Time-Restricted Eating (16/8 Method): This method involves fasting for 16 hours a day and limiting eating to an 8-hour window. It's a popular approach that often involves skipping breakfast and consuming meals within the remaining hours of the day.
Alternate-Day Fasting: With alternate-day fasting, you alternate between regular eating days and fasting days. On fasting days, you consume minimal calories, typically around 25% of your normal intake.
5:2 Diet: The 5:2 diet involves eating normally for five days a week and restricting calorie intake to around 500-600 calories for two non-consecutive days.
Extended Fasting: Extended fasting involves fasting for 24-48 hours or longer. It should be done under medical supervision and may not be suitable for everyone.
Intermittent Fasting with Meal Skipping: This method involves skipping one or more meals during the day, extending the fasting period between meals.