Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

How Intermittent Fasting Can Enhance Brain Function 🚀



Intermittent Fasting seems to have become the latest “fad diet,” with many media personalities and outlets touting it as an effective means of losing weight and burning excess fat.

You guys know me though, I’m a little more interested in learning what Intermittent Fasting can do for the brain… so here we are

In this video, I’ll discuss why Intermittent Fasting is a “natural” state of being. I’ll explain what The Metabolic Switch is and why scientists believe it can be so beneficial for the brain. Finally, we’ll talk about the implications of this for neurodegenerative diseases (specifically, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s).

I’ll also be sharing my experience, as I have just concluded a 72-hour fast! Would you consider trying Intermittent Fasting?

Tell me in the comments below!

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Chapters/Timestamps
0:00 Why Intermittent Fasting Isn’t A Fad Diet
0:50 Video Contents & Substack Poster
1:21 Why Fasting Intermittently Is NOT Starving Yourself
4:04 The Metabolic Switch & What It Means For The Brain
8:19 Intermittent Fasting & Neurodegenerative Disease
10:50 Ketogenesis
11:14 Final Thoughts

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One thought on “How Intermittent Fasting Can Enhance Brain Function 🚀
  1. This is your most awesome video so far! Thank you very much, Hesham! So… are you now also going to give a try to exogenous ketones?
    My lifestyle includes 14-16h intermittent fasting daily, some times longer.

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