Intermittent fasting (IF) involves cycling between periods of eating and fasting.
This method restricts eating to an 8-hour window and involves fasting for the remaining 16 hours of the day.
Alternate-day fasting involves alternating between fasting days, where calorie intake is limited, and regular eating days.
In the 5:2 method, individuals eat normally for five days of the week and consume a reduced calorie intake on two non-consecutive fasting days.
A 24-hour fast involves abstaining from food for a full day. This can be done once or twice a week, where you eat dinner one day and then don't eat again until dinner the next day.
The Warrior Diet involves fasting for 20 hours and eating one large meal within a 4-hour window in the evening.
Extended fasting involves fasting for longer periods, typically ranging from 36 to 48 hours.