Intermittent fasting for women over 50

Intermittent fasting for women over 50

By Al Ghidini

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Synopsis

Do you want to prepare your body for fasting? Are you looking for the guideline on how best to start and continue with it? This article will discuss the mental attitude of intermittent fasting, which is just as important as physical preparation. Intermittent fasting improves exercise performance by increasing fat oxidation at rest and oxidizing free fatty acids during exercise. It also improves brain function by reducing oxidative stress, balancing blood sugar levels, and enhancing neuroplasticity. Intermittent fasting is also divided into two types. The first one is called the alternate day modified fasting, and the second one is the extended, modified fasting. Extended modified fasting includes both alternate day fasts and weekly fasts. You will be eating only one meal for 1-2 days, then eating normally for 3-5 days, and so on. This book covers: • Intermittent Fasting: What Science Says • Fasting, History, and Physiology • The Role of Fasting in Religions • Therapeutic Fasting • What Changes After the Age of 50? • Menopause and Intermittent Fasting • Metabolism and Intermittent Fasting • What Happens in the 'Head' of Women Who Are Over 50: Memory, Mood Swings, Anxiety, Depression, Fear …And much more! One of the essential benefits of intermittent fasting is that it activates autophagy, a natural process whereby the cell breaks down and recycles unnecessary parts of its cellular structure to maintain cellular functions. The result is that type II fibers (slow twitch) are more likely to survive because they are more resistant to oxidative stress. In contrast, type I fibers (fast-twitch) are more susceptible. These adaptations lead to improvements in physical performance and body composition. Fasting in its simplest form means self-denial of food for a certain period. It may be either a full fast or part of the day, which is called modified fasting. The practice of fasting has been considered as an exercise to discipline the eyes and stomach. Fasting may also mean abstention from such things as movies, television, sports, and sexual intercourse. Click Buy Now. Let's continue this journey together!

Al Ghidini

  • ISBN:
  • 9791221324839
  • Language:
  • Inglés
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  • Published:
  • December 26, 2021
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  • Sin DRM

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