There’s a new dieting trend joining the ranks of keto and clean eating. Intermittent fasting has quickly grown to the most popular diet for managing weight and improving health, practiced by as many as 10% of Americans.1
Its popularity is driven, in part, by its simplicity — the potential of losing weight and improving your health without preparing special meals or counting calories. This type of fasting puts restrictions on when you can eat, usually limiting food intake during a designated time frame. By fasting, your body burns through the calories from your last meal and starts burning fat.