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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

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05:21 min | 4 months ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Lots and lots and they've been doing different rounds of it predict one predict to predict three. I mean this is. This is really cutting edge. What they're doing is i would really say. The gold standard in nutrition research is the cutting edge of that. I wonder and i would die to talk to them. I wonder if are more looking at the the precision and the changes and taking into account the potential for the inaccuracies in the calibration. That would be needed. Because what i've experienced is the first. Cgi war off by ten to fifteen points which is okay. I think that's actually within the expected what they say. It can be off by second one spot on like spot on. It matched my meter. Exactly the one. I'm wearing right now. Is off by twenty to thirty consistently like every time so when i look at the number and i like i said i'm using both levels of sense. This one right now is levels levels. Doesn't let you calibrate it so it neutral. You can go in and say. Hey it's actually off twenty and it'll affect it. it'll change. What you see levels doesn't do that so right now every time i see the number. I'm like okay. Well i know. It's twenty lower than that so i wonder i'm really curious and the reason i'm talking about because i really want listeners to get cd-roms because you can learn so much about yourself. But i really encourage you if you do get one and you suspect that it might be off to test it and but then once even if it is off like i said by by certain amount it won't change. The accuracy of the changes is just kind of like the baseline is wrong. Yeah i don't think mine was off. It never went up crazy high number wise or down crazy low. It was within a range that seemed logical to me also fascinating talking to them about the gut analysis because i had my gut analyzed twenty seventeen and says she talked about the differences in how far they've come since twenty seventeen and they're sequencing of the gut microbiome so they know way more now than they knew in two thousand seventeen like exponentially more so i have a list of foods. They have an app. And i'm supposed to put things in and try to get you know certain number. And it's based on all the factors that they collected about me all the data the way that mixed foods together. They don't want me to have too much fat. Which so doesn't surprise me. That does not does not surprise me one bit but it was also fascinating talking to their lead researcher about just. We talked about intermittent fasting in the latest studies. That are out and she was great. We talked about the early time restricted feeding. And you know some studies. We'd like to say so. I would love to work with them in the future and they you know. They seemed interested in collaborating with the intermittent fasting community because they're very interested in time restricted eating. And how that affects people. It's really exciting. It was really exciting so it was. It was such a such a great call to have to talk to someone at that caliber. I know you talked to people who do research all the time with your biohacking podcast but it was great to talk to you. 'cause they're pure scientific researchers that's what they do. They're in the academic community. And it being able to have a conversation about research methodologies. It was fascinating. I love it. It's so fun. It's so yeah. And i did not sound like a moron. Having that conversation. I was able to have it. You know. that's what felt great. Yeah it's nice when you're engaging in dialogue and you understand everything they're saying you can understand what they're saying right and the listening respectfully to your ideas as well. That was really nice awesome. We have to keep us updated on the well. I'm going to and i have to do it so you can probably hear in my voice. The i like to eat what. I like to eat so to hear that. Gosh maybe that isn't working as well for me as i thought so. I just want to see what happens. I don't need to lose weight. So i'm not doing it to try to lose weight. I just wanna see. Am i going to notice a difference. In how i feel. Awesome and then a resource for listeners. Up lincoln the show notes to i. I doubt either of those interviews. We'll have aired about the cgm's but you can get a nuture sense. Cgm at discount now at melanie avalon dot com slash. Nutrition's cgm and the code is melanie. Avalon for fifteen percent off. Does that the one you liked the best. Yes i was going to say that levels on a wait list anyway. So when i have a code for them it will get you to the front of waitlist. But new says is available now and they're both using freestyle There's no difference there. And i really think that calibration feature is really really important. I like both of them. But i do like neutral sense a lot so that sounds great. I'm really interested as well. I would like to see if you know eating the foods that they recommended. If that makes a difference now that i have this you know going to have to put another cgm on so you can watch issue. I know i know but it's all in the the name of science. Yes yes yes but guess. What is a food. That's great for me. Boy when we beans offset it already. Beans.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"And the coupon code. Melanie avalon will get you fifteen percent off so if you want to jump on the c. g. m. train that gin and i have experienced. I'm obsessed. I think i'm gonna wear one for like the rest of my life. Do i know no. I realized i don't like things on my body. It was great. I love the data bows right. You get that sucker off. So i've done two rounds now. And now i'm in i'm gonna. I have like three sensors. That i can put on my arm like air out a little bit. It made me really feel compassion for people who require these types of things like require them. Yes like my friend. Who's son type one diabetic and he has to wear an insulin. Pump all the time. I have a lot of compassion now and sympathy because they have to do it to be alive and you know goodness that's a lot and monitoring it and yeah i mean because for us. It's just enlightening and fun but completely different situation and like you said i. I don't like having things stuck to me. I'm just got an ordering to and even that i'm like i'm gonna love where he get the idea of constantly wearing something to monitor. You is an interesting concept. I wore an apple watch. I was an early adopter. And i had one four. I don't know a couple years. And then i just quit wearing it as like this. Driving me crazy. I adopted you adopted and i'm an apple lover. I love apple. But i just. I'm like yeah. I don't need to wear this. I also full disclosure. And how am i going to put it middle aged woman and said i could not see the screen as you know very well so that was also part of it but wearing it was one thing to. I'm on day two of aura. And i really liked it so far. Although i realized i had my first night and i didn't feel like i slept that well but i had a like an ab five which is in there like great level was like maybe i do sleep better than i think. Maybe i'm too hard on myself. My friends sharing that is co host of life lessons with me. She has an aura ring. She really likes it. She likes it. She loves it. If anybody ever wants to propose to me they have an oral ring with diamonds in it. that's hilarious. I love that so that better be the way that goes down. Chits my sleep score. Last night was ninety two on my bed because my bed gives me a sleep score. Yeah i actually just got..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Mean it was fine and i felt great. So there's that altering the wine for you drink my wine alright. Shall we go on to the next question. Yes this is from kelley and the subject is cold therapy and i'm a little afraid to read it. Hello love the podcast. I've heard melanie talk about cold. Therapy is there a specific episode that goes into detail or an article. I can read. I'd love more info. Thank you kelly. Short question from galle. Short answer to kelly use. I just aired. The episode would be incredible off who is known as the ice man and this is what he does. And so pulling to that. In the show notes it's at melanie avalon dot com slash cold. And we talk all about it. Cold showers ice bats. All the stuff. I jin it's getting cooler now outside. Bill i know i'm wearing my hugs right now and i'm wearing long pants and i'm also wearing like a turtle neck kind of shirt. I'm wearing my halter dress. And i wear it outside and it's so exciting. I parked far away. I don't know it's not that cold the south. So it's like sixties or. I know that so-called. I'm freezing. So i wear my halter dress on a park far away so that i have to walk in the cold. No all right so we have a question from cash. The subject is falling hair and peeling nails and cash says hi. Melania jen cast. It is informative entertaining and the best part not preachy. You both make great team. I've been intermittent fasting for the last two years with a break for about six weeks last year. When i had meningitis.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

