intermittent fasting

Our bodies have healing power. Imagine having a broken bone and putting a plaster. After a while, the bone will join itself even though there’s no medicine in the plaster. If you cut yourself, the skin stitches back together within days. Intermittent fasting is one way the body can heal itself back after the damage…

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In intermittent fasting, what essentially takes place in the body is that one source of energy — which can facilitate the accumulation of body fat — is switched for another. Our bodies run on glucose or simple sugar, but when we fast for a longer period of time, that energy source becomes unavailable. Our system…

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