How many times have you been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or that you need to eat small meals often throughout the day to ‘fire up you metabolism’.
What if it’s simply not true?
I’m thrilled to bring Sharon Fast, Registered Dietitian (back onto the Fit and Vibrant You Podcast for the third time) to talk all about Intermittent Fasting. I interviewed Sharon in Episode 2 (Eating for All Day Energy) and Episode 31 (Supplementing your Real Food Diet). Sharon is also a contributor to the Whole You Transformation Project, and someone I regularly refer my clients to go see for additional nutrition support.
- What it is
- Who should do it (and who should not do it)
- Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
- The right mindset for Intermittent Fasting (in other words… don’t make this another ‘diet’!)
- Simple steps to get started
Sharon is starting an 5 week coaching program to guide participants through Intermittent Fasting,
One group is starting in Chilliwack on November 2, 2016: click here for more information and to register.
The Abbotsford group starts November 1, 2016: click here for more info and to register.
If you’re not from somewhere else in the world, or simply prefer the online option click here to register for the online coaching group.
And if you live in Chilliwack, BC (my hometown) be sure to check out the Emotional Eating Seminar on October 26th. It’s free (yay!) but registration is required.
Have you downloaded my free 3 Day Meal Plan & Love Your Body Mini-Cleanse? Be sure to click here and I’ll send it right to your inbox!
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