Not everyone can indulge in an intermittent fasting everyday routine.
Its too scary for some that the very imagination of it has never before found roots in their head.
But how difficult is it?
Like everything else until we become part of it, the truth of the matter will always evade us.
So it is with an intermittent fasting everyday routine that has become almost second nature to me.
It all began in 2016, I think around February. That was the period I became quite versed in the whole intermittent fasting health movement.
So I started putting it into practice. I started with a 10am to 8pm eating window.
From there, I eventually made it to the 12noon to 8pm schedule which is the 16/8 intermittent fasting method.
These days I can actually stay without food for as like as 22 hours a day.
But it was not always the case. In the beginning I had to struggle with cravings.
But even that stopped. With each new day of intermittent fasting came a reduction in how much hunger I could feel.
Now, I don’t get hungry until around 4 pm and it is not that serious.
This reduced sensitivity to hunger is one of the benefits of the practice.
Like everything else, the beginning is always the hardest.
For me it is now a norm to be without food during the morning hours.
I can’t even remember when last I ate under 12 noon.
If I can see it as normal, so can you. All you have to do, is go at it, one day at a time.
There is nothing too herculean about an intermittent fasting everyday routine, so go for it.