Monday, December 4, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

How Intermittent Fasting May Benefit Parkinson’s Disease

Welcome back, health enthusiasts! Join Gabrielle Amies a renowned Australian Intermittent Fasting Coach as she explores the fascinating connection between intermittent fasting and Parkinson’s Disease. In this video, we dive deep into the latest 2023 research, uncovering potential benefits that intermittent fasting may offer to those living with Parkinson’s.

Gain insights into the impact of fasting on brain health, its neuroprotective potential, and how it could reduce inflammation. Discover how intermittent fasting might enhance mitochondrial function and stimulate autophagy to support the fight against Parkinson’s Disease.

Remember, while these findings are promising, always consult with a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your health routine. Your well-being is our priority!

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3 thoughts on “How Intermittent Fasting May Benefit Parkinson’s Disease
  1. Michael J. Fox listens to Gabrielle as she is an expert in Intermediate fasting. It helps people with Parkinson. It probably helps you, and you can recover from Parkinson and be back living a normal life. She is the best!!!!
    You are a great actor, and we would love to have you back in the movies and your family back to living a normal life with you. Just listen to Gabrielle!!!

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