Low-Carb and Intermittent Fasting support group by Dr. Andy Phung
If you download the TOFI chart from this blog you’ll see how many different conditions and diseases are a direct result of eating too much carbohydrate and sugar over a long period of time.
As described by the Canadian Dr. Fung undoing the damage is a little more complicated than just reducing your carbohydrate and sugar consumption, it includes some level of intermittent fasting for long enough to effective reset the liver functions to allow the proper processing of carbohydrate and sugar, and eliminate the negative consequences of prolonged Metabolic Disorder.
There is now a lot of scientific support for carb restricted diets and lifestyle changes, but as I go along it is useful to collect other Facebook pages, Instagram, and other resources online to support sticking to a difficult but important process.
I’m petrified of getting diabetes, especially since I have congenital rubella syndrome, which can cause diabetes. Eek!
Thank you for the information. Excellent post. Your post and especially that chart scared the hell out of me! Which is a good thing because my sugar intake is ridiculously high
Thanks for this! My has not liked carbs in several years and its getting worse. I fast for breakfast about once a week but it sounds like I need to up my game! Thanks for giving me a reason for intermittent fasting!
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