How Intermittent Fasting Supports Weight Loss and Disease Prevention
Part 2

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In part one of this series you heard about my experience with intermittent fasting and the success I've had with weight loss, blood sugar control and digestive issues since incorporating this popular diet strategy.

In today's show, Part 2, you'll hear the science behind intermittent fasting.

I'll tell you about why this dietary protocol isn't starvation and what studies are finding about the difference between Intermittent fasting and traditional calorie restricted diets.

It's time to start taking a serious look at the evidence supporting all of the benefits behind when you eat vs. what you eat.

Intermittent fasting has been shown to support weight loss, the metabolism of stored fat, including organ fat, blood sugar and insulin regulation and cancer prevention beyond the benefits of calorie restriction.

I'll share several different ways you can incorporate intermittent fasting into your lifestyle...once you've discussed it with your doctor of course...and a few tips on overcoming challenges like timing and hunger while you're fasting.

If you're looking for a dietary solution to support your wellness, you definitely want to listen to this show.

Resources:
Websites:

The Fasting Method

Fast Your Way to Wellness Program

Valter Longo on fasting, longevity and disease

Prolon: Fast Mimicking Diet

Studies:

Fasting and Caloric Restriction in Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Prevention of Tamoxifen-related Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Breast Cancer Patients

RCT of Caloric Restriction vs. Alternate-Day Fasting in Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

 

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