Intermittent fasting will get rid of any type of inflammation you have associated with -itis. Tendinitis, arthritis, colitis, etc. It will improve your skin, hair, nails, and organs. It increases fat burning and promotes anti aging. It is more effective than exercise! it helps with brain cells and improves cognitive function. It can kill cancer cells and reverse diabetes. The less you eat the better, and an 8 hour OR LESS window of eating would be ideal. I tend to do the 16:8. I eat during the hours of 10 to 6 and stop from 6pm and on. Giving me 16 hours of no food! Your body naturally goes into ketosis and stops burning carbohydrates for fuel. It will burn fat (it starts to burn it’s own fat), the right kind of fuel. Every time you eat you trigger insulin and the more times you eat in a day, the less chance you have of losing weight. Snacking is the worst thing you can do.:) I will attach Dr. Berg’s video. It just reinforces what I already knew. Intermittent fasting is the way to go! https://youtu.be/xF0OJh19Ubw
I had breakfast this morning and packed my lunch because I knew I’d be out. Here it is. Just to give you a sample of my ‘health meal.’🍅🐤🌾🍋 #brownrice #bakedchicken #tomatoes #lemon
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Zina, thank you for these helpful tips on weight loss and improving one’s health! The snacking is what I have an issue with. I have portion controlled healthy meals, but I find myself eating more comfort junk food. Any suggestions on tasty healthy alternatives rather than plain carrot sticks and other fruits and veggies?
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Sure, Dr. Osborne, thank you for the feedback. Snacking in itself is unhealthy because every time you eat, it triggers the insulin in your body, period. That is how Dr. Berg put it. I love to snack too! Who doesn’t?😃 So I’ve been adding the snack to my meal so I eat less times per day, that is the ultimate goal. Some snacks I like are an ounce or half ounce of unsalted mixed nuts. I sometimes spread a tablespoon of peanut butter on a slice of wheat. I hear tahini is very healthy. I’m going to try that. Snacking on a slice of cheese is also a healthier alternative. I hope this is helpful!
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