This “Timing Trick” BEATS Any Disease (WOW!)
As a doctor, I don’t practice what I preach… I preach what I practice.
In other words, I research the best ways to live a long, healthy life, and I put them into practice in my own life.
THEN I encourage my patients and readers like you to do the same.
This is one of the BEST steps I have taken for my health is a certain “timing trick”—and it could be just as beneficial for you.
Don’t be put off by the word fasting.
Intermittent fasting doesn’t mean starving yourself. It means not eating for a designated amount of time each day.
You could do a 12-hour window, 16-hour window, or more.
The details are up to you. I prefer a 16-hour window, and I don’t eat after dark.
Here are 5 of the reasons key benefits of intermittent fasting.
- It can improve your blood sugar control.
In one study, type 2 diabetics who did short-term intermittent fasting significantly decreased their blood sugar levels.
Another study showed that intermittent fasting was as effective as limiting calorie intake at reducing insulin resistance.
- It can boost your brain function.
In one animal study, 11 months of intermittent fasting led to improvements in brain function and structure.
Other animal studies have found that fasting can improve Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
- It can help you lose weight.
It should go without saying that eating for fewer hours in the day can also lead to fewer inches in your waistline—but studies have proven this to be true.
In one study, fasting led to a 9 percent reduction in body weight and significantly reduced body fat over a 12- to 24-week period.
It’s also been shown to boost metabolism by increasing the neurotransmitter norepinephrine.
- It can help prevent cancer.
In one animal study, alternate-day fasting blocked the formation of tumors.
And another impressive study showed that exposing cancer cells to fasting cycles was as effective as chemotherapy at delaying tumor growth.
It also boosted the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs.
- It can help you live longer.
Numerous animal studies have shown that intermittent fasting helps extend lifespan.
In fact, one of the studies found that animals that did intermittent fasting lived 83 percent longer than those that didn’t fast.
It’s always good to get the all-clear from your doctor before making any major changing to your eating.
But if you get the green light, go for it.
I’ll be honest—the first few days can be tough. But your body will adjust before you know it.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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