Have you hear about intermittent fasting but not sure what it is or how to do it? Do you wonder why you should even try intermittent fasting?
Intermittent Fasting (IF) is a pattern of eating that cycles between periods of eating and fasting.
It doesn’t specify which foods you should eat instead it focuses on when you should eat them.
So, in that respect, it’s not a diet in the conventional sense but more accurately described as an eating pattern.
There are several different ways of doing intermittent fasting and there are benefits to weight loss, cell repair, longevity, blood glucose control, and gene expression.
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Dr Karen Wolfe is an Australian physician, Coach, Speaker and author. Born in Sydney Australia, Karen graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and completed a Masters Degree in Psychology from National University in California. She worked initially in Australia as a family physician followed by 8 years of experience in the administration of national health care, wellness and senior programs in her role as the Medical Director of the Australian Government Health Service.
She is the author of seven books, including Is Your Lifestyle Killing You? – The 8 Simple Steps for Lasting Weight Loss and Optimal Health, Create the body Your Soul Desires: The Friendship Solution to Weight, Energy and Sexuality and her new eBook Gut Matters: 4 Ways to Optimize Your Digestion to Boost Your ‘Second Brain’ and Improve Your Mood
Karen is a Guiding Mindful Change Coach and a Holistic Health Coach with The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She co-created the Conscious Body Method Coaching system using her book Create the body Your Soul Desires and many coaches use this system in their work with clients. She is very committed to the application of coaching for achieving behavioral change in wellness. She is an international speaker on wellness and nutrition she is a regular lecturer to the public as well as hospital groups, conferences and professional organizations throughout USA and abroad.
You can find valuable resources at her website www.DrKarenWolfe.org.