06:49 min | 5 months ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Those are my main recommendations for constipation. magnesium is just the key that works for me. I've been trying to shift around the time that i was taking it. I was taking something else at bedtime. Oh i was taking sleep remedy at bedtime. Yeah and so. I didn't want to take sleeper. Many and magnesium don't know just felt like too much to be taken at one time so it's like well i'll just start taking the magnesium or i'll take different times and i did notice getting a little more sluggish again so i'm back to taking the magnesium at that time and everything's back to how it should be. It is really makes a difference for my body. My body likes magnesium at bedtime. Yeah my order with those two sleep remedy. While which is a natural sleep supplement formulated to help your brain instigate the sleep state. So it's not a pharmaceutical or anything. I take it since. I eat so late. I take it like when. I'm opening my window. Actually and then. I have museum after night. Feel like that. Keeps things going really well for people who are interested in sleep remedy. You can get melanie. Avalon dot com slash sleep remedy the coupon melanie avalon. But the magnesium vitamin c can also do it as well. Some do like high dose vitamin c. Then her second question craving sweets. Do you have thoughts about that craving sweets bombing. I think that it's natural to crave sweets where wired to crave sweets people at like. It's a flaw to crave sweets. Like there's something wrong with you if you crave sweets and i don't think that's true so if you crave sweets stop beating yourself up over it. It's not a problem that that you crave them. There's not something wrong with you instead. If you feel like you're choosing things that are not high quality that that would be the problem you know if you're like eating pack a cookies that would be a problem instead. Try to meet that sweet craving with real foods for me dates. I've talked about this before. Joel dates there are great. Close my window. they're sweet. I don't need a lot of them. I don't have been drawn them. I just eat a couple of dates. I'm meets my sweet craving. And then i my windows closed and i go about my evening and i'm not like oh darn. I'm craving sweets. I'm like all right. I would like something sweet. Then i have it. We crave salty. We crave things. I think there's probably a difference too. I don't know she's craving in her eating window or if she's like eating sugar cravings while fasting which i feel like are two different experiences but if it's during the eating window i agree that whole food forms of that. She's not doing low carb so if she's doing mediterranean and if she can get that sweet fix with fruit and things like that. I completely support that. My mind is being blown a little bit. I just read dr alan christian since the thyroid reset diet at comes out in january but he thinks because a lot of people supplement iodine for thyroid issues he actually thinks iannis iodine overload is the cause of most by word issues today and he makes a very compelling case like very compelling because basically idea that i- adine is helpful it started when because if you overdose. Iodine shuts down the thyroid. So like back in the day they found that really high dose iodine supplementation would essentially fix things ever fixed like hyperthyroidism because it was shut down the thyroid. And there's something about it would help something with her and the guy who found this connection thought it was because the body needed iodine but really it was probably because the access i was shutting down. Stop like because it was too much and now we're not really i deficient ever since we started iodising salt and all of that and it's just really really The studies what excess iodine does and how people are low. Iodine diet often can reverse hashi motives. So i'm not saying billy do this but now i'm like rethinking. Hushing motors complete. We dine stay tuned. Stay tuned for that. Lots going to confuse a lot of people. This is the whole problem with. It's like up deficient idaho up. Sorry actually had too much then. You're just like never mind. I'm just gonna eat after reading his book. Like the amount of iodine. We need like our thura needs is really small and dine is a really unique nutrient because it's basically just by the thyroid like the rest of the body doesn't need it and then b it's like one of the nutrients where we only need a really small amount and anything beyond that is actually toxic compared to like most nutrients where i a much broader range right like with magnesium as an example if you take more magnesium than your body needs it actually you excrete. It just flushes out if flushes you out. Which is why you know. The last time. I had blood work done. My magnesium levels are great and say that is probably one reason why it keeps me regular. Yeah so it really big paradigm shift and you know what that just made me. Think of something. The people who take magnesium and say. It doesn't do anything for them with constipation. i wonder if it's because they just start deficient their bodies uptaking all of it. Yeah they haven't reached the the bowel tolerance point. That's quite possible. I just thought of that. I'm like well. They're a ding ding. Ding that's probably why di- tell you my iodine supplementation story I've experimented with a lot of what a lot of things all of that said and when interviewed joko in who makes the self dakota gene genetic testing that i both done before. He said he had the same experience. I assign is the only supplement where i tried it and it created a reaction that scared me so bad. I'm never touching it ever again. What'd it do. I took it orally and my eyes turned blood shot red. I think i've heard you say that before. I think you've told me this story to the point. That like i was like i don't know if i can go to work like and it lasted for like two days. Oh gosh i was like there. Is something going on here with iodine. So i've been really like skeptical or curious about it for a while. So reading book was interesting. Yeah that does sound like it would be interesting all right. We ready for the next one. 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Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

04:21 min | 6 months ago

Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You

"Already instead of start things off we have follow up something that we said we would get back to you last time which I feel like every time we do that we We don't always get back to it, but we're getting back to it. So yeah, emily had asked us about her shift work weight loss intermittent fasting 's like crazy sleep schedule where she would sleep from ten PM to two. AM Do a paper out from two to four am and then sleep from four to seven am. which was very crazy sleep schedule. We talked about the like fascinating. was. It made Victorian people I think in general just being like the I've just read articles that indicated. That's how they live like medieval times or I don't know that was the natural way to be yes. They would like go to sleep and then like wake up and then go to sleep. So I asked the residence sleep expert Dr Cur- personally who I've had on the melon avalon biohacking podcast linked to that in the show notes the I asked him about it and obviously knew everything about it. He said it was called dual sleep and it occurred roughly twenty two longitudinal above or below the equator and it was because nights were ten to twelve hours at night. And the people would sleep into have the night and they would like wake up in the middle to do activities and hang out while the kids were still asleep. So that's different than like today where we're always sleeping, you know we're lucky for sleeping eight hours and the reason I'm bringing this up is because I think we were contemplating