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12 Questions to Test Your Knowledge About Intermittent fasting

Intermittent Fasting is quickly becoming a very popular method of dieting in today’s world. Almost everyone who has ever tried dieting or is trying to eat healthy in general have looked up or tried this method at least once. Do you think you know enough about this method to be able to distinguish between facts and myths?

Try this quiz and see for yourself! Who knows, you might even be an expert!

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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and skipping it will make you fat.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Eating smaller meals more often does not increase your metabolism.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Eating small meals frequently helps reduce hunger.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Eating smaller meals more frequently can help you lose weight.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Your brain does not need a regular supply of dietary glucose. Your body can produce glucose on its own to fuel your brain.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Short-term fasting does not put your body into starvation mode.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Eating often or frequently snacking is good for your health.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Studies show that intermittent fasting may help you maintain muscle mass while dieting.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Your body can only use a certain amount of protein per meal.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    Intermittent fasting makes you overeat.

    • Fact
    • Myth
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    You cannot eat whatever you want during the off-fasting period.

    • Fact
    • Myth

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