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Intermittent Fasting Made Easy: Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

Intermittent Fasting Made Easy: Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

Over the years, different kinds of food habits and diets have come and gone, but the standard medical advice on what constitutes a healthy lifestyle hasn’t changed that much. 

We still remind our children and the people we love to eat their fruits and veggies. Moreover, pieces of advice like exercise more, go out in nature, and eat low-fat foods are still here.  

Even though there is so much more information that accessible nowadays, levels of obesity worldwide have risen. So is there a different way we can approach this ‘lead a healthier lifestyle’ phenomenon? 

Well, we think there is. It’s called intermittent fasting. 

Intermittent Fasting Made Easy

Fasting may seem extreme and challenging, but other diets are more likely doomed to failure.

There is nothing else you can do to your body that is as refreshing and vital as fasting. Intermittent fasting is an ancient idea, but with modern twists. The reason our bodies react so well to intermittent fasting is that it gives the body a chance to rest, detox, and start fresh.

When you’ll start with your intermittent fasting you should drink a lot of fluids. Keep in mind that this does not include juices and other processed drinks. What’s recommended is for you to drink only water and of course the fully nutritional and tasty Broth by Design Bone Broth.

Girl eating an apple while Intermittent Fasting with Bone Broth

Even though other beverages claim to be calorie-free, you should stick to your plan and additionally drink only coffee or tea without any sugary additions. This can stimulate the central nervous system at a time when you are trying to get an energy boost. 

If you are fasting for more than 3 days, it’s good to choose a day when you’ll give your body a complete rest from coffee, tea, and other drinks and focus on drinking only water and bone broth. 

If you are willing to try fasting for more than three days, you may experience that you won’t be feeling hunger anymore, and your body will become more accustomed to receiving less food. Remember that you’ll be able to drink bone broth, which can provide you with so many health benefits during your fast. Drinking bone broth while fasting will also stop the body from becoming dehydrated.

Starting to Eat More After a Period of Intermittent Fasting

When you start to consume various foods again, you will find that smaller portions are enough. A little bit of food can seem like a big portion after your body had several days of fasting and it got rid of all the toxins in it

This is another plus from keeping up with a few days of intermittent fasting, you’ll feel a loss of appetite after you are done. Additionally, you won’t feel like you need to make up for all the food that you didn’t eat during your fasting period.

Of course, including more fruits and vegetables in your meal plans is always highly recommended. Because your body will feel a lot lighter, you’ll feel the need to improve your eating habits, especially if your goal is to lose some weight.

Other tips to stay healthy that you can start implementing after you are done with intermittent fasting are:
Avoid processed foods;

  • Quit drinking alcohol and stop smoking cigarettes (if you do);
  • Try adding less salt to your meals;
  • Eat slowly and chew your meals;
  • Eat smaller portions to not overburden the digestive system. 

 

Intermittent fasting is the best alternative to a diet, especially for weight loss. It has the potential to change the way you think about your eating habits. Moreover, it will make you think not just about what you are consuming, but also when.

There are no complicated rules to follow. It’s simple, you will just split your calories in a designated time, and try not to consume anything except liquids during a longer period of the day. 

Eating healthier after Intermittent Fasting

Our Tips for a Healthier You

Irina Maria Peterson is the co-founder of Broth By Design and she made it her life’s mission to make well-being and quality nutrition available for everyone.

Some of her wellness tips for a healthier lifestyle include intermittent fasting. You can read what she shares below:

  •  Sleep and rest

This the best recipe for healing and coping with stress! I like to think of myself as an early riser, but ever since the stay-at-home order, I’ve been honoring my body clock and sleeping in.

I am a big fan of this form of “diet” as it is known to suppress inflammation, decrease cholesterol levels, improve brain health, and manage your weight. 

I tend to have an early dinner or completely skip it, by only sipping a cup of Bone Broth by Broth By Design. The next morning I have a coffee (or two if I am sleepy) and will lunch after a 14-16 hours time between meals. It really works!

  •  Take time to breathe and enjoy nature

As the saying goes, you should take time to smell the roses. My advice is to spend as much time as possible in nature. I am lucky to have a doggie, so whatever the weather or confinement conditions, he needs to have his walks!

By implementing our Broth by Design jars or sachets in your daily routine, you’ll have more energy to follow through these tips and lead a healthier life. Order now, warm-up some water, and try to relax.


To Wrap Things Up

Intermittent fasting gives you a chance to still enjoy the foods you love, most of the time. Just by following simple steps, you’ll see how the weight goes down. If you stick to healthier eating habits after you are done, that will mean that the weight will stay off.

The real benefit after completing your intermittent fasting is the potential for long-term health gains, reducing the risk of some illnesses, having more energy, improved mood and so much more. Starting with intermittent fasting and sticking to it will allow you to see that it’s not just a diet, it’s a strategy for a healthy and long life. 



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