Doctor Mike On Diets: Intermittent Fasting | Diet Review

Hey guys! I’ve seen over and over questions and comments regarding dieting so I decided to start a series where I conduct a diet review in detail. I know many of you want to lose weight and there are many videos on weight loss out there. But I want to give you an honest doctor’s take on fasting or time restricted eating.

I kicked off the series with the very popular, intermittent fasting or time-restricted eating. It’s claim to fame is that helps burn belly fat/ lose your belly and it does so through fast weight loss. But is fast weight loss even healthy?

Anyway, I could go into more detail covering the smallest intricacies of the diet but I did not want to weigh down the video, both literally and figuratively. Please let me know if this is too little, too much, or just the right amount of information about intermittent fasting.

Also, I want you to remember that diets are not all about weight loss but more importantly about eating healthy. I sincerely hope you enjoy, and definitely let me know if you want more videos like this by giving it a like and a share.

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20 thoughts on “Doctor Mike On Diets: Intermittent Fasting | Diet Review

  1. I´ve been waiting for so long to hear a doctor´s sincere opinion about this. Thank you so much, Mike 🙂

  2. I did not realize I did that…???? no wonder why I've maintained the same weight for the past 4 years.. I've always been 115 for the past 4 years????

  3. I am not expert, but one cannot expect to eat an unhealthy diet then have a painless fast is incongruent. Not that the diet has to be perfect but it is to be at least okay. A high carb diet means the body always wants more and in such cases fasting is hell. Personally, I'm on a six-hour eating window in combination with heavy protein and fats. I have no problem, and I mean no problem, waiting until 12:00 to begin eating and when six comes along, I have no problem waiting because my body is not calling for more food. The desire to eat comes from the consumption of simple carbohydrates.

  4. Wow! I just found website Agoge Diet and read their fitness tips and recipes. I can't wait to get my diet and training plan from that site and transform my body. Summer body, here I come!

  5. Intermittent fasting is the worst thing you can do for your body. Long term damage to organs is irreversible.

  6. Been doing 16:8 and very happy with it. I feel like I could do 20:4, but I do shift work and I'm not sure how that would work for me.

  7. why do not ask a lot of people who are doing that for years, they can share everything so we will know how it is for long term

  8. I struggle to understand this 16/8 thingy cause like does this mean say i eat a lunch then also a snack its fine as long as its in my 8 hour window , to me that doesnt make sense ????????‍♀️ please help !!!

  9. I do this every year, 4-5 months, gluten-free and plantbased. The first week only juices, second raw vegetables and fruits, and then a lot of chickpeas, quinoa, rice (when I have to work my first and only meal), buckwheat, lentils, and a lot more … I eat from 12-6 pm then I don’t until then next day. Let me tell you something, this has been the most important thing in my life concerning my health. Whenever I do this, the first 2 weeks are really hard cause I am used to drinking a lot of coffee, eat a lot of carbs etc. … do the first two weeks you are literarily coming down from all the sugars and caffeine and what not, a lot of headaches, heartburn … but that’s just because your body is detoxing and then with a click; everything is gone! Then you are starting to feel better, sleep better, my skin glows, I have high blood pressure and constant anxiety, these are way less intense then without fasting, insomnia? Gone! I do this every year during summer time, because fruits and vegetables taste the best there and it is way more fun preparing and eating everything. So for me, I can’t live without it it is part of my life and body!

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