intermittent fasting slows aging process

Intermittent Fasting To Slow Down The Aging Process

Intermittent fasting has so many benefits for you. Today, I want to talk about something that most of us think can’t be done.  Let’s turn back the aging process with intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting slows aging process down. 

Each day we live, we age. Yes, that is a ‘Captain Obvious’ statement.

Environmental factors, genetics, lifestyle all speed up aging. It can feel like there isn’t anything we can do to slow it down. We apply fancy facial creams to reduce wrinkles and hair coloring to hide the gray.

There are a few things we can do that do to help us a little more than those superficial fixes.

A healthy diet and regular exercise help us live longer and healthier, as does occasional fasting according to the latest studies.

When you start to think about it, it all starts to make sense.

Intermittent Fasting Slows Aging Process

To really slow down aging, keeping our bodies in good shape by repairing cellular damage is the best shot.

Intermittent fasting allows us to trigger our cellular repair systems to go to work. A few hours each day when our body isn’t busy digesting food so it can focus on cellular maintenance is awesome.

The theory is that this is how fasting can help us live longer, healthier lives.

Going through periods of fasting or famine, followed by periods where food is plentiful, is a much more natural way of eating for us than having everything we want at our fingertips. It’s a simple way to help us get our weight under control and appreciate the food we eat more.

That’s an interesting side-effect of intermittent fasting. Because we go through several hours without food, we will appreciate the meals we do have more and are satisfied more quickly.

I hope you give intermittent fasting a try and see if it doesn’t make you feel better as well.

Who knows, skipping a few meals here and there may just help you reverse the effects of aging and live a longer, happier life.

Isn’t that something that’s worth giving intermittent fasting a try? It is for me. And I hope you’ll join me.

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