Is Intermittent Fasting Really Different for Women?

Is Intermittent Fasting Really Different for Women?

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so in this video I want to answer the question is in a minute fasting really that different for women compared to men a lot of times I’ll get this question you know female should I be doing in a minute fasting I heard it was unhealthy it’s gonna mess up my hormones so so let’s just take a look a little bit deeper into that topic what’s the difference between a man and a woman is that women have a more complete reproductive system okay so they have more estrogen they their bodies can make another body and that’s all tied in with survival and when you go into this topic of starvation that is anti survival right it lowers your survival starving actually decreases your lifespan so that’s going to create a lot of problems with the endocrine system hormones etc but here’s what I want to differentiate we got starvation got fasting and a low calorie diet when you do a low calorie diet you’re actually cutting down the food that you’re eating and usually you’re creating nutritional deficiencies alright when you’re doing fasting you’ve created an adaptation to running your body off fat the meals that are recommended should not be low calorie meals if you’re doing it healthily because we want to provide for all of your nutrients so overall you are cutting calories because you’re not eating so frequently but in that actual meal you are satisfying your nutrients now when you’re starving you’re creating nutritional deficiencies all over the place okay and you pretty much tapped out your fat now you’re running off muscle protein and you’re you’re hungry all the time right you’re extremely hungry it’s called starvation when you’re fasting you’re not hungry it’s a low stress situation in fact you feel really good you feel euphoric and hopefully you have nutritional reserves based on what you ate in the past and if not you need to enhance that with supplements but in a low calorie diet you’re usually craving carbs you’re hungry all the time your body is telling you to eat and I really think the confusion is not really defining a healthy version of in a minute fasting okay because if you just cut your calories you are gonna create stress within the endocrine system you’re gonna be hungry all the time you’re gonna be craving and that’s gonna create an issue and also when you’re doing like the pattern of so-called intimate fasting where it’s like five and two like you eat what you want for five days and then for two days you basically cut your calories down that’s not the definition of benevento fasting that is going to create a problem on the reproductive system because you only have two days there to adapt and that’s just not long enough and plus all the other days you’re probably eating foods that you shouldn’t be eating so if you’re doing in a minute fasting healthily okay and you’re doing it gradually so your body can adapt and you making sure the meals are nutrient-dense it’s going to enhance your reproductive system it’s not going to create a problem all right thanks for watching hey guys real quick I have a new healthy keto eating plan for you just go to dr. Berg comm it’s right on the front page I put a link down below download it it’s free check it out

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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question, is intermittent fasting really different for women compared to men. The difference between women and men is that women have a more complete reproductive system.
Difference between starvation, fasting and low-calorie diet
• Starvation: Nutritionally deficient
• Fasting: Adapted to fat, your meal is providing nutrients
• Low-Calorie Diet: Cutting down the food that you are eating that creates nutritional deficiencies.
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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