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Fasted Cardio vs. Normal Cardio Exercise

Written by Justin Harris and Team 1D   What is Fasted Cardio? Fasted cardio refers to doing a cardiovascular exercise, such as running or cycling, on an empty stomach or after fasting. On the other hand, regular cardio refers to cardiovascular exercise at any time, whether before or after eating.   What Are the Claimed Benefits of Fasted Cardio? While there are some potential benefits to fasted cardio, such as increased fat burning and improved insulin sensitivity, the evidence is mixed and the effects may not be significant for everyone. Here are some potential benefits of fasted cardio compared to normal...

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