Intermediate fasting: Introducing the dinner-to-dinner fast (part 2/3)


If you’re a pro at daily intermittent fasting, it’s time to take it to the next level with a dinner-to-dinner fast!

A dinner-to-dinner fast is a full 24-hour fast. If you finish dinner at 6PM, you consume nothing but water until 6PM the following day. Notice the great thing here is that, even though you’re diving deeper into autophagy, you’re still able to eat meals each day.

In this video, I go over the benefits of 24-hour fasting, tips on how to implement a 24-hour fast into your weekly routine, and I answer the most frequently asked questions about blood sugar while fasting.



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