HERMINE KILLS 2, BUT DOES SUGAR KILL MILLIONS? by Cathy D. Slaght
Really blew my intermittent fasting “window’ yesterday-had two pieces of pizza at midnight.
To clarify- I discovered earlier this year that curtailing my eating from noon- 8 pm each day helped me slowly release weight- AND supposedly is great for the liver.
This is called intermittent fasting. Plenty of information online.
Then the other day I started reading about another eating style - OMAD
One meal a day.
At first this sounds nuts- but again, you might want to check it out.
Remember, we’re “programmed” with many beliefs that may not serve us. SO, are we 100% SURE we need 3 meals a day?
Could eating that much food actually lower voltage and curtail intuition?
(if this information irritates you, or even makes you angry, that’s how we react when we’re programmed)
Anyway, back to intuition- one of the most devastating blocks to our intuition could be SUGAR-
it’s in everything. There’s no need to harp on this- we know sugar isn’t good for us.
However, many are unaware that virtually ALL processed food is loaded with sugar- they think if they don’t eat desserts or drink soft drinks they’re not really consuming “sugar”.
Also, they may not know that sugar is more addictive than heroin.
Maybe that’s why intermittent fasting or OMAD can be so beneficial- with time, it seems to help break sugar addiction. You find yourself craving whole foods during your “window”.
BUT that pizza I ate last night was loaded with sugar. Here are some of the ways it could have thrown me off:
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