In this episode, Melissa talks about the benefits of fasting for women, common misinformation, and when you should start fasting.
In this episode you’ll learn:
00:47 Fasting As A Woman
02:22 Fasting Ages
05:14 Stress Factors
09:02 Run Down
Melissa frequently gets asked if Energize (a pre-workout) breaks a fast. She explains that it depends, but she believes that it doesn’t. Any clean pre-workout is beneficial to a workout.
Fasting As A Woman
Melissa believes in the power of fasting and encourages everyone to look at the science behind the benefits. She talks about how it has worked for her and knows what kind of difference it has made.
When it comes to children and teens, it’s not good to fast at those ages. Their bodies are developing and need time to grow into adulthood. After the growth stage, then it is good to start fasting.
Melissa talks about how you should listen to experts behind the benefits of fasting. There is a lot of misinformation about the topic, so it’s best to make sure you are listening to those on the clinical side of things.
There are a lot of stress factors that can play a part in overall health. It’s important to make sure that you are healthy in other areas of your life before trying to fast. Eating a whole foods based diet is also important before jumping into fasting.
Overall, fasting is good for you. The key is to get your body prepped and healthy to take on fasting.
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