# Dr. Patty Tae # IF 16 8 method

Intermittent Fasting Works with Dr. Patty Tae and Jennifer L. Scott


I have a very special treat for you today, Dr. Patty Tae, board-certified pediatrician and obesity medicine specialist, answers all of my questions about intermittent fasting.

As a disclaimer: please consult your doctor before trying intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting should not be practiced by pregnant and breastfeeding women. All people who are taking medications should consult their doctor before trying intermittent fasting.

Dr. Patty Tae is a Daily Connoisseur reader and a fan of the Madame Chic series. She is offering her knowledge as an obesity medicine specialist to share her well-researched knowledge on intermittent fasting. 

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Here is a list of some of the topics we discuss in today's video, along with their time stamps.

0:00 Introduction/ disclaimer 2:35 Why is IF beneficial? 5:02 Is IF extreme? 11:00 Dinner at 5pm? 12:45 Non-stop snacking is a major problem 13:29 The role of insulin 16:01 The best time to fast 18:26 Long-term side effects? 20:03 Dehydration 21:14 What about keto? 23:35 Should women fast differently than men? 26:11 Salt 28:47 Weight loss plateau 33:44 When you reach your weight loss goal 34:56 IF for 7 years? 36:59 Circadian rhythm? 39:33 Caloric beverages 40:29 Conclusion

I truly hope you enjoy today's video. 


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Jordan writes, "Thanks for sharing! Love these types of videos from you. After watching you for some time, I started having my own afternoon tea (sometimes it’s coffee depending on the day). It’s a delightful and often a necessary afternoon pick-me-up 🥰"

Hi Jordan, I'm thrilled that you are inspired to enjoy afternoon tea now... one of the great pleasures in life! 

Thank you for watching. And thank you to Dr. Tae for this wonderful interview. If you are doing intermittent fasting, I'd love to hear about your experience in the comments. Your comment could be chosen as comment of the week on the blog. 

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GreenEyed Susan said...

Thank you for this video! It was great, and I was so happy that she mentioned hormone cycles (circadian rhythm) with the timing of IF. This is so important, yet it's not mentioned very often with IF. I love that your blog gives practical advice for every day living that we can implement in realistic ways into our lives. Thank you and God Bless.

JanElise said...

Loved this interview! Very helpful!

Susan S said...

I became interested in IF for health, rather than weight reasons. Thank you for posting this video. I learned some new things!
I remember from the 1960's some of the habits that you mention. They include: 3 distinct meals, supper being earlier rather than later, no eating between meals or after dinner, eating meals with other people, not alone - usually family members, school or work mates. No snacking with the possible exception of a piece of fruit or some nuts if there was too much time until the next meal. Beverages were water. Everything else was either considered food (milk) or special treat (cola, fruit juice). I only knew one family that broke these traditions. (Close family friends.) Every member of the family was obese.
There wasn't much ready-to-eat (snack) food available then. Food had to be prepared by a member of the family. People were more frugal then. One didn't "waste money" on already prepared food that offered no nutritional value.
Children did not get special meals. Kids didn't have to like the cabbage, onions, and potatoes for dinner and usually weren't required to eat it. But no more food would be available until the next meal, usually more than 14 hours later. Not punishment, just part of the learning process.

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Thank you for your comments, ladies. I'm so glad you enjoyed the interview with Dr. Tae!