Doctor Mike On Diets: Intermittent Fasting | Diet Review

Doctor Mike On Diets: Intermittent Fasting | Diet Review

Hey guys! I’ve seen over and over questions and comments regarding dieting so I decided to start a series where I conduct a diet review in detail. I know many of you want to lose weight and there are many videos on weight loss out there. But I want to give you an honest doctor’s take on fasting or time restricted eating.

I kicked off the series with the very popular, intermittent fasting or time-restricted eating. It’s claim to fame is that helps burn belly fat/ lose your belly and it does so through fast weight loss. But is fast weight loss even healthy?

Anyway, I could go into more detail covering the smallest intricacies of the diet but I did not want to weigh down the video, both literally and figuratively. Please let me know if this is too little, too much, or just the right amount of information about intermittent fasting.

Also, I want you to remember that diets are not all about weight loss but more importantly about eating healthy. I sincerely hope you enjoy, and definitely let me know if you want more videos like this by giving it a like and a share.

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20 Responses to Doctor Mike On Diets: Intermittent Fasting | Diet Review

  1. Ram Talks says:

    I´ve been waiting for so long to hear a doctor´s sincere opinion about this. Thank you so much, Mike 🙂

  2. Kayn The Cosmic shadow says:

    Bruh we muslims been doing this for a month each year lmao but for us we aren’t allowed to drink as well

  3. Mukul Rawat says:

    Lol…. In Hinduism we do fasting from thousand of years… No doubt out saints n sages got the knowledge of this concept millenials before the doctors these days..

  4. Maria Maria says:

    Done 16/8 and lost 2 kilos in the first 4 days! I've been on keto and it made me "hangry" I just yo-yo back and forth to my weight, I was 75kg now 70.5kg in 2 weeks. I feel good, not sluggish. Planning to do a 24-hr every other day, for a week. ❤️

  5. Lilinass Melinass says:

    No need to review anything where ever I watch things about IF I keep saying ,Fasting is present since thousands years and one of the basic rules of ISLAM is to fast from dawn to dusk and then you free to eat and drink

  6. Alia Ris says:

    I do circadian fasting, which kinda reversed from common IF, since I just skip dinner. I don't really aim for weight loss, but more of a better balance on hormones and insulin, as well as fixing my insomnia. So far, it's a wonder . I don't feel midday fatigue anymore, and I could sleep normally — albeit a lil bit earlier, and it has been undisturbed at all. I stop my craving, which usually happen in late afternoon, by drinking coffee and a lot of water, and stop seeing any foodporn.

    It's not for everyone, I understand. There has been some people that also do extreme fasting for a couple days in a week, like 24 or even 72 hours of no meal. Imo, I won't try it, since it's a bit bordering to eating disorder, and being someone with body dysmorphia, it could do more harm for me.

    Eat healthy doesn't mean you have to punish yourself.

  7. Kyria Fisher says:

    thank you for the info! this video helped me plan my own. watch my week long IF experience and tell me how I did!

  8. Forever Reminiscing says:

    What if your skinny?

  9. Sakunika Ganegedara says:

    Thank you!!! I was waiting for someone professional enough to discuss this topic!!!!

  10. Jer Lemieux says:

    In the beginning of the video you stated that IF isn’t a new thing and has been a reality since the beginning of ages, then at 4 minutes you went on to say we don’t know of any long term side effects or effectiveness in the diet. That kind of threw me off.

    The way I see it is since the literal beginning of time humans bodies were only meant for IF, we are meant to be hunter gatherers going days between meals, our bodies have not been in their prime because of the ease of access and convenience of food being everywhere. I can’t see IF ever being detrimental to our bodies. Correct me if I’m wrong… I’m sure certain health problems like diabetes can’t sustain an IF diet, but if we were on IF since birth I doubt diabetes would even exist unless there was some form of pancreatic damage.

  11. Jorge Hidalgo says:

    I love fasting best thing ever. Amazing feeling. and keep me in good shape.

  12. akhi nur says:

    Very good

  13. Atul Dixit says:

    I am doing if and Whenever I eat 6pm then I start next day at 10 am
    And whenever I eat 6.30 or 7.0 pm then next day I take 3 at 10.30 or 11.0AM
    Is this ok to being flexible with fasting 16 hours too?

  14. BARRY WALTERS says:

    Too much talk no info

  15. john smith says:

    I'd like to see Dr. Fung debate this clown on the subject.

  16. Adarsh Shrestha says:

    hi does IF decreases Metabolism?

  17. Eric Jensen says:

    Thanks for a really SOUND review of this idea.

  18. gabriela emiliano says:

    Can you talk about Snake Diet?

  19. kkaayycciiee says:

    The buttons on Dr. Mike’s shirt are screaming for help

  20. Supriya Rachel says:

    This guy is too hot for me to focus on the subject 🙁

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