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Fasting for Dummies

Posted by Dr Sircus on June 2, 2016 | Filed under Medicine

Today even medical science weighs in on fasting. Dr. Valter Longo, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Southern California reported on research that concluded that people who fasted for five consecutive days once a month, three months in a row showed that markers of cell regeneration increased, while risk factors for diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and aging all dropped. Moreover, fasting researchers say beneficial metabolic increases the longer you go without food.

Fasting shown to regenerate stem cells, reverse immunosuppression after three days

By Huff: (NaturalNews) What if the key to maintaining a vibrant immune system was simply not eating for a few days at a time twice a year? Researchers from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles say that periodic, prolonged fasting -- that is, not eating for between two and four subsequent days at a time -- not only protects against immune system damage, but it also promotes immune system regeneration, particularly in patients who are already immuno-compromised.

The Power of Intermittent Fasting


If you're already off to a good start on a healthy fitness plan, and you're looking for ways to take it to the next level, then you might want to consider intermittent fasting. In essence this fitness-enhancing strategy looks at the timing of meals, as opposed to those fad plans where you eat just one or two things for several days in a row.
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Incredible Health Benefits of Fasting


Fasting isn't just done for an important religious endeavor or for losing weight. Fasting is also equally important and beneficial to increase overall health. In fact, we often see the word "fasting" in health magazines. It seems that fasting is becoming widely practiced nowadays especially among Japanese people.