Women Should Be Fasting… Here’s Why!

2020-10-17T00:58:25+00:00Fasting for Women, Fasting Techniques, Health|

Let me say this loud and clear, women should be fasting. There are a lot of myths and misunderstandings about how fasting affects women, so I wanted to dive in today into the science and research around women and fasting.  In a meta analysis of over 44 peer reviewed studies done on fasting and women, the study concluded that “fasting can be prescribed as a safe medical intervention, as well as a lifestyle regimen which can improve women’s health in many folds.” Read that again! Specifically, they found 5 different categories where fasting helps women. Cancer This meta analysis looked at 3 different types of fasts and how they affected cancer. The first was the fast mimicking diet, made

The Role Metabolic Syndrome Has On Cancer and Your Immune System – with Dr. Nasha Winters

2020-09-10T20:55:41+00:00Podcasts|

  // E P I S O D E   S P O N S O R S  Dry Farm Wine is our Sponsor for today’s episode. Get a bottle of wine for a penny! Ready for a RESET? Join us for our 15-Day Fat Burner Reset. // R E A D Y • S E T • R E S E T This episode is all about mastering the metabolic approach to cancer and COVID.  Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO, has been on a personal journey with cancer for the last 27 years. Her quest to save her own life has transformed into a mission to support others on a similar journey. Dr. Nasha travels the

Fasting for Women: Should Women Fast Differently Than Men?

2020-07-29T15:49:18+00:00Health|

Fasting has its challenges despite the numerous benefits it offers our health. Do you know that these challenges affect men and women differently? Some evidence suggests that women might be more susceptible to the negative effects of fasting. Mind you; no one is saying women are fragile – and all other whatnots. Funnily enough, women (mothers especially) love fasting while men dislike it. How come women are susceptible ones? Why is fasting challenging for women? According to research, most of the challenges women encounter on fasting are primarily hormonal. How so? Generally, both sexes have a hormone called Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone (GRH). This GRH regulates the activities of our reproductive organs. In women, GRH’s regulation functions are coordinated – and

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