Intermittent Fasting: Transformational Technique | Cynthia Thurlow | TEDxGreenville

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  1. Does it not cause imbalances in female reproductive hormones like kisspeptin? Genuinely curious.

  2. Percy Mantle 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    Been doing a 16/8 or Sometimes a 18/6 fast for only three weeks….lost 7 pounds. Feel amazing!!

  3. Intermittent fasting isn't for me. I work 10 hrs a day 4 days a week on my feet. Also, brisk walking 1 hr for 4 to 5 days a week. I'm a nurse in theatres (operating dept). It could be genes because I'm Asian or because I move a lot. Or maybe because I just eat when I'm hungry and eat my cravings in moderate amounts.

  4. I will try one more time. I have had to give it up because when I break my fast I get stomach " issues "

  5. Todd Farkman 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    "it's not what we eat, it's when we eat" – That's clearly one of the most stupidest things I've ever heard. She harps on snacking, but the main problem is food choice which she seems to think isn't important. So according to her, if we eat fewer meals but continue to eat junk food, that's healthier?? Complete rubbish. CICO matters, but food choice matters most. And CICO is part of your food choices. If you eat foods that provide the best nutrition and avoid foods that are bad nutrition (excessive sugar, salt, saturated fats, transfats, etc) , you will lose weight.

    I would argue exactly the opposite of this woman. It does NOT matter when you eat, it absolutely matters WHAT YOU EAT.

  6. Some sound advice there and it looks like she practices what she preaches…that makes me ask why are so many clergy obese.

  7. BrokenByChange 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    Intermittent fasting is not that difficult when once you get used to it, herbal tea also helps immensely. I drink pu-erh tea around 9-10am before my first meal and green tea around 6pm after my last meal. There’s debate as to whether or not herbal tea counts towards fasting or not but the fact is is you’re feeling full without piling on extra calories.

  8. warmperson2007 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    I do intermittent fasting for one year and three months ! 16 – 8 ! I stop eating at 8 PM and start eating again the next day at noon. I did not loose weight ! But I do continue for all the other benefits. By the way, every day from the moment I wake up (7 AM) to the moment I eat my first meal (12:00) I SUFFER !

  9. One meal per day, fasting, your liver will thank you and you’ll be happier in your Life !.

  10. Paul Gallimore 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    What she is saying is quite correct. Sugar is a major issue, though, the big food corporations put it in ABSOLUTELY everything; it's the real cause of the obesity epidemic. The solution is to reduce what you eat from packets, cans, bottles and sachets. Get that and the fasting right, and weight will drop off you – like it did for me.

  11. Sandra Matos 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    It is quite easy to accomplish. Just have coffee and then prepare a huge pot of tea with mint and anis. This is delicious. Then eat healthy, real food… nothing processed. No cheese please … if you absolutely need to have cheese use goat … delicious.

  12. laurie ellis 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    I've been IF for two years. It works. I'm 41 and people tell me all the time I look like I'm a lot younger. I also Maintain my weight this way.

  13. Bhavya Barot 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    I first experienced Intermittent fasting when I was in Vipassana meditation retreat for 10 days. And lost 4KGs. No exercise. Just eating, sleeping, meditating and slow walking for a few minutes after each meal.

  14. im a teenage girl and i would like to know if fasting is healthy for me. I want to try it to lose some weight but i dont know anything about fasting

  15. FoolishInTheEnd 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    I feel alternating the schedule makes it fun and less redundant. For me in a week i alternate between 16/8 and 18/6 than i have two off days im not in the gym so i do 20/4

  16. You’re on the right track but some of your good choices are what create many diseases. Consult your health practitioner? Why do they need you? If the health professional is good then why are you talking? Intermittent fasting is great. Stop there. We appreciate you.

  17. Yasmin Wilde 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    Trying but it is hard – how many people here have to cook for their family? I can do it but making food while fasting is torture.

  18. NewUkeNewYork 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    I used to be an all-day grazer. From 7 or 8 am to 11pm at night. Now, I’ve been fasting 16-19 hours and eating within a 5-8 hour window (mostly 16:8) for 8 months and have dropped more than 30 lbs without counting a calorie or macro. I’m so glad I learned about intermittent fasting!

  19. Vincent Delorme 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    She didn't talk about calorie intake. I'm surprised. I practice intermittent fasting and I feel great. However, I also watch how much I eat as well. I take in around 2200 calories a day plus exercise. You can't eat as much as you want within those 8 hours. That part of her talk I disagree with. Still very informative.

  20. Carla Caroline Official 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    Intermittent fasting is absolutely amazing. I do 18/6, but I skip dinner instead of breakfast, it makes more sense to me to do it this way since it's better to sleep with less or no food in your stomach. I sleep much better now, my skin is better, I can now identify the triggers that used to make me eat due to stress or anxiety and find other ways to let go of these feelings, and I have also lost weight, I lost 8.8 pounds in less than two months.

    Since I drink a lot of water, I found out that putting just a pinch of whole salt into a large bottle of water helps me go through the day without feeling dizzy and somewhat slow due to lost of electrolytes.

  21. so correct me if I'm wrong…cut calories by 20-40% and eat only whole foods and you will lose weight? Genius :))

  22. Hayane Bragança 11.07.2020 at 07:34 - Reply

    If anyone is interested in learning more: check out Dr. Berg on YouTube. Changes our lives.

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