Here are the key take aways according to podcastnotes
- The single most black and white thing you can do to reduce your risk of cancer is to incorporate regular prolonged fasts
- If you’re healthy, regular fasts are one of one of the best things you can do for your body
- Before you think about jumping on the intermittent fasting bandwagon, first consider all the nutrients you’re missing out on from the foods you do consume(protein, fiber, micronutrients, fiber, vegetables)
- Add these foods into your diet before starting to skip meals
- Do NOT look at fasting as an easy way to lose weight
- The best way to fast is to lead into it with a low-carbohydrate/ketogenic type diet that’s relatively low-calorie
- When breaking a fast, eat easily digestible foods in small portions (otherwise you’re in for a horrible stomach ache and diarrhea)
- If you’re relatively healthy, long fasts seem to not have any negative side effects
Lets figure it out! The Fasting Motivation podcast is not medical advice.
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