Breakfast Might Not Be So Essential After All
It's long been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But a recent diet strategy known as intermittent fasting has been challenging that idea. Instead of counting calories or carbs, or cutting anything out, the diet focuses on when you eat. And, for a lot of people, it involves skipping breakfast.
The most popular types of intermittent fasting are time-restricted eating, which involves constraining eating to within a certain time window, and alternate-day fasting, which alternates a whatever-you-want-to-eat day and either a day with a single 500-calorie meal or no calories at all.Read Full Article