Intermittent fasting is a dietary strategy that manipulates the timing of food consumption in a pattern that typically trends toward longer breaks between meal times. By having longer breaks between meals, you are allowing the digestive system a prolonged period of time to rest and recover. There are several different types of fasting strategies that are covered in this video.

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