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1. How long have you been fasting?
-Stick with it
2. Are you doing longer fasts?
– 36-hour Fast
– 48-hour Fast
3. What are you eating in your eating window?
-chemical laden foods?
-high carbs vs low carbs
-same foods over and over?
1. Are you varying your fastings?
-the body is meant to go in and out of fasting
-7 different fasts
-feast famine cycling
7 Different Types of Fasting & When To Use Them
Keto Fasting Variation
2. Are you fasting too much?
-body prone to homeostasis
3. Are your detox pathways open?
-Liver, gut, kidneys, lymph
How to Open Up Your Skin & Lymph Detox Pathways
4. Are you eating foods that support your liver Phase 1/2 detoxification
Phase 1 detox: XENOBIOTICS, STEROID HORMONES, PHARMACEUTICALS
Xenobiotic is a term used to describe chemical substances that are foreign to animal life and thus includes such examples as plant constituents, drugs, pesticides, cosmetics, flavorings, fragrances, food additives, industrial chemicals and environmental pollutants.
The “Phase I” cytochrome P450 superfamily of enzymes (CYP450) is generally the first defense employed by the body to biotransform xenobiotics, steroid hormones, and pharmaceuticals.”
Teas: green, black, rooibos
Curcumin: turmeric, curry powder
Quercetin; Apple, apricot, blueberries, yellow onion, kale, alfalfa sprouts, green beans, broccoli, chilli powder
Phase 2 detox: ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS & HORMONAL IMBALANCES
– The high toxic burden due to chronic exposure to environmental pollutants, overactive phase I activity, or hormonal imbalance.
Resveratrol: grapes, wine
Tea & coffee: Rooibos, Honeybush
Ferulic Acid: Whole grains, roasted coffee, tomatoes, asparagus, olives, berries, peas, vegetables
Ellagic acid: berries, pomegranate, grapes, walnuts, and black currents
Dry Farm Wines
“Over the past decade, there has been an investigation into nutrigenomic and epigenetic influences of food constituents on chronic diseases [201, 202]. Similarly, studies have revealed that exposure to and accumulation of toxins play a significant role in cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity [203–207]. Thus, one’s dietary intake and environmental influences may have large bearing on the incidence of chronic disease. In fact, these influences may be significant not just for the individual, but for several generations due to the transgenerational inheritance of epigenetic changes [208, 209]. Therefore, it would seem that designing clinical recommendations to maximize the effects of food and reduce the impact of toxins is essential. However, it is not without caution and critical thinking that a detoxification protocol should be assembled for patients by trained clinicians. There remain many unresolved issues regarding knowing how and what foods modulate detoxification pathways.”
1. Have you done a deep detox?
– 90-Day Toxin Reset
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