Intermittent fasting is a great way to lose weight.
Our system will spend less time digesting food and more time removing toxins. Intermittent fasting is a way to reduce the time it takes to remove toxic substances. Photo by The Fry Family Food Co., UnsplashAfter trying my best to improve my eating habits, I discovered the importance of intermittent fasting. My mom was very upset when I told her about my new eating habits. She believed that we should eat 5-6 small meals per day. Her argument that eating every two hours was important for health and metabolism was the one she argued against. However, I was ready to explain to her why Intermittent Fasting is a good way to lose weight. If you’re still confused about whether to eat every two hours or intermittent fasting, read on.
Our bodies become overloaded with toxic chemicals when we eat every 2 or 3 hours. Most of the food we eat today is processed, packaged and often genetically modified. Fresh greens are often laced with pesticides, additives and artificial flavors. Think about the strange-tasting spinach or those extra red melons. We have seen instances where vendors added red sugar syrups with the aid of injections to watermelon red and sweet. Who can forget the huge, genetically modified pumpkins and gourds we purchase from the farmers’ markets regularly? These foods can cause problems with digestion and damage the kidneys.
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It is impossible to eat only what is available on the market. Therefore, it makes more sense to plan your meals and control how much you eat. Intermittent fasting is a way to cut calories and eat healthier foods.
2. 2. Spend less time in the kitchen
Wow! This is a very important thing for me. I don’t like spending too much time in my kitchen cooking fancy meals full of oils, spices, and sweetness. Because I work remotely, I have strict deadlines and cannot spend too much time prepping and cooking six to eight meals per day. It is essential that food be available for our survival, so we don’t need to waste our time making fancy meals. I can’t imagine me going into the kitchen every 2 hours to prepare small meals. Instead, I’d rather relax and enjoy my meals in a four- to six-hour window. This is just my opinion. However, if you’re the one who considers food a vital part of your life, you can choose to live the life you want.
3. Take more time to digest and detox
When I was following three-hour eating times, I discovered that I was doing more than just preparing food and eating it. I also spent time cleaning out the kitchen shelves. Similar was my digestive health. It was too late to digest the first meal so I had to go back for more. It was frustrating and made me realize the stupidity of my actions. With the thoughts of accumulating toxins in my body hovering over me, I felt ill and unable to feel light. Finally, I made the decision to reduce my intake of unavoidable toxic chemicals and allow my body to digest food for longer periods. This allowed me to detox.
It makes sense, doesn’t it?
If we eat in short periods of time, there is a greater chance that we will gain weight and develop chronic diseases. This can lead to premature aging and death from obesity. Our organs, tissues and cells have to work harder to digest the food we eat. However, there is not enough time to remove toxins from the first meal. OMG! What torture. It is well-known that the body requires a lot of energy to digest and remove waste from food. Our bodies spend more time digesting food than it does removing toxins. Intermittent fasting is a way to reduce the time required to fix toxic stuff. A clean, healthy body is essential for long-term health.
What do you think? This blog is a collection of my personal opinions about all that I have experienced while trying to live a healthy lifestyle. This link will allow you to read my life and request assistance if you have any questions.
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