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The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Intermittent Fasting

After dabbling in intermittent fasting (IF) for over six months, I've experienced some tremendous benefits including weight loss, improved digestion, increased mental clarity, better sleep, and getting a handle on my sugar cravings. But it wasn't without making a few errors along the way. If you're thinking about trying intermittent fasting, avoid these mistakes. Choosing the Wrong Plan There are so many different forms of intermittent fasting, so be sure to choose the one that works with your schedule, needs, and lifestyle.
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