Several studies have also proven that benefits of intermittent fasting can extend to better heart health,

blood pressure readings,

diabetes check and

much more.


Is Intermittent Fasting safe for everyone?

The diet, which makes you eat in a given time period and voluntarily fast for the remaining hours is quite effective if done right.

However, that doesn't mean it's foolproof. Like any diet, this too has its share of cons.

There are certain times the diet may not work for certain people.

Here are 4 people who should not try intermittent fasting:

1. Those suffering from an eating disorder

2. Those who are pregnant

3. If you have Type 1 diabetes

4. Those who are training

source; Dr David Jockers, Niraj Naik