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Today Deanna is explaining intermittent fasting. It’s not a diet; it’s an eating schedule. When our body is in a fasted state, it can heal itself and our cells turnover. On the other hand, while we are eating, our body has to digest that food.
During the fasted state, our bodies can work on burning fat. Remember when the media told us to eat six small meals a day? Well, we are all different. What works for one person may not work for another person. Intermittent fasting will work for most people. When you eat small meals throughout the day, your body does not have a chance to recover.
Our body’s number one energy source is carbs. When we are in a fasted state, we can get into fat burning. There are all sorts of various ways to do intermittent fasting. The method Deanna utilizes is sixteen hours of fasting and eight hours of eating. This is probably one of the easiest intermittent fasting schedules. It’s challenging to do twenty-four-hour fasts – you can always try this monthly rather than weekly.
One of the reasons Deanna started fasting is because she wanted to learn more about it. Plus, there are many health benefits like losing weight, slowing down the aging process, mental clarity, reversing type two diabetes, increasing growth hormones, and reducing the chances of cancer. Deanna says everyone should try intermittent fasting. Once you try it, you will realize how straightforward it really is. A typical start of the day for Deanna is coffee, exercise, and then she breaks her fast around 1:00PM.
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