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- You can’t be IN the show on your podcast app. You won’t see it there… So:
- Search the show on Itunes with the search function, bottom right and then top bar type in “Low Tox Life”.
- Don’t click on the episodes but click on the show graphics tile that comes up from the search down the bottom.
- Then, on the next screen you’ll see just under the logo that “Details” is highlighted grey. Next to details is REVIEW. Click review and then either just give it a quick star rating or a one line review and let me know how you’re enjoying the show / a favourite you’ve loved.
- Feel good. You’ve just helped our show grow and thank you so much!
Now onto the show…
This week I’m chatting to Naomi Judge, one of the most well informed, well researched naturopaths I’ve ever worked with. We chat about all things intermittent fasting, including the 5:2 and the 18:6 diet and the benefits and “flags” of each depending on where you’re at with your health right now. We’re also talking about the pitfalls of using this type of diet unsupervised and how it’s important to make sure you’re doing under supervision.
Here’s a little snapshot of the goodies in today’s episode…
– Intermittent fasting is not just for weight loss or to feel better it can be used to manage chronic diseases such as thyroid issues, diabetes and mental health issues
– It’s a whole lifestyle movement, simply fasting without changing any of your other behaviors won’t help
– Fasting is great but only if you’re not doing a lot of stuff. Fasting on a yoga retreat is doable but it’s not doable if you actually have to do things like a busy work schedule and parenting combined.
– If it’s not working for you, stop doing it. If you’re not losing weight, and you’re feeling awful all the time it’s probably not the thing for you and you should investigate a more personalised approach with a naturopath.
– Books are great but don’t just read a best-selling diet book and start your diet the next day: always check with a medical professional
THIS WEEK’S LIVE HAPPIER, HEALTHIER CHALLENGE:
Book in to see a naturopath! It’s so worth the investment in your health. Think about what concerns you have and what you’d like to see change in your day to day life. Hook up with a naturopath that works for you and nut out a good eating and lifestyle plan to get you back on track. Also have a chat in the comments and tell us if you’ve tried the 5:2 or any kind of intermittent fasting and how it worked out for you.
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Enjoy the show and thanks again for taking the time to rate and review the show – it’s like tipping the bartender and it means the world. (To do this from your phone, you can’t be ‘in the show list’ – go to the podcast search function and type low tox life, and then click on the show and click ‘review’. Annoyingly tricky but hey. I figured I may as well help you out if you’re going to take the time to leave a review!)
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