In Megan’s Blog:
Fasting Basics: The most common side effects of fasting
What labs do I need?
Coach Larry Diamond on what you need to know when visiting the doctor.
Salt is the cornerstone of minerals and has been since the dawn of time.
It allows people to eat healthy bitter foods that are high in magnesium and potassium. In fact, without it, studies show it can lead to magnesium, potassium and calcium deficiency.
Salt also allows people to exercise in the heat, and increases exercise performance and endurance by allowing people to exercise longer! So, for example, instead of being able to exercise in a warm environment for 40 minutes, studies show the average person can go 61 minutes if they take a teaspoon of salt 30 to 60 minutes prior with 21 oz. of fluid. Show me a supplement that increases time to exhaustion by 21 minutes?
Want to learn more? Check out The Longevity Solution here, the newest book from Dr. Jason Fung and Dr. James J. DiNicolantonio – now available at Amazon.
Berry clinic destroyed by fire.
Dr. Ken Berry has long been a leading voice in the fight for positive change in the health industry, helping to dispel the medical myths that have kept so many of us unhealthy and desperate for meaningful change. Unfortunately, earlier this week his Camden, Tennessee clinic was destroyed by fire.
We’re putting out the call to the IDM community to offer our encouragement to Dr. Berry as he recovers his practice. If you can, please show him support on his YouTube page, by reading his amazing and insightful book Lies My Doctor Told Me or by supporting him on Patreon.
Even athletes are doing it!
A former NFL lineman uses keto and IF to lose weight.
Dr. Fung outlines ‘Therapeutic Fasting – Solving the Two-Compartment Problem’
An incredible health landmark!
Congratulations, Wendy, on your wonderful milestone!