that really oh so maybe this is like a good thing. It's not an ideal situation that situation would be if you were sleeping like if it was like a twelve hour night and you're waking up in the middle so. I think our originally answer still stands about that schedule because they slept from dark too dark, right? That was the difference those people were sleeping from dark too dark and that was too much sleep. Yeah. Probably today would wake up in the middle and then had their second half of the that makes sense but you know what my body is still tuned. To that I swear I could live that way because as soon as it starts to get dark I wanna go to bed I don't care if that's nine thirty at night or five thirty at night. If it's dark I WANNA get into bed I probably should start just doing that. Go to bed wake up in the middle of the night get up. To do some stuff, go back to bed I bet I think that might be my natural. Goes might be my natural way of being I might. Sylvia. Wake in that time when you wake up because you go to bed so like when does it get dark? You would go to bed at like. Five o'clock if it's the wintertime. Okay. See Sleep from like five to like eleven. Oh, and then you wake up and then we could hang out. And then had my second night's sleep and we could both back to same. I swear I would probably feel great doing that we could do the podcast in. I'd have to have an earlier window I'd have to shift it. So, yeah. Coming from Jen's by phase sleep. In my normal sleep and my normally. That's so funny. The APP asleep is huge. I will do a quick plug for Dr Percy's sleep remedy. have an unflavored version of it that is fast friendly, and basically has all of the substrates that your brain naturally needs to fall asleep. So it's not like a pharmaceutical doesn't knock you out or you know affect your sleep quality just makes your brain naturally fall asleep. So being you can get it for ten percent off at sleep remedy dot com slash Melanie Avalon, and the version of it that I have is a capsule. It's a capsule. They have drinks as well. So you can get it for ten percent off at Melanie avalon dot com slash sleep remedy with the coupon, Melanie Avalon and the they do have the drinks while they're coming out with a kids formulation soon so That's pretty exciting but YEP sleep sleep is super important. I feel like I keep reading everywhere that. Out of everything honestly diet lifestyle exercise sleep asleep is lake probably the most important I mean it's hard to say once more important than the other but sleep is so k. like fasting is good for us because it's healing sleep is where are our brains are healing? Right? Not Sleeping it's like eating all the time. As far as like the effects it has yeah

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Continuous Glucose Monitors

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

05:59 min | 7 months ago

Continuous Glucose Monitors

"Hi everybody and welcome. This is episode number one, hundred, eighty, one of the intermittent fasting podcast I'm melanie avalon and imagine Stevens Hi everybody. How are you today Jen I am fabulous I am just immersed in all sorts of amazing data and learning about myself until like to elaborate I would. Melanie knows because she knows what I'm doing but for readers of Fast Feast repeat and even readers of. Fear you know I've been talking about personalized nutrition since I saw that famous Ted talk that I talk about with Dr Erin Seagal I saw it I twenty seventeen and it literally changed my life to understand that we all have personalized responses to foods and some of it's based on our genetic background. But a lot of it is in our gut microbiome and really just hormonal health in general. In fast, Feast repeat I talked about the work that Tim Spector is doing. He's my favorite Gut microbiome researcher from the UK and he had a study called the predict study, and then the predict to study which some of my friends did a year ago and I am now participating in the third round of this predict three it's with an APP called Zoe and he's one of the collaborators with. It but as part of the study for the past seven days I've been wearing a continuous blood glucose monitor that they sent me and I have to send it back, which is so sad because man is an opening to see how my body responds to different foods with my blood glucose. So I can see you know what it's doing all during the day all during the night up 'cause day. On how it responds to foods I'm so happy to report that I'm not surprised the foods that I thought that worked well for many guess what they work. Well, they do. So are you eating some of their stuff and your stuff? Well, I had to do that for two days. There were two days where I had to start the day eating these muffins that they sent me Oh, my Lord. Yuck. For listeners, we wanted to record the podcast earlier, which was like I can't record a podcast after eating the muffin. Hours right. I mean I was predicting that it was before I had even eaten the muffins but I had a feeling because I had to eat them in the morning cacique. You couldn't have anything before the muffins except water. Wake up in the morning and drink black coffee. So I had to eat the muffins and then wait four hours and then eat the muff a there were actually different muffins and then wait two hours and then I could you know have real food the first day of that opened at eight am and I never eat at eight am even on vacation you know if I'm going to have breakfast, we usually end up doing more of a brunch. So I can't think of the last time I've had food at eight am but I had to eat. I think it was three muffins that had been frozen and then I microwave dumb and the first round of muffins I think they're testing fat clearance like how quickly your body clears out fat after you eat a high fat meal. These were high fat muffins. There are high fat. Because, you could tell by reading the ingredients list you would not have probably eaten these muffins. going. To say. This is not a melanie study. No, you probably wouldn't have eaten the muffins but the first ingredient was like safflower oil or something Oh. Gosh. I know I, know I know but I ate them muffins than I was so crabby for those three hours 'cause they weren't satisfying at all. You know if I could put some butter on there or some strawberry jam but no I had to they tasted like a mix between a cornbread muffin and pound cake. But with less flavor said, then the the second set of muffins they were like gluten free cash I duNno? low-fat Muffins. But My my blood glucose responded great to both sets them up I had to do this blood test or I had to like squeeze out all this blood on this card and send it off to be anyway they're going to test the. I think my fat clearance because you had to do a certain number of hours after that, and it gives you a lot of information, but I also had to send an poop sample. That's right up my alley. Yeah. So that was interesting. It was a little more hardcore than the one I did for the American gut project. I won't go into details, but it was interesting. Let's just say and then I took them all to the post office and mail them in. Also. Fun, this guy like what's on your arm it was continuous blood glucose monitor and you know and I thought that was very bold question to ask a stranger at the post office but I explained it. But I should've said this is poop in this box, but I didn't. is putting it on hard. It was actually so very easy. It has the ability shared, but I did it you stick it to the back of your arm and you just in this little thing and you just click and then it just POPs. said it was easier than the finger stick. Okay two. Brands of CGM I'm betting great now. I haven't done either one yet. Well, this information is just so important I think because it's it's showed me. Like I had one meal that I've eaten so far that did not work very well for me. It was the only one and it was a flat bread topped with like a a lemon ricotta and then sauteed Brussels sprouts and then like Parmesan cheese and then a hot honey that one shot my blood glucose up higher than anything has so far probably the honey. But when I've eaten potatoes when I've eaten rice even. Toast. With egg on top. I. Have a very slow steady. Roz than a slow steady back down. I think that flat bread didn't have a lot of fat with the I mean had some fat but I probably normally have more fat with my carbs. So it just kinda spiked to me right up.