Anti-aging benefits with fasting!

2020-09-10T15:52:43+00:00Fasting Techniques, Health|

We know that fasting has tremendous health and anti-aging benefits, like stem cell production, DNA repair and neurological benefits that combat mood disorders and Alzheimer’s. However new research suggests that there is a specific type of fast that can increase longevity!  In a human study done in 2019, scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) and Kyoto University found that fasting may “boost human metabolic activity, generate antioxidants, and help reverse some effects of aging.” 3 Specific Anti-Aging Benefits of a 58 hour fast 1. Heightened Repair Mode Researchers found that fasting forced the body into repair mode. We actually know this from many other studies done on fasting, however this study was able

Toxins that Trigger Autoimmunity & How Fasting, Detoxing Can Help

2020-09-01T17:35:54+00:00Detoxing, Health, Heavy Metal Detoxing|

The world we are living in today is full of people with autoimmune disorders, and 70% of autoimmune conditions are caused by environmental factors. If you think about it in the last 50 years we have seen a dramatic increase in the production and use of chemicals, pollutants, and toxins, so no wonder we've seen an increase in autoimmune (and other diseases) conditions, which is exactly why I will never stop shouting how important lowering your toxic load and toxic exposures are. Last week I talked about lifestyle changes you can make in your life to overcome your autoimmune condition, and this week I wanted to focus on the 6 toxins in particular that are linked to autoimmunity. If

New to Fasting? Start Here!

2020-08-13T01:00:17+00:00Fasting Techniques, Health|

Questioning how to start fasting? You're in the right place to start!   Often the first step to fasting is changing your understanding of what is “normal” and creating a new belief system around eating and health. You see, there are a lot of misconceptions around what kinds of foods we should be eating and when we should be eating them. For example, we’ve been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that cereals, bagels, breads and sugary drinks are an acceptable way to start the day. We’ve been told that eating 3 meals (plus lots of snacks) is normal, and that an afternoon slump in energy should be alleviated by caffeine and energy

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