How Long Does It Take Your Body To Adjust To The Intermittent Fasting
This is definitely different for each person, but I would say a couple of weeks. So some people can transition, into a shorter eating window a lot faster. However, I would say usually at most within two weeks. You've kind of gotten more fat adapted. And so what that means is, is that your body is now using fat for fuel instead of using sugar for fuel.
Fat adapted is the metabolic state where your body has been in ketosis long enough that you've kind of transitioned what your body uses for fuel. All I'm used to is burning carbs and sugar for all my energy, and once you start fasting you are no longer constantly getting those carbs and sugars so your body has to find a new source of fuel which is fat! So that is basically what that means when your body gets used to intermittent fasting. I've heard people say it takes like six weeks to get fat adapted, in my opinion, that it really depends on how much weight you have to lose and how used to your body is to grabbing for the sugar or carbs instead of for the fat.
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