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"My sleep hasn't been so solid. So I've been given the green light to Melatonin at night to help my understanding is that the? Variety is our most effective. You can probably guess my question does chewing two pills at night, break my fast I usually close my window around eight, but I don't want to take Melatonin until around eleven, which is when I like to go to bed I'm almost finished reading fast feast repeat. So apologies if there's an answer in that book that I haven't yet read and then she lists the ingredients over Melatonin and it does have flavors and sweeteners. So. Thanks. So thank you so much for your question. So Melatonin in itself, like the hormone is not going to break fast. So if you were to be crazy like me in the past in order straight pure melatonin powder, there would not be any fast-breaking alter that that can be dangerous. The supplement that you listed it does have A. Lot of ingredients and it's like Jon said, artificial sweeteners xylitol. Decks Trend, which is actually It's sugar starch natural flavors. The technical answer is, yes. My little caveat to it and I'm not saying this to encourage people to you know taking slightly but I think if there's the potential for something like a supplement. Being least problematic in the whole grand scheme of things. It's probably shortly after eating window has closed because you're still on the Fed state that tiny little bit of whatever is not like you're like kind of into the fastest state already where taking a supplement is going to. Send, a different signal to your body because you're in the Fed state at that moment. Like, really to supplement specifically that said, I really wouldn't recommend the one that you're taking Lisa because it's got a lot of stuff in there. You don't need all that stuff and they're. They're much pure forms that you can get and I would actually recommend I had on my other show Dr Kirk Parsley who made asleep supplement called sleep remedy, and it does feature Melatonin and the correct ratio that your brain needs as well as other natural substrates that your brain needs to like naturally instigate the sleep state those pharmaceutical or drug it's just a supplement. Really recommend data of the link to it in the show notes in a coupon. So so yeah. So this is my thoughts. Basically, I would suggest supplement anyway even though if you are taking on, you're taking I'm not concerned about it from breaking the fast perspective. I've just concerned about it in that I don't like all those ingredients that are in it. Jen Yup. I was Gonna say that exact thing about a supplement bedtime and for someone like me he so like fast clean fast cleaning clean fast is so important I completely agree with the fact that if you just closed your window at eight, you're only three hours away from that end so your body has not made the transition. I if you had a whole meal that would different things right like if you had food. Yeah. Then that starts the clock over but a tiny little supplement like that is not going to interrupt because you're still digesting your last meal you haven't shifted over. into fat-burning yet it's not sending a difference signal basically yes. I liked the way you said that so I mean if you were. Fifteen hours into your fast. It's GonNa feel different and plus you know even if it does make you feel a little you're going to sleep. So yeah, I completely agree with that. I, got to try that sleep remedy. Melanie I've never tried it. Oh Yeah you haven't tried it. No, have him send me some weight. How have not traded I don't know all the struggle I've had with my sleep. I, have taken it consistently for the past like five or six years. I got to get some of that work your magic, and then we can talk about it I can work. Works Magic and they have an flavored version is that something needs to solve and water will he has the supplement pill like the supplements and then he has like drinks versions so you can look it over and see what you want all right I'd be interested to try it just to say I, will make that happen and for listeners. So if you go to Melanie Avalon Dot com slash sleep remedy and use the coupon Code Melanie. Avalon you will get ten percent off. Yes. So I take the on flavored capsules but there is like a drink packet as well. That's actually a question. So like j what would you think about the drink version because that would be more like a drink, but it doesn't have calories I'm still pretty loosey. Goosey up until I. Go to bed just because I have the evening eating window, I would never want to do something early in the day when I've woken up, that would inadvertently break my fast because I'm deepen the fasted state right before your body is still shifting over and a small sleep aid i. don't know how much it is I mean how much the drink so like if you take one. It's like a packet that you mix. It's five calories probably not gonNA make a huge difference it's tiny and it's bedtime but I guarantee if I woke up in the morning and drink something like that I would be shaking I, I would have you know. I'm glad we discussed that I really thought about that way until we talked to all right now but the signals I framework. Because it's like you're not changing anything that's happening signal wise and especially like this drink would have five calories Allah take the capsule though just because but people really over stressed about stuff that's in capsules to, and they're like I want to take this. You know magnesium at bedtime and it's got you know whatever whatever and the capsule yeah. That's probably not a problem not very much so. At bedtime is the time that I worry the least about supplements what I love about the capsules as their complete flavored. No problematic ingredients? Hi Friends did you know that there is one phase of sleep that almost everyone fails to get enough of its.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"So basically they sound that we have an endogenous circadian rhythm attached to hunger so basically we feel hungry at certain times and it's completely independent of everything else so it doesn't matter how long it's been since you last eight doesn't matter when you slept. It does not matter. Basically we get hungriest around eight PM and we are least hungry around eight. Am so that sounds so true for me. The least hungry in the morning most hungry at night And there's a lot of theories for why this may be. So some of the theories are that sleep inhibits appetite and then that carries over to the beginning but what they were saying is asleep. Didn't seem to be a factor so it's probably not that another thing could be that people already tend to eat the largest meal when I'm saying right now. This is thinks that the study mentioned had been previous theories so another theory was that like people tend to eat late at night anyway. So then they're not hungry in the morning basically but one of the things they point about this is that people actually tend to experience lower Leptin levels in the morning so that actually does not support that idea and then what they were looking at was you know like does sleep actually play a factor and they were testing that and what they found was that no it doesn't seem to that regardless of any external factors people tend to get most hungry around eight. Pm Like I said at least hungry in the morning. So it's funny because I read that and I was like okay that kind of supports the idea that you know people who like having a late night eating window and that's exactly what it sounds like to me. Yeah that's how I would interpret that it sounds like hey it's natural to eat later at night. Did you read the Warrior Diet? We we've talked about him. We've had him on the PODCAST. Sorry everything's running together episode one fifty five but he has that evening window and talks about how that's how we are designed to be. We do what we need to do. During the day and then at night we sit down and have our big meal. That's what feels right to my body exactly and that was my thought. I was like see this just shows that we're naturally supposed to be eating at night. However he true the exact opposite conclusion which actually made me rethink things a little bit. You're going to have to have on your podcast. I think the hard thing would be. I really like engaging with honest nuance dialogue with people. And I don't I don't know what I would do if I was like nine wasn't calling him out but like China I don't want to ever get to like argumentative or anything and that's why I want to bring up people with seemingly different ideas if I if when I listened to them or when I read their work. I don't get a sense of Cherry picking even if they do Cherry pick I get