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It has gained the name the 16:8 diet or the eight-hour diet because within a 24-hour window you eat for eight hours and fast for the remaining 16. David Kingsbury, who trains stars like Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence, says of the regimen, "The 16:8 is essentially where people fast for 16 hours and just eat in an eight-hour window. You can fit that in around your lifestyle."
The timings are really the only rules you need to abide by, and you can decide when you eat and when you fast. Some people find skipping breakfast and eating between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. easiest, but if you love breakfast and think you can handle no food after 5 p.m., then by all means load up your first meal of the day in the morning and eat between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., for example.
During the eight hours, you can eat and drink whatever you like. This doesn't give you carte blanche to go wild and eat dozens of bags of Kettle chips, but you don't need to watch your calorie intake either.
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