While intermittent fasting (IF) is becoming more and more popular, it still hasn’t become a mainstream nutritional practice. However, the research continues to build, and people’s results are beginning to scream it’s effectiveness.
During the FASTer Way to Fat Loss®, my clients engage in a daily 16/8 fast protocol. This means that they fast for 16 hours each day (most of which are overnight while they are sleeping), and consume ALL of their daily calories during an 8 hour feeding window. While there are other fasting schedules that can be followed for similar results, this is the most doable for the busy women I work with!
Scientific info on how Intermittent fasting helps with Asthma. You can look throughout the web and find pros and cons. More data and formal medical studies need to be performed, BUT the success stories with IF and the decreased need and healing from ASTHMA is everywhere you look. Intermittent Fasting and why it works to improve Asthma -taken from the National Institute of Aging with Dr. James Johnson: *improved asthma symptoms with weight loss and increased energy *anti-inflammatory effect-decreases inflammation *Helps cells produce antioxidants, decrease free radical damaged cells *Fights age-related diseases – heart, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer
There are several other benefits one might experience due to regular intermittent fasting: better sleep and more energy, greater mental clarity and the development of more neurons in the brain, along with better digestion and less inflammation. There truly is no downside to Intermittent Fasting and it has truly been a game changer for both myself.
The FASTer Way to Fat Loss® has gotten so many women results largely due to the practice of Intermittent Fasting. Here’s one of my client’s testimony:
This testimony is dear to me, because we have been friends since 1991, when we were lost trying to find our first class for NURSING school. Then we go and marry brothers!!! Holly took back her health and is trusting the FASTer Way To Fat Loss® process to continue to become stronger and healthier each day. I can not wait to see what the full 6 weeks will bring her. This is Holly’s 2 week (3 weeks counting prep week) testimony!!! “Have not used my inhaler for 3 days now”