a sense that they honestly believe this and I mean I know he probably ought honestly believes this but by this they're open to other ideas or maybe thinking that they might be wrong about something. That's if you WANNA talk to. I don't care if they believe the exact opposite of me but if they're looking for how they might be wrong so they're always right. I don't know like he would be like that so I don't know how I would engage with him but in any case he says it makes sense then that if you are only eating one meal a day and watch lose weight you'd want to eat in the morning when your hunger hormones may be less active I talk about the hormone specifically so Gremlin and Lupton are hunger hormones and but seems that stay are highest in the evening hunger hormone and Lois in the morning and then like I said with Leptin which makes you feel full. It's actually low in the morning yesterday. I'm one hundred percent that the only reason that I'm like offer that theory is because for me. Okay I've done it. I've tried it. I've seen what would happen. You know when I have said I'm just GONNA eat in the morning. I'm going to have one beyond that's it. I'm starving the whole rest of the day. And it's like White. Knuckling so it makes no sense to me to have a lifestyle or on miserable you know I said. I had a new conclusion based on his conclusion. That sort of thing. So it's funny because I read that from him and if my my initial response was no opposite but then I sat and I thought about it and I was like from his perspective. I mean that is a valid point. I could see the logic in it but in practice. It doesn't work like that for my body right so this is what I was thinking. It was a huge depite. I was thinking maybe for people who struggle with over eating because I feel like with the with the whole intermittent fasting thing. Some people oftentimes struggle more with. They have no problem with the fasting but they struggle with you know overeating eating and eating window. And then some people and there's blends of everything but then also some people really struggle with the fast staying but they have like really no problem with the eating window. So maybe if you something to think about if you struggle with overeating part of it might be that you could play around with maybe trying like a breakfast eating window because it might be that you know that might address that but if you're the type that struggles with a fasting and feeling hungry then if we know that those hunger hormones are coming up anyway at eight PM. I would not encourage a breakfast eating window. You know I think it provides a really nuanced picture. I'm one hundred percents fan of experimenting to see what works for you. And so even if a study came out that was one hundred percent conclusive that there were biological benefits to having an early morning window. I don't WanNA spend my life white. Knuckling it through every afternoon evening to get to my morning eating tomorrow you know that would not feel like the lifestyle to me but again I have not seen a study that definitively shows that but we really have to find a way that this feels like a lifestyle to us. I know a few people who have morning eating window is people that are friends of mine in the community. They have a warning eating window. It works beautifully for them. They don't like having an eating when they don't feel well when they eat late at night. Sleep well I believe them and I would never try to force them into an evening eating window because I know what feels right to them is what they should do. So it just animated by the thought that there is a a best time for all bodies to do something and the fact that people keep trying to pigeonhole it into early in the day. But I haven't yet seen evidence that makes that universally true even though the people keep fighting it there. No morning is better. Here's why I'm like well. That's not what that study says and somebody else will save. Morning is better. Here's why and like study also doesn't say that so high France. We hope you're enjoying the show. I am so thrilled to tell you about our new supporter of the podcast. I've been so excited about this one guys so this is a good moment as you guys know. I'm really really all about hacking your light exposure especially when it comes to blue and red light so blue light is a type of high energy light found natural daylight. It's awesome because it can keep you alert. Keep going but the problem is we are way over exposed to it in today's modern environment. With all of our electronic fluorescent lights lack of darkness it has really become a problem and has been linked to so many health conditions. Were talking things like anxiety insomnia stress and so much more. That's why I've been wearing blue light blocking glasses for quite a while. Now and recently I had Andy mant the founder of blue blocks on the Melanie Avalon. Biohacking podcast and honestly that conversation made me completely reevaluate my entire blue light blocking methods. I mean I was already a fan of blue blocking but after talking to Andy. I now understand that. Most blue light blocking glasses on the market. Actually don't block the blue light that you need to be blocking..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"To really don't take things at face value really do your own research and really do it but I cannot say how many times I have gone to a study. That's not what it says at all and I will say I'm very proud of the fact that no one has ever said to me. I went to the study. You referenced in Your Book and that's not what it said. No one has ever said that to make that makes me feel good. 'cause I work really hard to not have that. Be The case the reason I really picked up on it this time was. He made the first comment. I went and read the study and I was like. Yeah but it also says this and I'm like why is he not mentioning? That also says this then. He said more than he was like. Oh but you know. Maybe there's an exception because this study showed this and I'm like yeah you're trying to make it look like it was another conflicting study rather than it was the same study that you're trying to use at the beginning. Maybe he just said that in reference to the one in between like he could have been like refer when he said. Yeah but this other study. Maybe he was just referring. I'm giving him a little benefit of the doubt there. I don't know I didn't get that far in his book to read that because when you spend nine hours a day. Managing facebook support groups. You don't have time to read anything. People have no idea how much time I spend on facebook. It's a Lotta work here. Yeah Yeah I know. Just I've been consciously trying just like consume less information honestly because it's a labor of love. It's a passion. I love to help people. But here's the very strong sense you WANNA say. Did you have already answered fourteen questions about lemon so far today and if you were just search in the search parties in the word lemon you wouldn't have to ask me this question but I don't because that's not very nice because really it's like we get you anywhere between four hundred and nine hundred pastes a day and we approve all of them one by one you know. Each one is a person looking at that post and answering it and so out of all of those nine hundred posts over half of them are questions that we've answered a million times. It's just interesting. It's Kinda reminds me the other day somebody posted my facebook group. Somebody asked for like a question for recipes and then so I post it. I was like Oh you should definitely check out my book. What went wia new has fifty recipes whatever and then somebody commented they're like oh well let's all just self promote and I was like do you know who's this is a a paste my dinner every night and I usually eat something. That is a food with a sponsor of intermittent fasting stories in every now and then someone will be like a real allowed and like well. I spend hours a day managing this group and I feel like I could share her. I am allowed. Yes and if you would like to start a facebook group from zero and then mentioned what you're doing promoted like crazy right so yeah that's true. I'm not even trying to promote it. It's it's a resource like it answers. The question it's your book. You wrote a book. Well it answers. The question is the thing but I feel like you should feel free to promote your book all day long in your platform that facebook group is your platform and people forget that yes. We're a support group. Yes I spend nine hours a day answering your questions