Source: Precision Nutrition 

Every couple months a new dieting variable spreads like wild fire.  In most cases the variable is nothing ground-breaking, but it's presentation and appeal is broadened and considered by the masses.

Consider intermittent fasting. It's a topic we've covered countless times on and many males and females experience great success with it.

There’s evidence that IF, when done properly, might help regulate blood glucose, control blood lipids, reduce the risk of coronary disease, manage body weight, help us gain (or maintain) lean mass, reduce the risk of cancer, and more. 

All sounds beneficial until you and I begin to fast and we're missing periods, we're hungrier, and gaining fat.

Have you considered the effects of intermittent fasting exclusively for women? What impact does it have on female hormones?

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