In a recent study, people on an intermittent fasting diet lose 2.2 times more weight than those on a low-calorie, low-fat diet. Triglyceride and cholesterol levels also improved.
When comparing a intermittent fasting diet to a calorie restrictive diet, research proves an intermittent fasting diet is more effective for weight loss.
That's why the intermittent fasting diet has become so popular over the last few years, it is helping people get rid of excess fat and weight.
When your body gets into fat-burning ketosis, you become what is known as "fat-adapted."
That's when your fat cells shrink, enter your bloodstream, end up in your liver where they are converted to ketones.
Then, you use those ketones for energy, instead of glucose from carbs.