Benefits of Dry Fasting (Secrets of Long Life)

You may experience weight loss.

When people begin dry fasting, they often report weight loss within the first couple of weeks. This has been confirmed again and again via studies, and it’s something that modern science is pretty confident in. But why does intermittent dry fasting daily help with weight loss? That’s the part that is somewhat up for debate. People that dry fast successfully are typically more disciplined than those that don’t, and that may be a part of the reason that they lose weight so effectively. Besides that anomaly, though, there is plenty of reason to think that dry fasting can help basically anyone slim down. Fasting can cause your body to have to burn the stored fats that they are holding onto, and this is a good way to get rid of pesky belly fat too.


It can help you if you are sensitive to sugars.

People that are sensitive to sugar are more prone to suffering from diabetes as they get older. This is because your body can have a difficult time keeping your blood sugar levels stable when sugar intake causes spikes. Thankfully, whether you have diabetes or not, dry fasting can be an effective way to help. This is because your body is more sensitive to insulin, and studies have found that our bodies have lower blood glucose levels immediately following a fast. This is just another reason why dry fasting can lead to a longer life, since it can help prevent diseases and negative life developments from ever occurring in the first place.


It can potentially boost your brain function.

Fasting clears your mind completely, at least that’s what recent research has found. As of now, a study of 11 mice has found that intermittent fasting helped boost brain function and this was consistently backed up time and time again. Unfortunately, when it comes to animal testing, it is hard to ever know if it will have the same results on human beings. Nonetheless the evidence has been strong enough that testing will be taking place later this year on actual human beings. To go back to the findings from animal research for a moment, the studies so far have also determined a lower risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s too when you fast. This strong correlation between brain function and these brain-decaying diseases may shed light on the validity of these claims and provide an incentive for aging people to try intermittent fasting more frequently going forward.


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