For many fasting was considered to be associated with spiritual or cultural events in which participants may go a varied length of time without eating. In recent times this view of fasting has been changing. Jimmy Kimmel popularized his fasting technique that took the internet by storm. Essentially, eating most anything, people should want for five out of seven days and for two days in this routine eating just 500 calories each day. Another man is also questioning fasting and whether or not it may make an individual smarter. This article explores how this idea is being entertained as a viable subject.
- Fasting would not really make people smarter. The brain needs nutrients in order to be able to work in a proper fashion. Fasting is not going to give them the proper nutrients
- There are healthier shakes that people can use to lose weight. Fasting is going to be used for religious purposes. People do not have to be traditional in their thinking to fast.
- Fasting is something that can make people seem like they have a plan in life. The plan in life is something that can help people stay more youthful. They may find that fasting may make their beards look good.
“As with many questions in nutrition, it leaves us wondering fasting’s actual benefits versus forgettable hyperbole.”
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