Intermittent Fasting for Women: A Step by Step Guide for Healthy Weight Loss, Increase Longevity and Balance Your Hormones with Intermittent Fasting Process

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Throughout the world, fasting has been a go-to remedy for a number of healing functions for thousands of years. In fact, Hippocrates often prescribed fasting and intermittent fasting to help "starve" an illness. Later, Plutarch, another ancient Greek, encouraged his readers to fast for health instead of reaching for medicines. Later, other great thought leaders, including Aristotle and Plato, supported fasting as a way to heal the body. Like most animals, humans naturally refuse food when they are sick. This is an instinctual process for healing the body from the inside. This "instinct" reveals that fasting for health has been around as long as humankind and is a way to help support and find optimal health for the body.

In addition to health, it was believed that intermittent fasting also improved mental capacity. By allowing the blood to flow to the brain and other vital organs, instead of to the GI tract during periods of digestion, mental awareness is improved. One of the "fathers" of Western medicine and the founder of toxicology, Philip Paracelsus, wrote that fasting was a way of invoking the "physician within". Benjamin Franklin, a renowned founding father, and intellect, also wrote: "The best of all medicines is resting and fasting." Today, fasting and intermittent fasting is still being used as a means for healing and helping the body find homeostasis, as well as the myriad of other benefits it brings.

This book covers the following topics:

     ✅ Understanding intermittent fasting
     ✅ History of fasting
     ✅ Best methods of intermittent fasting for women
     ✅ Women and intermittent fasting
     ✅ Extended fasting
     ✅ Side effects
     ✅ Exercise and intermittent fasting
     ✅ Common mistakes
     ✅ Common questions about fasting & their answers and much more

Intermittent fasting is not really a diet plan as much as it is an eating schedule. This method of health balancing and weight stabilizing is not so much about what foods you eat but more about when you eat food. This means you can choose what works realistically with your life and needs and adjust it to fit accordingly and still be part of the intermittent fasting group. When you choose certain times or meals to not eat or to cut back dramatically on caloric intake, you are intentionally selecting times of the day when your body will need to rely on stored energy instead of new, food energy.

Although this can be a highly customizable diet plan for anyone, there are a few methods or types of intermittent fasting people have encouraged in the past. These templates are great places to start or try out when you are finding out how intermittent fasting will fit into your life.

There is good reason to learn about intermittent fasting specifically as it applies to women because research has demonstrated that the Intermitted Fasting has different effects on men and women. This is because women studied exhibited some less-than-desirable outcomes as a result of intermittent fasting. I tell you this to caution you about doing Intermittent Fasting in a healthy way, not to scare you from doing something that would be good for your body.

Some women said their menstrual cycle altered because of Intermittent Fasting, and some said their blood sugar went too low. Both of these outcomes can be avoided by consuming adequate nutrients when you are not fasting and by limiting your fasting times to reasonable windows.

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