Intermittent Fasting is a Tool, it is not a diet. Intermittent Fasting is the practice of not eating for a specific period of time. Typically, these perioids are as short as 8 hrs, 16 hrs, 24hrs, and sometimes as long as 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, and have been as long as 382 days.
By simply changing your eating pattern and implementing intermittent fasting, you can change your life.
- Increase Fat Burning
- Increase Energy
- Increase Mood
- Increase Cognitive Thinking
- Improve Skin
- Improve Digestion
- Improve Muscle
- Increase Autophagy
- Improve Immunity
- Live Longer
- Save Time
- Save Money
- Decrease Inflammation
- Decrease Blood Pressure
- Fix a Fatty Liver
- Reduce Hunger
- Decreaser Risk of Heart Disease
- Decrease Risk of Dementia
- Decrease Risk of Diabetes
- Fix your metabolism
Fasting is the most Powerful Natural Healing Solution Ever
Choosing not to eat for a period of time is called fasting or intermittent fasting, not starvation. It does not tell you what to eat, it’s simply a pattern of eating. It’s changing when you choose to eat and when you don’t eat.
Millions and millions of people around the
If you were raised Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Rastafarian, or Mormon, all of these people are fasting on regular basis every year for their entire adult lives. All of these religions did not prescribe fasting to their believers because they wanted to harm them, quite the contrary, fasting is a tool to help heal the body.
The Christian faith prescribes periods of fasting all throughout the year.
Buddhist monks fast on a daily basis. Typically, they’ll fast from noon until sunrise the following day. Every day there’s a prolonged period of fasting.
The Muslim faith is also profound believers in fasting. The prophet Mohammed said fasting brings us to the door of his palace. Many people have heard of the holy month of Ramadan. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunup until sundown every day for an entire month.
Hippocrates who is considered one of the three fathers of Western medicine famously said, “Our food should be our medicine, our medicine should be our food… but to eat when you are sick is to feed your sickness.”
Philippus Paracelsus, another one of the three fathers of Western medicine said, “Fasting is the greatest remedy – the physician within.”
Mahatma Gandhi also said, “a genuine fast cleanses the body, mind, and soul.”
Benjamin Franklin who is world-renowned as one of the smartest men who had ever lived said, “The best of all medicines is resting and fasting.”
The Power of Intermittent Fasting
Have you seen enough to give it a try?