The answer is yes! But you have to follow some tips to avoid the potential danger.
Choose a fasting plan
Start with lower intensity, such as 12:12 and 14:10. Stay at this plan for at least ONE week before changing to another. You can work towards 16:8 and 18:6 which are more effective.
Drink more fluid
Drinking water or any other calorie-free fluid can help reduce symptoms, especially headaches, and suppress hunger during fasting.
Eat low glycemic index food
Glycemic index (GI) refers to how quickly a food causes your blood sugar level to rise. Aim for lower GI food to digest slower and help keep you full for longer.
Regular exercise is a good way to help you distract from fasting, manage stress as well as reverse insulin resistance to regulate blood sugar levels. Even a 30-60 minutes walk daily can provide significant health benefits.