and so two the moderators and it's awesome. But it is still my platform that I created and curate and care very deeply about the members of I care very deeply that people get good advice and not like people get really upset will make clothes comments like someone will say you know can I have Xyz and will answer. We'LL SAY NO. That's not part of the clean fast and will close the comments and they get so irate because they wanted to hear from more people or something like well. You don't need to hear two hundred thousand answers. You just need what our group believes is the answer. Or here's another one. We actually sometimes decline posts. Because like let's say we've had five questions in a row about limited in my water. We might not posted and instead we send them a private answer and people really get upset about that. We had one the other day who sent another post complaining. She's like you would not allow me to post my question in the group so I searched in the group and found fourteen other posts. You had approved with the exact same question and I wanted to say congratulations. You've got your answer multiple ways. I don't know why you're upset. She wanted her question answered. She found the answer to our question. People are just interesting. They don't WanNa read that you've answered it for someone else. They want to hear you answer their question not just that they have the answer so we do our best group members said. Please don't ever take it personally. Like the one that we didn't put in the group we had just entered six of a very similar question and people who are members of the group. Don't WanNa see six similar questions one after the other. They just don't so we will decline. Somebody's posed with the privacy. Answer to them in what what's called a decline note so you're still getting your question. He answered just personally which actually is a very high level of service. If you think about it you're getting one on one support but people should get mad about it. They're like I wanted everyone to see my question. Okay okay. We're trying so hard. And that's what's also you have to laugh a little bit but we could not possibly be working any harder will the misconception that gets to me. Is that promoting idea? The reason I wrote book was to have it as a resource. I didn't create it to promote it. I created it so that I could provide it to people when they have these questions. That's a hundred percent true. When I wrote delayed on deny it was to support people? Who are asking those questions? That is really why I wrote it because I was had the support groups I and I'm like really to be something I can have them read. That has everything that is literally why I wrote the book so when someone's talking about weighing in having trouble with their way I can say go. Reread the Wayne Chapter. And it's not just because I want to sell you a book. It's because I have really good information in this way in chapter and I wrote it so you would read it and know it and I can't rewrite it every single day. Every time someone asks I wrote a book it's in the book anyway. We're trying to help people the best we can give them. The information and the information is in the resource. Yep now that was a tangent. I love my facebook support groups and I love the members said. I'm not complaining about them but I just want people to understand that. There's a lot of work that goes on. Behind the scenes we have sixty moderators in the big group. And they're literally working around the clock while I'm asleep through people in Australia. Who are moderating and nobody is like purposefully not answering your question or posting it. We're making sure to answer them in also curate times. The same question is asked so. Keep that in mind and so speaking of definitely joins us in those facebook groups. If you're not scared away now it's a wonderful place to be and it's really supportive. We troubleshoot with people. We help people. We cheer them on but I would love it. If people would use the search feature for simple questions like can I have lemon in my water? You will find the answer to that actually if you just look in the group photo. There's a graphic that shows what you can can't have. If you just looked at that man I would prefer to spend time answering the support questions like the kind. We answer on the PODCASTS. Where we're helping people talk through their issues. You get tired of saying sorry. Don't use lemon sorry. Don't do that but when it's all right there you want people to look for it. Yep Alright so. This has been absolutely wonderful so few things for listeners. Before we go the show notes for today's episode will be at eye of podcasts dot com slash episode one fifty. We put links to everything there. You can also go to Iowa podcast dot com slash stuff. We like for all of the stuff that we like. We are a Himalayan partnered. Show if you follow us in the Himalayan applegate early access to the podcast. Twenty four hours in advance definitely check that out could also follow us an instagram your. Ira podcast. I am Melanie Avalon. Jen is Jen Stevens. You can follow us on twitter. We are the POD. Although I don't really do anything with twitter's stops yes. This has been absolutely wonderful. Anything from Eugene before we go all right well. We'll talk to you next week..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Make one meal count rather than three plus a snack. I am currently about halfway through the episodes but I figured I would write in any way. Forgive me if these have already been answered but I had two main questions I have yet to hear discussed. The first is related to weighing in. I'm a numbers girl so I have always weighed myself every day or every a few days to stay on track. I sometimes get too focused on numbers and will make will weigh myself multiple times throughout the day. Just out of curiosity I have always always been told that the best time to weigh yourself is right in the morning however since my window is opened late at night I'm wondering if the number on the scale on the morning is truly indicative etc of my accurate weight. I noticed. I'm about two to three pounds heavier in the morning. Compared to right at the end of my fast. which number is more accurate? Should I be anyway myself at the end of my fast rather than in the morning any advisor inside on this would be lovely. This is a great question. It's funny because she talks about without like just enough. It's reflective of her quote true weight and it's it makes you think like what you know what is wait. Why would wait be true in another way not true true right yeah I that also stuck out to me? We assume that weight is only related to fat. And then it's like oh it's water weight too. That is like not. That's different rent. It doesn't even matter. It's like a anyway. I'm not driving to set her. I'm just like the whole concept just drives me crazy. I would suggest not weighing constantly all day. If you find weighing helpful for your sanity suggest not weighing it all but if you find it helpful for your sanity I would just wait the the same time of day like once rather than because otherwise you can get all in your head about everything. I Know Jenny do the. You're the once a week right. No uh-huh yeah thought you to the weekly average thing. Yeah Weekly. Averaging requires that you daily said that you can right true true. Sorry I would definitely say though pick like pick a time morning or evening evening and way at the same time because I think that would give you the best idea over time. Yeah I I agree with that and I used to do the same thing. I'll get on the scale a bunch of times and see what would happen during the day. It was always interesting and sometimes if I was fasting my weight would be lower in the towards the end of the fast but sometimes sometimes it would be higher. Because I'd been having a lot of beverages that day in the beverages. Wade ally or you really. You know it's a lot more useful to pick one time of the day. And that's when you want to weigh in if it's right before your window bins every day do that but for me it was easier you know I wasn't always at home right before my window open so the one time I was always home was first thing in the morning I would take off my clothes. Go to the bathroom. exhale get on the scale and that was the way I would record. I do believe in the power of daily weighing with weekly averaging or some sort of way to monitor your trend because of the weight fluctuates. And I don't think it's a a coincidence that the only time I ever stuck with intermittent