While the low-carb diets get shouted from the rooftops, intermittent fasting has been slowly gaining popularity. Find out how these two vanguard dietary schemes stack up!
Low-carb diets seem to be king of the hill at the moment, but I’ve been hearing a lot about intermittent fasting lately. Which is a better fat-loss diet?
This is a great question. The two approaches are more similar on a biochemical level than most people would think. Both are low-insulin diets, meaning they provoke a minimal insulin response from your body. Both also qualify as demanding diets, because they’re in dead contrast with the way most people eat and can require a drastic change in eating habits and priorities.
Let’s break down the difference.