Getting Enough CALORIES on Intermittent Fasting? (video)
Dr. Berg asks the question, are you getting enough calories on intermittent fasting? Its not about calories, it's about the nutrients IN those calories, but it take at least 900 calories to get nutrients. The higher the quality of food, the more nutrient dense the food is, the less you need to eat of it. Nutrient dense foods include eggs, grass fed beef, kale, dark greens, etc.
And when you do intermittent fasting, you put your body into autophagy and you end up recycling your proteins. You also conserve your nutrients meaning you no longer have to strictly follow the RDAs of many nutrients. However, if you notice any nutrient deficiencies with hair loss or fatigue, then add more nutrients. Also when you improve insulin resistance - you end up absorbing more nutrients too so doing 1 meal a day could potentially be a very healthy thing to do. One meal a day is call OMAD (one meal a day).
For more info ... please click the ( Dr. Eric Berg DC YouTube Channel ) previous Hat/Tip link.