Chewing gum usually gets a bad rap. A lot of common gum brands
Fasting helps you tune into your body’s real signals and tame inflammation, calm cravings, balance hormones and find food peace.
Inflammation decreases our ability to fight off sickness, but new research shows how we can fight back.
“The history of human evolution is also the history of food. It’s the history of fasting, too. Our bodies and brains are inherently adapted to it.”
Expanded human studies on obesity and chronic disease look at differences in fasting, time restricted eating and calorie restriction.
Controlling cravings, managing diabetes and why getting real about your emotions and mindset are the true markers of good health.
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