fasting end didn't quit was once I started using daily way with weekly averaging so I would get on the scale every morning myself and then I would write that down in the next day same thing I would write that down and I have all of the weight records from back back then and my wife would go up and down up and down like one of those stock tickers where it's up and down and you see a jagged up and then a jagged down and it was it would look like I might be gaining wait for a few days and then it would go down so once a week and I cannot remember exactly what book gave me this idea in mind and the cap carbohydrate addict's Diet or maybe it was Dr Bart hearing it was one of those. I think that said once a week. Find your weekly average so you add up all the seven weights and divide by seven so every Friday I would find my weekly average in. I would compare it to the previous weekly average in. It didn't matter what my Friday wait was. The only thing that mattered was what was last week's weekly average judge. You have examples in both delayed. Don't deny and in the new book that's coming out where I would look at Friday to Friday and my Friday to Friday might actually actually beat up like if I only weighed on Fridays. I would've thought I had gained weight that week. But my weekly average was actually down. So you've got to have some way a of knowing what your overall trend is doing because that's all that matters. I actually interviewed. Russ Shanahan for intermittent fasting stories a while back and he is the creator of happy scale which is a fabulous APP it's only available for the irs ecosystem. But I'm sure there are things like that you can find for Android as well but it actually Salihi wait ecosystem. While I don't know you know what I mean the world I know I know I had never heard ecosystem applied to technology. That's funny I. Maybe I made it up. Maybe other people use it but you know what I meant met behind right it just reminds me of takeaway quote from this upcoming weeks. Thanks Melanie Avalon. biohacking podcast was you cannot micromanage ecosystem referring to the GUT microbiome. Okay moving on yeah. We also can't micromanage edgar manage the apple ecosystem because they do that for you know anyway. That was that they're very tightly. Controlled over there. But they also have fabulous quality. The APPS and I love rush Shanahan's APP and so the way happy scale works is it shows you your overall trend in it kind of gives you like a curve. That's that's happening and a color so like shades and under the curve and if it's green even if your weight is going up and down and you can't see the trend yourself if it's green and then mathematically you know you're trend is going down and if your overall trend is going up it'll show read on the curve so you can really keep track of if you're going in the right direction in your actual day to day measurements become meaningless. Because just like Melanie said we have no such thing as are true weight because the weight of your body at any given moment is a combination of everything. That's inside of you at that time. Yes it's fat. Yes it's muscle. Yes it's bone it's your hair your poop. It's your gut microbes. It's how much fluid your lymphatic system is retaining. He how much water's was in your bladder. It's so many things so or liquid. You know what I mean by that liquid in your bladder but it's not. Just here's your weight. Wait so there is no such thing as your true. Wait except that every time you get on the scale that is your true. Wait at that moment so true right right and it's going to vary. It's your weight according to gravity on Earth at that moment right exactly hi friends. We hope you're enjoying the show show. We also hope you had some fantastic holidays with some fantastic feasting and one of the things you love to feast on is meat and or seafood..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Get ready for the intermittent fasting podcasts friends so we already know the power of intermittent fasting if you'd like to try it for yourself you can go to K. energize dot com slash podcast that's k. e. n. e. R. G. I. Z. E. DOT COM forward slash podcast all one word and you'll automatically get twenty percents off me package using the coupon code podcast knx alright now enjoy the show hi everybody and welcome this is episode number one hundred and thirty a to the intermittent fasting podcast I'm Melanie Avalon marijn Stephen Hi everybody and how are.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"All one word and you'll automatically get twenty sent off any package using the coupon code podcast Knx all right now enjoy the show hi everybody welcome this is episode number one hundred and thirty one of the intermittent fasting podcast I'm melanie avalon and Amir region Stevens Hi everybody in tower you today Jen I am doing great how about you you I'm good anything new going on in your life I have a one of those hydrogen water bottle generator things charging it makes the hydrogen water people have asked about those I haven't been able to convince you now myself but that's really anything and of course my husband would be like I haven't actually done a lot of research on it but I keep hearing it plugged in passing on multiple like broadcasting I listened to and I I just keep hearing like the concept so I jumped in we'll see all right we'll keep us posted what are they saying that it's best to defer refresh our memories in place people have never heard of it then you would just be telling them for the first time but refresh my memory of what people claim that it's you do well I admittedly haven't done much research on the actual science of it so I not much help there but apparently we something about you know the hydrogen added to the water apparently has a lot of health benefits like for reducing inflammation and anti-aging effects six and increased energy so we shall see normally I do a lot more science on the mechanism of action before jumping in but I don't know I just felt like I kept hearing it plugged it was worth a shot right yeah and then somebody posted about it and the facebook group and really liked it and then I was reading the reviews on Amazon I was like I'm just GonNa jump in so we shall see I'll put a link to the one in the show notes that I ended up getting pretty excited and the best posted I will oh I did have a slight this morning I realized I throughout my toothbrush thinking add backups ready and I realize this morning I didn't so I had like a panic attack moments I I became really presentable and I brushed my mouth with a a new like a dish washing brush yeah that's interesting because that was the I was like what do I have that is like a brush allergist you've used my finger and just rubbed it all on rinsed off and I was gonNA use Q. Tips but I I just have an obsession with yeah I wouldn't use Q. Tips over it was a brand your kitchen brush so it wasn't like used it wasn't when he'd been scrubbing the dishes with no no no no yeah it was it was brand new but it felt like getting a car wash my mouth I'm trying to picture in the brush that I have for my kitchen is really big and I don't think it is no I know I could barely do my mouth but I did and it literally I just like the I watched like the Nassif brushes that's what it felt like well that's really funny that's what happens you just pulled out my finger and just rub it all on there and switched I've been like I get you later teeth no I was like I can't I was like this cannot happen so once we finish this podcast I'm going straight to the store and buying like ten toothbrushes ship so you'll never run out again so I will never says will not happen again yeah what's new with you well not much I've got busy October coming up so I've just been selling into the into the house and finally feel like this time we've got the other house officially on the market but on the market now for I guess a week so we've got an open house tomorrow Fingers Crossed Lots of showings my husband was there cutting the grass today and someone just happened to pull up in the driveway and he showed it to them thanks somebody from out of town they seem to really like it so finger cross everybody out there in podcast land send good vibes to us to sell the old house because we really want a nice family to end up there it's a in house it's quirky though you know people see the indoor pool I know I've talked about it on the podcast before and they think it's going to be like this crazy amount of maintenance but I'm GonNa tell you our new house has an outdoor pool and it has about fifty million times more maintenance to have an outdoor pool an indoor pool an indoor pool is about the easiest maintaining pool you can have every now and then a bug might get in there and you have to fish it out and you just throw in a salt system you throw in some salt in it like generates the chlorine from the arena keeps itself it's.