Inga wrote:Yes it is one of the things I'm wondering. Nut flour
So if you are fasting for 16 or more hours each day (for example following the 16/8 Intermittent Fasting method), you should reconsider your approach. “If people fast too often they seem to live shorter, says Dr. Longo. “Fast too often meaning they do 16, 18 hours every day of fasting.” This approach is especially problematic if you are skipping breakfast, which has become a popular trend among intermittent fasters. “People that skip breakfast live shorter,” Dr. Longo told me emphatically. He says this finding is surprising to many people in the longevity field, but study after study proves it out.
Aldarita wrote:For all the members doing IF, I have a question (I'm new here) Dr. Fung recommends to do different types of fasting to avoid homeostasis. I mostly do 18/6 every day with a break every now and then. I am thinking about making a combination and would like to know what your experience is. For example I just finished a 30 hour fast today and I am thinking about starting an 18/6 then move to a different one. I guess what I am wondering is how does one keep from achieving homeostasis?
Aldarita wrote:I have a question (I'm new here) ... I guess what I am wondering is how does one keep from achieving homeostasis?
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