing and trust me it gives amazing results. I have done like for 2 months post prelims 2021 and have lost 3kgs w/o any exercise except for brisk walking/jog for like 20 mins. 

But intermittent fasting requires strict following of routine because once you break that it gets way too hard to get back to it. 

Same. I study well when I am fasting. Have been doing it on and off & the "data" is irrefutable for me that fasting improves my productivity. 

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This is one of the most needed thread, I believe. Thanks,@MachineGunJoe 

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Don't try intermittent fasting on alternate day, or 3-2 days a week. That simply don't work. Every day fasting with cheat day twice or four times a week will work wonders.

Yes, it's easy for me to do IF 7 days in a row if I have done it the previous few days as well. But doing IF even for a day after feeding myself day and night is so so difficult.

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@MachineGunJoe black coffee without sugar, cream, butter, milk will be your best

 friend during fasting window. I usually take it in the morning asap so that it doesn't make me hungry till 12-12.30. Black coffee has hunger suppression property that will help you to stay for longer periods without being hungry. Just don't drink it after 4 pm. 

I didn't read the last line. Can't read it. :D

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