Huh, TIL. (I partially knew about the ketosis thing, but not the breakfast part.) Thanks for the info.
At any rate, there should be a giant disclaimer at the top of the any such article: talk to your doctor before undertaking any fast or significant dietary change. Every body is different! Various conditions, medications, and hundreds of other factors can affect the safety of any such diet.
I wonder if personal stories need such a disclaimer? I does clearly cross the line from story to advice, so probably.
I've got a disclaimer on my site.
Personal stories need no disclaimer, also I'm not trying to be cocky or anything but I feel that recommending that other humans eat and exercise the same way every other animal on this planet does, is not posing any health risk. Also I did put a disclaimer in the story. You see some people have insulin disorders and a certain type of diabetes that may require that person to consult a physician if they do something like this. I really do believe that humans at one point had to wake up hungry, hunt and kill food in order to eat. I feel intermittent fasting mimics that in some way and it's completely natural.
I'm glad some are passionate about health even if it's not what I subscribe to. I welcome all comments.
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