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Can Intermittent Fasting Cause You To Overeat? Tips To Prevent This


Can Intermittent Fasting Cause You To Overeat? Tips To Prevent This

According to numerous studies and advices from health experts, intermittent fasting is one of the best (and healthiest) ways to help lose weight because it merely restricts your eating to a specific window of time during the day. Unlike other diets, it also has few food restrictions and still requires you to eat a lot of nutrient-dense foods during that window of time, making sure that your body can maximize the amount of food that it’s getting.

However, that same window of time can easily be used by people to overeat, especially if they’ve just started on the diet and still find trouble disciplining themselves, which is normal in most cases. In fact, it’s this transition period that can make you feel more irritable, tired and hungry, which may make you overcompensate for the meals that you’re now missing.

Here are a few easy tips that can help you stop overeating and transition into the diet much better.

Stay hydrated

Per experts, having a tall glass of water (or black coffee) in the morning can help make you feel full and delay hunger while also keeping you hydrated.

 

Be prepared

You’ll likely be hungry when your chosen window of time for eating comes. And per experts, having a meal that’s already prepared can stop you from overeating, as well as stop you from grabbing the nearest food you can reach, which can be unhealthy.

Eat slowly

Simple but effective. Eating slowly and being mindful can stop you from overeating since enjoying your meal this way might make you realize you’re not as hungry as you think you were. Plus, it’s food, so enjoy it.

Fill up on veggies

For this, start with eating lots of fiber because it can help you feel full faster while also filling your body with nutrients and vitamins. Go for leafy-greens.

 

Eat enough

Intermittent fasting only tells you when to eat, so make sure that you don’t undereat. Rather, make sure that you still meet your daily nutrition needs while also making sure to not go overboard.

 

Source: https://www.medicaldaily.com

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