The beginning of the year is filled with promise as we reflect on the year that has passed and look forward to our goals for 2019. After a stressful and overindulgent holiday season, our overall well-being undoubtedly comes to mind. Now is the perfect time to feel lighter, reset our taste buds, and kick off a new year of healthy living. Maximize this opportunity for a fresh start leading to lasting change through a doctor-developed, clinically-tested diet program with both short- and long-term benefits.
Advocated in the ancient and modern worlds, fasting triggers anti-aging and weight-loss functions in the body. It is now possible to promote these valuable effects without total deprivation through a healthy, plant-based, nutrient-rich meal plan.
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Fasting Discussions with Professor Valter Longo
Watch the four-part series of interviews Professor Valter Longo has with Dr. Kurt Hong about the role fasting plays in health, which will cover the following topics:
Part One: Types of Fasting – know the difference between intermittent fasting, time restricted feeding, and periodic fasting.
Part Two: The 5-Day Fasting Mimicking Diet – What is it, and what it does to the body
Part Three: The Science of Fasting – biologic effects of fasting
Part Four: Most frequently asked questions on fasting