FREE expert fasting info [ends tomorrow]

Intermittent fasting is an age-old dietary philosophy that has been getting some serious press lately.

With the Keto diet craze on the rise, there’s been a lot of talk about fasting. Every person who has come through my functional health coaching practice lately has either dabbled in some fasting or thought about it.

In the last 5 months, I’ve even done three 72-hour fasts to help reset my gut and heal food sensitivities once and for all.

But is fasting right for you?

My simple answer to this question is… you are unique and, therefore, your diet should be too.

What works for one person will not necessarily work for you. This is why you’ll often see people say eating Paleo, Whole30, gluten-free or (insert diet of your choice) didn’t work for them, yet someone they knew got amazing results from it.

Fasting has been used for ages in eastern philosophies of medicine to help reverse or prevent health conditions such as cancer, diabetes and other chronic diseases.

If we think about fasting from a primal or ancestral standpoint, it has been around basically since the beginning of mankind. As hunter-gatherers, our primitive ancestors frequently went without food for periods of time in between successful hunting trips and during times of famine when food sources were low or hard to come by. They didn’t have the luxuries of fast food drive-thrus on almost every corner or food at their fingertips like we do today.

In general, intermittent fasting or dietary approaches using fasting techniques, have a wide range of health benefits such as:

  • Balancing blood sugar and boosting energy levels
  • Promoting weight loss and reducing inflammation
  • Regulating hormones that signal for hunger
  • Healing the intestinal lining (leaky gut)
  • And decomposing damaged cells and generating new ones (this is absolutely fascinating biology, geek out more on it here)

However, jumping into fasting without understanding how it works or how your body might respond to it isn’t a good idea, and it can be difficult to find reliable information about how to properly approach fasting.

Before embarking on my first 72-hour fast I prepped my body for it as if I was training for a marathon to ensure I wouldn’t hurt myself by doing it.

If you want to learn more about how I approach fasting, how fasting can help you achieve your health goals and what you should know before doing it or how to do it right next time then…
Check out the Fasting Reset Summit!

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I’m beyond excited to announce that I am a guest expert speaker on the FASTING RESET SUMMIT!

I’m one of the 40+ leading health experts discussing the many benefits and best practices related to Intermittent Fasting.

The summit is live until tomorrow ONLY and it’s completely free to watch life!

The Fasting Reset Summit will help you:

  • Understand the link between blood sugar and fat burning
  • Take back control over your hormones
  • Experience victory over thyroid and autoimmune issues
  • Implement healthy dietary and lifestyle changes
  • Reclaim your health and vitality
  • And so much more!

CLICK HERE to check out the full list of expert speakers and topics before they are gone after TOMORROW.

Fasting is a powerful tool for not just weight loss, but for practically any health condition or goal you might have so don’t miss out on this opportunity to get FREE expert information on how it can change your life.

P.S. If you don’t have time to catch the summit before it ends, you can purchase the recordings for just $79 here




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