Intermittent fasting is the ultimate lifestyle hack to speed up weight loss and related good health. To maintain a consistent weight, you can not beat intermittent fasting as an effective tool. It can be wielded with great effect to give added punch to your weight loss and stabilise blood sugar. It can take a little getting used to, both physically and mentally, and you need to do it right for good results.
We encourage you to follow your body’s cues to work out what dietary details affect you most. Sensitivity varies from individual to individual. Sugar, refined carbohydrates and gluten affect different people with varying degrees of toxicity. Other foods may have some positive attributes and some negative. It’s up to you to work out the specifics, with the three categories below deserving special mention.
Our body’s energy metabolism exists in one of two states: we store fat, or we burn fat. What causes the body to switch from one state to the other?
Understanding the importance of gut health.
Current medical thinking is emphasizing the importance of the gut (intestines). There are links between digestion, mood, and health. The majority of people who are overweight and insulin-resistant, also have poor gut health. The gut is a place of complex interaction between nerve signals, hormones, and the microbiota. Upset it and the consequences can be disastrous.