Intermittent fasting has become a new trend among the millennial generation, to cope with the harmful effects of an unhealthy lifestyle. Unlike traditional fasting, intermittent fasting has a lot more health benefits. In this method, a cycle of eating pattern is followed where you eat and fast between the specific periods. 

The basics of intermittent fasting. 

It does not say specifically about the food you eat, but when you eat it. For example, most of us fast every day when we are sleeping,and this could be extended a little longer by skipping breakfast and eating the meal at noon and dinner at 8 pm. This way, you are technically fasting for 16 hours and restricting yourself not to eat for 8 more hours. This is called as 16/8 method of fasting. So, here, in this article, we will explain should an individual pursue this method if he/she has undergone a major weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery.

Can a bariatric surgery patient go for intermittent fasting?

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