Getting Enough CALORIES on Intermittent Fasting?

Getting Enough CALORIES on Intermittent Fasting?

Getting Enough CALORIES on Intermittent Fasting?

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so recently had a question am i getting enough calories when I’m doing in a minute fasting so let’s talk about that well the first point I want to bring up is it’s not really about the calories per se it’s about the nutrients in the calories so we all want to focus on that but it does take a certain amount of calories it takes at least 900 calories to get these nutrients okay now the higher the amount of nutrients in the foods the less you will need so if we were to compare kale for example to iceberg lettuce it’s about ten times the nutrition you would have to consume ten times the amount of iceberg lettuce to get the same nutrition from kale an egg a pasture-raised organic egg versus a chicken breast without skin hands-down the egg just has so much more nutrition and vitamins and nutrients but chicken doesn’t have a lot of nutrients other than some protein hot dog versus wild caught salmon right well caught salmon has a lot of omega-3 hot dogs last time I checked doesn’t have a lot of omega-3 a pecan is much healthier than a peanut okay so then you have protein powder which is extremely low fat protein lets you have whey protein powder we were to compare that to grass-fed beef grass-fed beef has a lot more nutrition now the next thing you want to know is when you do in a minute fasting and you put your body in a state of etapa G which is the recycling of proteins your body is taking old damaged parts proteins and recycling them into new raw material to build new tissue so you need four amino acids go way down your need for fatty acids are not near what it would be like if you were doing three or four meals a day because your body is retaining these nutrients its recycling them not only that but etapa G will help the retention of nutrients vitamins and minerals so those are da’s or those requirements are much less so I would just say watch out for any nutritional deficiencies that you might run up against like let’s say your hair start falling out or you feel tired or your your nails are brittle then we know you need more nutrients let’s about one meal a day okay so people have a lot of questions about this if you’re gonna do one meal a day do you have to multiply the three to six ounces of protein times three and have like 12 to 18 ounces of protein with that meal that’s going to be really hard to consume that no you don’t because you’re in a top of G and you’re gonna conserve protein you’re going to conserve fatty acids so eight ounces of protein seven ounces of protein nine ounces of protein is totally fine you’re not going to need as much you’re also going to not need as much fat because you’re gonna retain some of the fatty acids as well as far as vegetables go I mean if you can consume a very large ten cups of salad that would be great but maybe you can get away with seven cups especially if you’re not used to eating that those amounts but the point is that when you eat less your body will adapt to some degree so you do not need the same quantities some of the nutrients that are hard to get when you consuming one meal a day trace minerals B vitamins so personally I take my wheatgrass juice powder my nutritional yeast tablets and my electrolyte powder just to make sure that I’m getting all the nutrients and prevent any nutritional deficiency and it seems to work fine alright well thanks for watching hey tell me what you think about this video go ahead and comment below and give me your feedback

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Dr. Berg asks the question, are you getting enough calories on intermittent fasting? Its not about calories, it’s about the nutrients IN those calories, but it take at least 900 calories to get nutrients. The higher the quality of food, the more nutrient dense the food is, the less you need to eat of it. Nutrient dense foods include eggs, grass fed beef, kale, dark greens, etc.

And when you do intermittent fasting, you put your body into autophagy and you end up recycling your proteins. You also conserve your nutrients meaning you no longer have to strictly follow the RDAs of many nutrients. However, if you notice any nutrient deficiencies with hair loss or fatigue, then add more nutrients. Also when you improve insulin resistance – you end up absorbing more nutrients too so doing 1 meal a day could potentially be a very healthy thing to do. One meal a day is call OMAD (one meal a day).

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