Dr. Oz Investigates Intermittent Fasting



Dr. Michael Mosley discusses the benefits of intermittent fasting for weight loss and why he turned to this method after being diagnosed with diabetes. Subscribe …

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  1. Enz# home
    Enz# home says:

    fasting works like a charm ..but if those of us that grew up in the 60's-70's remember that we only ate when we were supposed to now they call it 18 and 6 fasting..lol…and even before us nobody was fat because nobody had alot of money to eat. look at all the old pics of people majoriy were skinny very rare fat people ..now they put a fancy name on it and everybody things its new..lol..its ok its just nothing new its going back to the old way of life which seems to work way better…

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  2. Brie Thomass
    Brie Thomass says:

    not sure if I'm just pulling into a delusional State into halfway fasting for 24 hours but it seems like my allergies are barely there, my senses are heightened.I also have mental tics from when my dad passed away and it's terrible and only time I'm able to control them and hide them easier is if I'm nothing in me and I'm fasting. I started a Wonder because maybe fasting helps your mentality?I'm just sad about this because while fasting is very beneficial for my issues I wish something would control my tics as good as fasting. I tried medication but it sucks more harm than good. I do have coffee with a few creamers with a lot of water.

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  3. Buffalosabskis
    Buffalosabskis says:

    All bullshit. Everything is calories in vs calories out. It’s all about doing what works best for you to reach your goals. I love intermittent fasting and a low carb diet. A bit too high on the protein to be keto. I only allow myself a 6 hour window to eat. Therefore I push my calories to later in the day. This allows me to “get the fasting over with” and get to be full by eating all my calories in my window. I also find this very sustainable at Maintenance

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  4. daniela Guzman
    daniela Guzman says:

    IF has really helped me control my sugar intake as I’m now more careful to eat what will keep me full rather than sugary foods that will have be crashing in a few hours. Stick to filling foods like leafy greens or oatmeal.

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  5. Cr8tive
    Cr8tive says:

    Dr Oz totally scammed Dr Berg folks. Check out dr bergs Youtube page and he made a video about it.

    They invited him on todo a show And asked him to write up all his material. They then cancelled that show but used Dr Bergs material for the show as if Dr Oz came up with it

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  6. GhoulEater 0102
    GhoulEater 0102 says:

    I started fasting on Monday, and so far all I do is drink about 3 bottles of water, to keep my hunger down. I eat one meal a day and it isnt much I eat. Like yesterday i tried eating some chicken soup and i barely ate it. I cant wait to see the results after 1 month

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  7. Heath Wells
    Heath Wells says:

    This works. Dropped 16 lbs. started Jan 1st. I travel and this seems to be the best thing I have tried. I feel better. Sleep better and wake up better. Just starting on the journey but happy with the start

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  8. Shasha Dee
    Shasha Dee says:

    So I have a question for intermittent fasters. During the eating period, does this mean you can ear more than once during this time, or does it mean you only break the fast and eat ONCE during this period?

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  9. OwnerOP77
    OwnerOP77 says:

    Dr. Oz is a fake, I remember when he was suppose to have Dr. Berg on his show to talk about IF and Keto. Then out of no where Dr. Oz canceled and took all of Dr. berg's content and put it on his show with someone else.

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