Making the transition to the third era of natural resources managementby Nathan L.
What is intermittent fasting? The goal is to create conditions of fasting in the body, but not for extreme lengths of time.
Some examples of intermittent fast strategies include 10, 8, or 5 hour eating windows throughout the day, or perhaps eating just two meals each day: The evolutionary premise — the argument that proponents of intermittent fasting make — is that humans evolved to optimize their health under less-than-optimal conditions.
Intermittent fasting, they say, is a natural and perhaps even necessary part of being human. The modern-day scientific correlate appears promising, too: Most people are nowadays aware that a calorie-restricted diet has the ability not just to decrease body weight but also to lengthen a human life.
Emerging research is beginning to show, however, that intermittent fasting is just as effective as calorie restriction in ensuring these health benefits! Intermittent fastingproponents say, also may benefit the fight against cancer, diabetes, and autoimmunity. It is wholly understandable that fasting is all the rage these days.
Intermittent fasting women is a specific interest of mine because of what I have witnessed both in myself and in working with literally thousands of women in the PfW community.
Many women report to me read more about that in this awesome book that intermittent fasting causes sleeplessness, anxiety, and irregular periods, among many other symptoms hormone imbalance, such as cystic acne. I have also personally experienced metabolic distress as a result of fasting, which is evidenced by my interest in hypocretin neurons.
After my own bad experience with IF, I decided to investigate intermittent fasting. I looked into both a the fasting literature that paleo fasting advocates refer to, and b the literature that exists out in the metabolic and reproductive research archives.
I was struck by what seemed like an egregious sex-based oversight in that MDA post I linked to above. This startled me because the article MDA cited was for me one of the strongest proponents of sex-specific differences in response to fasting. This is not to say that Mark is not attentive to who should and who should not be fasting.
He knows very well and cautions people against the dangers of fasting while stressed. Still, the mere fact of being more sensitive to fasting simply by being a woman is, I would assert, pretty important for a woman who is contemplating or already practicing IF. This goes nearly unmentioned in the blogosphere.
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