Listen: Len Wein, Tori, ARS discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
"There's plenty of food and said they were able to up regulate the metabolic rate instead of having it go down that would be my number one suggestion for anybody who feels like they may have damaged their metabolism over time with the very restrictive diets. I really think that all those things that I did, you know, the the giving up for years, and the gaining all the way and just eating all the time. I think that may have actually helped me in the long run undo some of that metabolic damage. Yeah. And then something I wanted to focus on for her question was she said that like she found that rigorous exercise was inflammatory and caused her to get ill or. Oh, yeah. Insured, and though something I wanted to like just talk about for listeners because I think a lot of times people think exercise has to be this lake really intense thing, you know. So if you're not like doing it, you know, like it can go go home. Yeah. Yeah. When. When actually think for a lot of people the most beneficial forms of exercise are. In a way like nourishing forms of exercise. You know, like like yoga or just, you know, having like, a nice, relaxing walk. Maybe especially like at the end of your fast where you're really in that fat burning state like exercise doesn't have to be implementary intend. It doesn't have to be cross fit as have to be high intensity interval training. It can be just, you know, movement throughout the day. Anderson curbing were movement and lifting heavy things just naturally in life. And so I think people right that office like not quote exercise when actually that could help you in a way burn through those last stubborn pounds because it it's not going to necessarily create like an intense panicky like we've talking about chronic stress might not create that rebound or that conferencing. Tori affect in your body trying to recover from the acute stress of exercise. If you can do it in a more gentle way for your body. Exactly. And it is a stress. And it can be one of those dresses that freaks your body out. And especially if you've been doing this hard hard dieting, and now you're doing this hard hard exercise your body's like, Emma? God we had a famine and a war now, we're running to escape, and then it just it's not a good state to be in. Yeah. And just in general, the concept of those last seven pounds. I will say though, I think of really good way. And I've talked to my book what Len Wein is because I have a section on burning through stubborn weight and has a lot of tips and tricks and little funding. So you can try, but in general, I think one of the best ways to really blasters stubborn fat is this is not gentle exercise doing something. Like more intense like high intensity interval training or something when you're really deep into a fast like into your fashioned window because then you're in fat-burning state. You have to be burning fat, basically. And if you do, you know, some brief intense exercise, you might be more likely to really burn tap into those stubborn fat stores, and even since then I didn't talk about in the book because it wasn't on. My ray. Ars much then. But since I'm thinking, if you maybe did some smart hacks like using red light therapy to maybe target certain areas to rake down those fat cells release the fat for fuel at the fast. And then do that exercise at that time? I think that could be a way to actually target quote stubborn fat stores. So just something I've been thinking about aren't very interesting red light would be another thing. Just in general a gentle healing way to encourage fat-burning. So Juve if you have a juice, which we've got youths. Absolutely. I'm really enjoying Juve. Oh, kind to say really quickly.."