The main program consists of three audio MP3 tracks. These audio tracks are created using brainwave-synchronization technology audio that speaks directly to your subconscious, to help you eliminate limiting beliefs.
The human body requires fuel in the form of glucose and water
equal to the amount used to maintain normal bodily functions,
but many people tend to overeat, eat when they’re not hungry,
or eat to satiate unresolved emotional issues.
There’s strong evidence that limiting the amount of calories you eat, cycled between periods of regular eating, has significant benefits for your body and brain. And if you’re in pursuit of a better life through health, intermittent fasting will help you think clearer and have more energy.
The first rule is don’t count calories.
And don’t try to eat more than you normally do before you
fast in an attempt to keep yourself satiated during the fast.
It doesn’t work that way.
You’ll put more stress on your body as it tries to digest and metabolize
food and you’ll make yourself very uncomfortable.
Although you may drop a pound or two, intermittent fasting is not intended to be a weight loss program, and fasting more often or fasting for longer periods of time is not better. In fact, eating less than 700 calories a day for more than just two or three days can be dangerous.
It may be harder for you to fast during the day, particularly if you have to go out to work.
Your environment will cause triggers, such as coffee break, lunch time, vending machines, and the person who brings donuts to the office every Friday. Even the coffee maker in the break room can trigger a desire to eat something.
If this is the case for you, use your sleeping hours as part of your fasting hours. If you stop eating at 6pm and wake up at 6am, you’ll have 12 hours of fasting under your belt.
Eventually your body will burn fat between meals
because you’re not relying on carbs for fuel.
All of this will help your body draw more nutrients
from the food you eat and you will be less hungry in between.
Remember, fasting isn’t about losing weight, detoxing, or being on a fad diet. It’s about giving your body a rest from the constant task of metabolizing the food you eat. The benefits are worth it.
Patterson, Ruth E. and Sears, Dorothy D. “Metabolic Effects of Intermittent Fasting.” Annual Review of Nutrition. Vol. 37:373-373, 2018