Intermittent fasting (IF) has become a wildly popular way to eat. Although people swear by IF to help them lose weight, it can also improve digestion, give you more energy, and curb sugar cravings. There are actually five different ways to do intermittent fasting, each of which promises similar results (weight loss, improved energy, etc.).
But what about time-restricted eating? Turns out, time-restricted eating is a form of intermittent fasting, with some notable differences from other forms of IF. Here, we break down what each one means and whether either of these eating methods is right for you.