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As we aim to educate women about intermittent fasting techniques to lead healthier life, we provide them with effective tips, tools, and inspiration to the best of our ability. Although the content we provide is reliable and tested, we do not guarantee any result as everybody’s health mechanism is different. Use the suggested techniques at your own responsibility. We also advise consulting a qualified physician or medical professional before incorporating intermittent fasting techniques. You should talk to a doctor regarding your medical condition before practicing these fasting techniques.

The content provided by Fasting Secrets must not be relied upon for any medical treatment. Inform your doctor about the changes in your diet before incorporating them into your lifestyle. Never disregard medical advice because of the information you gather from our site or other communication channels. 

Who should not fast?

You must not incorporate Intermittent Fasting into your lifestyle if you are: 


  • BMI is less than 18.5
  • Have eating disorder
  • Pregnant women 
  • Breastfeeding Women
  • Children under 18-years


You may incorporate Intermittent Fasting but should consult a medical professional if you are:


  • Type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus
  • Under prescription medication
  • Diagnosed with uric acid or gout
  • Diagnosed with serious medical conditions like heart, kidney, or liver diseases