Fasting for Health

While some fast for spiritual purposes, others fast for health purposes, restricting their diet for specific periods of time to promote various physical benefits. Common practices include time-restricted fasting, alternate-day fasting, and intermittent fasting, and the benefits may include weight loss, healthier organ function, reduced risk of diabetes and heart disease, increased energy, and a sharpening of brain function.


Why Fasting Bolsters Brain Power: Mark Mattson at TEDxjohnshopkinsuniversity

Mark Mattson is the current Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging. He is also a professor of Neuroscience at The Johns Hopkins University.


How to Do Intermittent Fasting for Health - Dr Sten Ekberg Wellness for Life

You will learn the healthiest way to do intermittent fasting diet for your health, energy, brain health, weight loss and more.


What Does a Neurologist Eat for Breakfast?

In my never-ending quest to enlighten you to the ways our diets and lifestyles affect our brain health and function, I went down to visit my friend David Perlmutter, a neurologist, to see what he eats every day to optimize his brain health.


Food: The Most Powerful Way to Reduce Inflammation with Dr. Will Cole

Listen in to a chat with our Communications Director, Kayla Barnes and Dr. Will Cole to learn more about the root cause of inflammation, how emerging diets like Keto and techniques like intermittent fasting affect inflammation, how to measure your levels of inflammation and more!


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