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Intermittent Fasting and In Home Personal Training in Toronto

How do you choose the right diet for YOU in this day and age?

Today I'd like to talk to you about intermittent fasting.

Intermittent fasting is essentially is an eating pattern. It is not a diet! It is an eating pattern.

So it doesn't tell you what to eat, rather it tells you what times you should eat. There are periods of rest called fasting.

People are using intermittent fasting for fat loss as well as to simplify their lifestyles.

Methods to Implement Intermittent Fasting

So what are some of the methods you can use to implement intermittent fasting?

One, is called a 16/8 method, which is basically where you skip breakfast and then you eat from 1:00 to 9:00 PM and then fast for 16 hours until the next day. You would then repeat the process.

Second, you have the Eat-Stop-Eat method.

Lastly, you have the 5:2 diet.

Unfortunately, I'm not going to go into the full details of each of these in this post.

If you have any questions, please be sure to reach out to one of the in home personal trainers we have in Toronto.


How does intermittent fasting help your hormones? It affects two hormones, HGH and insulin.

HGH or human growth hormone vastly increases which aids in fat loss as well as muscle gain.

Insulin will decrease, but allow you to access more fat cells to help in your fat loss efforts.


If you want to find out about intermittent fasting, please be sure to reach out to us.

If you live in downtown Toronto, you should get a personal trainer in Toronto as well.

Having a personal trainer near-by makes it easier to show up on days you don't feel like it.

Another option is to get in-home personal training.

You don't even have to travel.

You can stay in the comfort and safety of your home.

If you've read this far, you are ready to hit your health & fitness goals.

Book a free consultation today here or

Call 647 988 6794

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