Is flexible intermittent fasting right for you?

The best aspect of IF has the flexibility to alter your fasting times. Some people like regimented times best, whilst others lead a busy lifestyle and want to change according to their plans. Neither is wrong, as long as it works for you, and it’s something you can use as a lifestyle plan in order to maintain those intermittent fasting results.

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