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The days of “eat this, not that” are out.

Most of us know there’s more to living a healthier life than the simplicity of that message.

Your human body is a complex system of systems.

So whenever someone presents you with a blanket health claim that’ll work for everyone, you should give them the “side eye”.

Especially when it comes to SUGAR.

It’s everywhere and in everything.

I used to think I could handle it. And you’ve probably thought the same thing too.

But here’s the trick to overcoming your sweet tooth that’s actually backed by research, science and (believe it or not) faith.

If you want to control your sweet tooth, you need to go on a FAST.

It’s been proven in scripture, science and multiple research studies are now catching up with the times.

This is what the recent research says about the benefits of fasting:
• When you fast, insulin levels drop and human growth hormone increases. Your cells also initiate important cellular repair processes and change which genes they express.
• Fasting can reduce insulin resistance and lower blood sugar levels.
• Fasting helps you eat fewer calories, while boosting metabolism slightly. It is a very effective tool to lose weight and belly fat.
• Fasting can reduce insulin resistance and lower blood sugar levels.
• Fasting helps to ELIMINATE SUGAR CRAVINGS by reseting your body to burning fat instead of sugar as its primary fuel.

What’s really great about fasting, especially intermittent fasting, is that it’s NOT a diet.

But there is a level of discipline required.

You need to learn how to manage your emotions and your relationship with food.

I used to think I couldn’t do it. You probably think the same.

I invite you to think about why you feel this way. Why does food have such a stronghold on you that you can’t let it go for short periods of time.

This is the work necessary for long-term results.

When I work with clients on incorporating intermittent fasting into their lives, I recommend starting with the 16:8 protocol.

The 16:8 protocol simply means you’re fasting for 16 hrs and have an eating window of 8 hrs.

The easiest way to fast for 16 hrs is to do it while you’re sleeping. Of course, you’re not sleeping for 16 hrs.

I suggest fasting from 8pm – 12 noon. And your eating window will be from 12 noon – 8pm.

This works like a charm when you do it consistently.

Your body becomes a fat-burning, sugar-busting machine. And as I mentioned, there are many other health benefits, too.

Do you need help with overcoming your sweet tooth? Have you tried intermittent fasting and keep falling off the wagon? I can definitely help you with that.

Schedule a FREE Mini Session with me so we get you on track to leveling up you health today!