Intermittent Fasting and The Ketogenic Diet. How You Can Boost Your Results.

You may or may not have heard about Intermittent Fasting. It’s not about what you eat, but a routine you can add to whatever you diet is.

Don’t let the term “fasting” throw you, either. It’s not what you think. There are different forms and options for you to consider. We’re going to explain all that to you.

And we’ll tell you why it’s so powerful when combined with Keto, making your results even more dramatic.

Plus, we’ll tell you what happens to your brain on Intermittent Fasting. You’re going to love this!

You won’t have to spend hours researching the Internet trying to find all this out. We’ve done that work for you and put it all in one convenient place.

It’s all in this special report!

Discover how adding Intermittent Fasting to the Keto Diet can greatly enhance your results.

 

Intermittent Fasting and The Ketogenic Diet. How You Can Boost Your Results.

A new term you may have been hearing about is Intermittent Fasting. This is something that is added to your normal dietary routine.

Intermittent Fasting is all about when you eat, not how you eat. When combined with the power of the Keto Diet, it can be quite effective.

Many people are confused about the term “fasting”. So we’ll clarify that for you and show you how it can be of benefit.

 

When going Keto, it’s important to know you can benefit by varying the times you eat along with what and how much you eat.

Whether your results have hit a stationary point or you’re just starting out Keto, we can show you a way to boost those results. One of the main things that can improve by adding Intermittent Fasting to going Keto is your energy level.

First, let’s cover the two basic terms you’ll need to understand.

Feeding: This is when you’re eating.

Fasting:   Any time between meals when you’re not eating.

 

Different Ways to do Intermittent Fasting

There’s more than one way to do intermittent fasting.

Eating Windows:

 

Using this method means you will be eating all your nutritional allotment within a 4 to 7-hour window. You would be in a fasting state the rest of the time. Often people use ratios when referring to their fasting windows. For example,18/6 would mean 18 hours of fasting and 6 hours of eating time.