It is generally acceptable to consume it during fasting periods.
Moderate coffee consumption will not significantly interfere with your intermittent fasting. You should be able to drink your coffee black, if you consume less than 50 calories. One serving of black coffee contains Calories-2, Protein-0 grams Fat-0 grams.
The benefits of intermittent fasting are unlikely to be harmed by black coffee. it’s perfectly acceptable. Your body will remain fast.
Coffee interestingly shares and complements many of these benefits too. Intermittent fasting is linked to a lower risk of mental decline, as well as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
Your intake of calories is reduced during fasting, whereas boosting metabolism, an effective tool to lose your belly fat and weight.
Reduces inflammation within the body against aging and the development of numerous diseases.
Improve risk of heart diseases such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, triglycerides, and inflammatory markers.
Overall, moderate coffee intake will not significantly disrupt your intermittent fast. Just make sure it's black and free of any unnecessary ingredients.
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