Is fasting safe for someone with blood sugar issues or for those with diabetes?
Yes it can be. There are several different types and strategies for fasting.
Intermittent fasting is the safest place to start if you are dealing with a blood sugar issue. This typically consists of an incremental fast starting with a 16 hour window of fasting followed by an 8 hour window of eating. This is often times referred to as 16:8 fasting. 20:4 is also a safe strategy.
Ultimately, if you are concerned with your health and have adrenal or major blood sugar problems, it is best for you to work with an experienced health professional.

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