Are you curious about intermittent fasting and time restricted eating and wondering if its right for you? Already incorporating fasting but not seeing good results? Want to know how to tweak your fasting strategy to work best for your lifestyle and health goals? Tune in to hear Ali and Becki break down the science of fasting from its health benefits to potential pitfalls to the lab markers to watch if incorporating fasting. Learn how to utilize this health-supporting tool in a way that works best for your body, health and fitness goals and lifestyle. 


In this episode, Ali and Becki get into the nerdy, nitty-gritty science of intermittent fasting from its influence on autophagy to its impact on inflammatory markers and beyond. Fasting can be a great tool to accelerate weight loss, reset digestion and even prevent cancer but it is not a one size fits all approach! Learn about different fasting strategies from a classic 16:8 approach to a protein-sparing fast using bone broth to fat fasts and beyond. Get all your burning fasting questions answered and learn about diet and supplement tools you can use to get the most out of your fast. 


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  1. Are the hi-Lyte drops something you would recommend for teens and how much/often would you give them? The teacher told them to drink at least 3 bottles of water every day. My 14 year old son (weighs 116) just started JROTC and marching band and practices after school every day. It’s HOT in Arkansas and I’d rather not have him drinking Gatorade and whatever else they provide for the kids.

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