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Is It Healthy To Skip Meals?

Fasting is common in certain religions, but today more people are trying to use it as a way to lose weight. But what’s happening to the body & brain when you deprive them of food? Trace shows us why fasting may or may not be the healthy way to go.

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“Intermittent fasting is a great tool for getting strong and lean without changing your diet. But it can also seem confusing or extreme if you’re not familiar with it.”

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“You have plenty of reasons to skip breakfast: You’re sleep-deprived, you’re too busy to make something, eating first thing in the morning unsettles your stomach.”

How Fasting Works

“Fasting is a part of many active faiths around the globe. So what is it about this custom that has caused so many to adopt it?”

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“Most religions use periods of fasting as a means of demonstrating faith or penitence, and an opportunity for spiritual reflection.”

Depriving Yourself: The Real Benefits of Fasting

“There’s a fuzz in my brain and an ache in my gut. My legs are leaden and my eyesight is blurry.”

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“Now that you know the symptoms of diabetes — high blood glucose, excessive hunger and thirst, frequent urination — let’s look at what happens to your body during diabetes.”

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