Many people in today’s world want a quick fix for their health and intermittent fasting is a popular way that people use to lose some of their excess weight.
Sounds good right?
What actually is intermittent fasting?
Well, it’s when for example you fast for around 16 hours out of a 24-hour period and you have a smaller window in which to eat your meals.
Weight loss is often touted as being one of the biggest benefits to come from intermittent fasting, yet there are also other benefits as well.
Now, Yulia and I have been practicing intermittent fasting for many years and it’s great feeling light in the mornings after a longer period of not eating.
Our ancient ancestors never had access to a 24/7 supply of food like most of us do with supermarkets and buying food online.
So it would have been quite normal for them to eat less at times and even go through periods when food was more scarce.
Intermittent fasting helps your body to detox because is has a longer length of time in which it can clean and regenerate itself, instead of spending large amount of time and energy digesting and processing food.
But, theirs is one very big mistake that people can make when it comes to intermittent fasting which can NEGATE many of the benefits that you can get from doing it.
So what is it?
This is what I share in my video as well as the other health benefits you can get from intermittent fasting other than weight loss.
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