Fast Five Diet was introduced by Bert Herring M.D, it's about integrating intermittent fasting into a daily routine that gets appetite working like it should, reducing intake if you have excess fat and maintaining a healthy weight if you don't. The Fast-5 rule is simple, eat within five consecutive hours.
The fast 5 diet concept. It is a weight-loss and weight-maintenance plan based on the concept of intermittent fasting. It consists of only one rule: limit calorie intake to no more than five consecutive hours in each day.
Dieters using the Fast-5 diet have to fast for nineteen hours each day. This nineteen hours includes sleep as well. After the nineteen hours of fasting, dieters then have five hours in which they can eat whatever they choose.
Though this diet may not be for everyone, it is worth giving try. Stick to it for a couple of weeks and see how it feels.
The Fast-5 Diet calls for a single, dramatic change: extending your daily fast from whatever it is now (it may be only the time you are asleep) to 19 hours, so you eat only between 5 pm and 10 pm. For a couple of weeks after pushing break-fast to 5 pm, you may experience compensatory overeating during the 5 pm - 10 pm window, but that's no problem.
As you stick with the plan, your ability to turn away from food during the day increases, and your calorie intake falls by around 500 calories a day - enough to lose about a pound per week.
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