Monday, September 25, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

Intermittent Fasting: What is It? [Longevity Nuggets]

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Let’s dive into intermittent fasting, this ancient practice, now backed by emerging scientific research! Remember, consult your healthcare provider before making any significant changes to your nutrition. Our ultra-customized nutrition plans can assist you on this journey based on your gut microbiome and genome sequencing. 🧬

1️⃣ Mitochondrial Optimization: 🏋️‍♂️
IF triggers a state of mild stress in our cells during fasting periods, leading to increased production of antioxidants, enhanced DNA repair, activation of autophagy, and reduced inflammation. These adaptations can profoundly impact our mitochondria—the powerhouse of our cells—boosting their performance and overall health. 💪

2️⃣ Cellular Energy Boost: ⚡
Optimized mitochondrial function improves cellular energy production, metabolic flexibility, and nutrient utilization. This enhanced energy efficiency increases resilience against age-related diseases and may benefit longevity. 💥🌱

3️⃣ Autophagy: 🔄
Autophagy, the cellular self-cleaning process, gets a significant boost during intermittent fasting. This natural mechanism helps rid cells of damaged components, promoting cellular health and reducing the risk of various health issues. 🌌

So, to maximize your health and longevity, consider incorporating intermittent fasting into your lifestyle. Remember, finding the fasting and feeding window that works best for you and aligns with your unique needs is crucial. 🧬

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2 thoughts on “Intermittent Fasting: What is It? [Longevity Nuggets]
  1. You are your own best health advocate.
    Eat a healthy whole food plant based diet, reduce stress, get adequate sleep and exercise regularly.
    Every adult and child should own a bicycle and ride it regularly. You will be healthier, happier and have lower transportation and health care expenses. Make a bicycle your first choice for short distance travel.

  2. Hospitals, doctors offices and schools should be places where good nutrition is taught and provided not places that contribute to disease and obesity. It is crazy the hospitals are feeding people the very food that caused the heart disease, high blood pressure or cancer that they are treating. Every person in the hospital should receive some nutrition education before being released. Every doctor visit should be an opportunity to educate patients about how food choices impacts their health outcomes. The fact that doctors do not get nutrition training as part of their training makes no sense. Medicare and Medicaid should require nutrition education as part of patient care. Focus should be on food choices. Fasting should be investigated as a treatment for disease.

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