Intermittent Fasting – Bigger Meals – Avoiding Excessive Bloating

Intermittent Fasting – Bigger Meals – Avoiding Excessive Bloating

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hi guys in this video I want to talk about in a minute fasting bigger meals and bloating I had a question from someone recently wanting to know how big of a meal they should consume if they consumed two meals or one meal because when they eat they’re just completely bloated and stuff so let’s just talk about that when you go les meals do intermittent fasting you want to start increasing the amount of calories for that meal so we don’t end up with a low calorie diet to do that you have to have bigger meals the problem is you only have so much capacity to digest that food especially if you’re not used to it and your metabolism is slow so you end up just stuffing yourself and being bloated so we want to avoid that and also some people when they’re starting out they might have the fear of not eating so frequently so they might start eating so much food because they’re freaking out like oh my gosh I’m not gonna eat so I have to eat everything I can squeeze in my stomach not a good idea and that just adds stress to the whole digestive system so we want to have the optimum meal the perfect meal where you’re full but you’re not stuffed so there’s a couple points I want to bring up number one you can go ahead and separate out your vegetables with your protein and fat so that way you don’t have to eat the whole thing at once so instead of sitting down to a 30-minute meal and cramming as much food as you can go ahead and spread it out for an hour or even two hours of eating so let’s say let’s say this is at 3 o’clock and this is at 5 o’clock so you would eat your all your vegetables first your 7 cups or your 10 cups of vegetables right there big salad and I do this a lot too but you’re not eating your protein until you know an hour or even two hours later so you’re giving your chance for your system to digest it and then eat again so that way we can extend our fasting time to around 23 hours of 23.5 hours to 21 hours of fasting so that’s still a good amount of time to fix insulin resistance and really heal if you’re doing kind of a one meal but it’s stretched out over two hours and of course when you do this when I do it gradually and ease into it so you’re at two meals for a while and then eventually go to one if you want to do that some people don’t want to do that and that’s totally fine so that means you would just do two meals but just make sure those two meals you don’t you’ve plied the same principle you don’t stuff yourself too much so let me just give you an example let’s say you do two meals a day you eat at one o’clock and five o’clock what you could do is have your protein at 1:00 and then all your vegetables at 3:00 and then your protein again at five o’clock that way you spread it out so the point I’m trying to make is that when you combine so many different types of foods together it’s more stress on the digestive system it requires more enzymes it’s harder to digest and there’s more bloating of all so if you were to separate that out and in consumed your protein and fat let’s say at one your vegetables at three then your protein and fat at five you would have an easier time to digest that the other point you want to make is that when you eat many people do not have the stomach acid to digest that food so normally in your stomach you have a pH of between 1 & 3 that’s extremely acid when you get older and you age you lose that acid and then the symptom would be GERD acid reflux indigestion bloating gas that those are the symptoms for a low stomach acid and that’s why we’re recommending more apple cider vinegar there is one thing that I use or you can use digest Plus this has a concentrated outside of vinegar and Matane how to chloride if you want to take it a tablet yeah sometimes on Thanksgiving I will pull that out when everyone’s stuff give them some of that so they can eat a little bit longer because people like to step themselves on Thanksgiving and the next point I want to make is when you consume certain vegetables you might not be able to digest those vegetables and you might bloat just from the vegetable alone not necessarily all the food that you’re eating so you you want to just kind of isolate that like people have problems with broccoli for example they get bloating but maybe not kale but some people have a problem with cabbage and some people have a problem with kale so you may have to isolate a certain vegetable that’s bloating you and replace it but that could be doing it right there especially if you’re not used to having those vegetables food oh geez you might have an allergy to cheese or lactose or casein that’s the protein in the milk so you really want to just kind of be aware of that and change up your food to see if it’s a food allergy but because you’re not doing grains because you’re not doing sugars because you’re not doing a lot of the other processed foods there should be less allergies and then we have the last one which is too much fat this is a common mistake that people make they kind of overdo it on the fat because you can have all these keto bums and these snacks and this and that and they end up just having a lot of gallbladder strain so this is the the kind of the wild variable that you have to keep adjusting so if you go too much you’re gonna have not just bloating in your right rib cage but you’re gonna paint all the way up in your right shoulder because of the phrenic nerve and the gallbladder refers up there causing headaches and all sorts of things and if you don’t have enough fat you’re gonna be hungry in between the meals so we have to kind of juggle that so I’ll put a little link down below on to clarify this I did a whole video just on this one point all right so these are some things to consider when you’re having less meals but you want to maintain your calories alright thanks for watching hey if you haven’t already subscribed press the button below and I will keep you in the know hey that rhymes 

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Dr. Berg talks about intermittent fasting, bigger meals and bloating. When you eat less meals, you need to increase the size of your meal. The problem is you may feel bloated, so we need to overcome this. This can stress the digestive system.
1. You can separate out your macro-calories – keep your vegetables separate from your protein and fat. You can stretch out your meal to 2 hours. Its about avoiding the combining too many types of food together its harder on the digestion.
2. Lots of people do not have the acid in their stomach between 1-3, making it hard to digest.
4. The next problem is avoiding certain vegetables that could bloat you.
5. Then there are food allergies – which you need to look at – milk, dairy are common.
6. Watch out eating too many fats, which can stress the gallbladder and then if you do don’t have enough fats, you could be hungry between the meals. So this is the variable that needs to be adjusted to your body, since everyone is different.
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