Between meals, as long as we don’t snack, our insulin levels will go down and our fat cells can then release their stored sugar, to be used as energy. We lose weight if we let our insulin levels go down. The entire idea of IF is to allow the insulin levels to go down far… Continue Reading
Not to be a slave to food, to eating - but use them as healing tools, as healthful nurturing fuel and not an addiction.
In case you did not see this article, pretty interesting. Not that it comes as any surprise to us, K (my husband) and I absolutely believe that longevity and health are totally interconnected and do not come from a pill or a surgery. A quick summary of this artickle in quotes: Lifestyle and nutrition!… Continue Reading
I have just completed my first 48-hour-fast and I do 16-36 hour fasts throughout the week. You can read about my experience fasting for 48 hours in my next post, I am working on it right now and should post it in a day or so. Why do I fast and what are the benefits?… Continue Reading
This is an older article but still relevant and great info for those interested in fasting as a healing modality. If you don’t read the whole thing, the take away is this: Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have found that a compound produced by the body when dieting or fasting can block a part of the immune system… Continue Reading
Bulletproof coffee made with quality coffee beans, with good fats like grass-fed butter or ghee and MCT Oil, increases focus, provides long-lasting energy, banishes hunger and cravings, and helps with weight loss. By the way, it can also be a tea! Caffeinated tea. After I wake up, I drink just water with a bit of… Continue Reading
I received this newsletter today and it was an exact question I had to discuss with a friend a couple of days ago. Is following OMAD (one meal a day) eating plan good for weight loss and is it considered fasting? I personally believe it is, in fact, fasting because you effectively fast for over… Continue Reading