Fasting is a traditional practice of many faiths which involves abstaining from food, drink or both. Intermittent fasting has also become an increasingly popular trend in the last few years. Fasting may offer several health and spiritual benefits, however it may pose a risk for some people with diabetes. One of the most commonly studied faith-based fasting with diabetes is in Muslim populations fasting for Ramadan. There are Clinical Practice Guidelines for healthcare practitioners to support patients with diabetes during Ramadan. As the diversity of North America’s ethnic population continues to increase as well as the emerging research on intermittent fasting, dietitians are more likely to see clients fasting with diabetes. This presentation will help dietitians understand the current clinical and nutrition recommendations to best support patients fasting with diabetes.