Turned off to fasting thinking you can’t go too long without food?
Intermittent fasting, or time restricted feeding, has become such a popular practice with many documented health benefits. Yet it can be challenging for some who can’t go for very long without food.
From regulating insulin levels, encouraging cellular repair, promoting gene expression to supporting longevity and more, even though the benefits are plentiful, again, depending on your specific journey, it can be a game changer to learn ways on how to breakthrough the challenge of fasting and get the most out of it.
This is why I’m excited that my friend and colleague, Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, put together a comprehensive guide where you can learn how to put the practice of fasting into your health regime, even if you can’t go very long without food.
The guide takes any confusion and guesswork out of how to take advantage of the benefits of fasting, including stabilization of blood sugar and insulin swings, weight and belly fat reduction, energy balance, and elimination of brain fog and memory lapses. Fasting has even been shown to reverse conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
There is a way – a better way – to receive the health benefits of fasting, even if you haven’t had much luck with it. Perhaps you’re trying it now, and it’s challenging? Or maybe you’re new to it? Dr. Ritamarie has you covered.
Time restricted feeding, whether you’re narrowing your eating window to 6, 8 or 12 hours, resets the hands of time and activates the genetics that are hardwired to save you. Download this FREE comprehensive fasting guide to so that you can learn how to truly enjoy these amazing benefits.
In good health,
P.S. When you download the fasting guide, you’ll also get access to a video training series called Choosing Longevity: Simple Strategies to Increase Your Energy & Vitality, At Any Age. Dr. Ritamarie created this video series to open the kimono about brain health, blood sugar, ketones and more. She’ll be going deep on topics such as intermittent fasting pros and cons, keto diets, and all the research on overcoming fatigue and getting your energy back.