I just read the leangain guide: and I would really like to try intermittent fasting because it seems more "time-friendly" for a lack of better words. I'm in college and don't have time for 6 meals a day as it becomes a hassle. I need help making a schedual for it because reading the common college schedual he posted doesn't fit mine. I'm in class mon-thurs basically 10-6pm mon-thurs.
I'd appreciate some help and past experience on intermittent fasting.
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