Weight loss can be a long journey for some with trying many different diet plans which are hard to stick to. A new diet has recently been revealed that helps concentration levels while helping weight loss results and boosting energy levels.
As well as these benefits, intermittent fasting has been found to benefit the regulation of inflammatory pathways that affect your brain function.
One study, which mimicked the Warrior Diet where participants fasted for 20 hours, found that people who consumed meals over four hours in the evening experience more weight loss than those who consumed the same amount of calories during the day.
The NHS recommends losing one to two pounds per week by sticking to a daily calorie allowance, which varies from person to person, depending on many factors including height, weight and gender.
Exercise is also an important part of losing weight, and exercising for around an hour a day will help increase weight loss results.
Also, not every diet works for some people and it is advised to find the one that works for you because many diets have side effects.
The Warrior Diet may increase hunger for the initial days of starting it which can cause a binge eating habit.
Because many people consume fewer calories than they normally would by only eating during a small window with this diet, this may lead to weight loss over time but many experts have said that this will only work long term when incorporated into a healthy lifestyle.
While the Warrior Diet has no scientific research to back up its exact facts, the general diet of intermittent fasting does.
The most common form of intermittent fasting is where you eat food during an eight hour window.
During these hours, you can return to usual eating and the other 16 hours is known as a fasting window, where you do not consume any food.
According to a recent survey by International Food Information Council Foundation, intermittent fasting proved to be one of the most popular diets to follow with many benefits including weight loss.
There are many different ways to intermittent fast and the term is just used as an umbrella term for many different diets.
The idea behind intermittent fasting is insulin levels will drop during the fasting hours, where fat cells will release their stored sugar to be used as energy.
Weight loss occurs when insulin levels drop.
The NHS recommends consulting a doctor or dietitian before undertaking any diet plan.