Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting and dry fasting have been documented to help with autopagy which is programmed suicide of sickly cells. We recommend easing into fasting. There are many different protocols. 16:8 is common where you would fast for 16 hours and then resume eating the remainder of the 8 hours. Intermittent fasting is done intermittently, and can be done 1-3 days a week. Intermittent fasting is different from a diet.
Fasting even for a short time produces ketosis, a state where there is not enough circulating blood sugar (glucose) and your cells start to break fat down into ketones.
“Dry fasting” refers to not even drinking water or any liquids, whereas “wet fasting” allows for drinking of zero calorie drinks like water to avoid dehydration.
Fasting, even intermittent fasting should be done under the supervision of a physician. It is not advisable to fast if you are pregnant or are elderly, or have issues with blood glucose control.

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