Curious about doing a bone broth fast? Want to know the benefits of combining intermittent fasting with the gut and immune enhancing properties of bone broth? Tune in to hear us break down why you might consider a bone broth fast and how to do it in a way that supports and enhances whole body health.
In this episode, we walk you through the research supported benefits of bone broth and intermittent fasting. We discuss how to do a bone broth fast as well as how you can layer on lifestyle support and supplementation to enhance your results. Plus learn about research updates on intermittent fasting and enhancement of gut health, immune function and beyond!
Also in this episode:
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- Next Level Keto – Next Round Starts 10/27!
- What is a Bone Broth Fast?
- Reasons to Consider a Bone Broth Fast
- Research Supported Benefits
- Chicken soup inhibits neutrophil chemotaxis in vitro
- Kupffer cells contain a glycine-gated chloride channel
- Modulation of macrophage and B cell function by glycosaminoglycans
- Lipopolysaccharide Endotoxins | Annual Review of Biochemistry
- Glutamine and intestinal barrier function
- Short-term modified alternate-day fasting: a novel dietary strategy for weight loss and cardioprotection in obese adults
- Early Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Pressure, and Oxidative Stress Even without Weight Loss in Men with Prediabetes
- Effect of Alternate-Day Fasting Among Metabolically Healthy Obese Adults
- The effect of fasting or calorie restriction on autophagy induction: A review of the literature
- Fasting enhances growth hormone secretion and amplifies the complex rhythms of growth hormone secretion in man
- How to Do a Bone Broth Fast
- Lifestyle Support for Fasting
- What to do if Not Tolerating Bone Broth
- What about MTOR?
- A Typical Day on a Bone Broth Fast
- Fasting Research Updates
- The ketone metabolite β-hydroxybutyrate blocks NLRP3 inflammasome-mediated inflammatory disease
- The response to prolonged fasting in hypothalamic serotonin transporter availability is blunted in obesity
- Timing of caloric intake during weight loss differentially affects striatal dopamine transporter and thalamic serotonin transporter binding
- How autophagy controls the intestinal epithelial barrier
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