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Use the blue willow and then I might want to use the fiesta ware and this one's going to look really good on white dishes and today they were using sterling flatware that I inherited and but tomorrow I mean that's the way I like to set a pretty table and you certain glass wear with certain plates and so so I'm definitely not a minimalist but I am also. Don't just keep stuff just to have it like I'm down to one crock pot. Finally a three that sort of thing that was actually the I think the biggest like life-changing takeaway I took from that book was is use the Nice stuff like we have this stuff that we're like Oh. This is special so I'm going to save it for special times and and then you stick it in a cupboard and use it once when you could be using it every day and feeling amazing yes so that was a really great takeaway was use the nice things so after that I started I had these special plates that made me super happy and we're really nice and glasses and now I use all of that instead of by cheap plates and things like that I use. I use this stuff that makes me happy so use the good stuff all right well. I wish you happy packing and talk to you next week. Thank you so much for listening to the intimate and fasting podcast. Please remember that everything discussed on the show is not medical advice. We're or not doctors you can also check out our other podcasts intermittent fasting stories and the Melanie Avalon biohacking podcast being music was composed imposed by Lee Linkov to you.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Not have a bed to sleep in we'll be watching TV and according the podcast exactly exactly exactly so what's up with the there's a lot of things my new shows going really well so I'm really excited and I did. I changed the name although the this will have happened a long time ago by the time this airs but now it's the Melanie Avalon biohacking podcast. I love that name change so much I mean now. It just seems obvious to me because I need something in the title so that people who aren't familiar will know what it's all about and that's really what it's all about so well you know when when it when it comes comes to you you're like Oh that's it yeah just how it works and it's perfect and you can't imagine that wasn't what it was all along Yep so I'm super happy be and then to start things off actually did want to address. You know how we had that conversation. I don't know few podcasts back about how how easily carbs are turned into fat right so we talked about it briefly like basically that there's not an efficient the transfer mechanism for carbohydrates to turn to fat so when you gain weight from carbohydrates it's more likely because carbohydrates are affecting in your insulin production or your fat storage and then you're actually gaining weight from the fat and we had that episode and that actually sparked a lot of conversation and my facebook group group which everybody should joined by the way it's really a one meal a day bio hackers at the moment that's the title pupil wanted more scientific information based based on that so I did a lot of research. I just wanted to provide some resources for people so if you go to the show notes for today's episode which will be at I f podcast dot COM.

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Body Composition, Body Types, Food Tasting Different From Fasting, Eating Just To Eat, Turning Your Passion Into A Career, And More!

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Body Composition, Body Types, Food Tasting Different From Fasting, Eating Just To Eat, Turning Your Passion Into A Career, And More!

"Wants to burn fat gain energy and enhance your help by changing your when you eat what you eat with no calorie counting than this show is spur you. I'm melanie avalon author of what when why lose weight and feel great failure style meals intermittent fasting and why and i'm here with my co host jim stevens author of delay. Don't deny living an intermittent fasting lifestyle for more on us us check out i f podcast dot com melanie avalon dot com jin's stevens dot com liza remember the thoughts and opinions on this podcast broadcasting do not constitute medical advice for treatment so for yourself a cup of black coffee mug of tea or even a glass of wine fine. If it's that time and get ready for the intermittent fasting todd hi friends have you experimented with low car or the kito diet and maybe had some energy or digestive issues to go along with that well the team at opt misers have got you covered one of their founders offers. Matt gallant has done kito for over twenty six years but he personally experienced some digestive issues and also found some of his clients didn't get that promised epic energy or experienced elevated triglycerides so matt and the team did a ton of research and real world testing into create the perfect combination of nutrients for optimizing fat digestion energy metabolism and fat loss enhancement an upgrade to the way your body and cells function on akito

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"I'm melanie avalon and i'm here with john stevens. Hi everybody and happy birthday they to you. Jen happy lately birthday thank you. I just hit the five hours so this is the first time people are hearing my actual fifty year old voice. How how does it feel feels exactly the same. How is your day celebration. It was so much fun we were at the beach with our friends kim and ryan they have been on intermittent fasting stories so people who listen to who kim and ryan smith are so they came down from maine and stayed with us at the beach for a few nights and so we spent my birthday on the beach having some beach cocktails some beach pacino cheese and it was a great day. I cook dinner in the condo window and it's just a perfect birthday that is perfect it really was it was yeah but you know we were at the beach and so we could have gone to eat anywhere and i was like i just i just want to cook now here. Yeah yeah i didn't wanna fool with the whole you know trying to find somewhere to go and figuring it all out and it was great now al also trying to pack up my whole house and i'm working on a super secret project that i can't talk about yet but so i'm working on that project and then in the meantime. I'm trying to pack my house up. We have a lot the stuff that has a lot on your plate. It is so much we're closing on the new house in a month. That is very exciting. It is very exciting. I'm super excited. We have so so much to do. Though i mean we have so much stuff and i've already gotten rid of a lot of stuff remember. I was just moving and i was like when you're moving. I'll understand everything that you're going through so i understand everything. I'm moving like one mile. One mile doesn't matter though he still got got a pack up everything. I still have the bag it up. That's right yep so what's up with the ear while he did have thought that i noted to talk about. I was listening to a podcast. Are you familiar with paul salvino. I am not he's like the new carnivore guy okay okay that would be why very well known in the carnival world. He's actually going to be on my new podcast which is exciting very cool but he had an episode with dr tom. How'd you last name <unk> destino ono talking about though right yes. I do know that night but i don't know how to say et militia many things we read but don't know how to say 'cause. We only see them well. I hear this day. I hear his name all the time but i've never said it until this moment dom indiana st no i'm gonna have to get him on my podcast and have him correct me but he actually address something that i remember. We had had a question about a while ago and i got so excited because he addressed it monroe. We have that question where somebody asks if you've done fasting in your or fat adapted and then you kind of stop. Is it easier for you to become fat adopted in the future. Do remember that i do. He was talking about the whole concept and he said that he thinks there is like instead of like a muscle memory metabolic memory and that basically yes once you've a big fat adopted or done some sort of protocol fasting or kito or whatever that makes you really good at burning fat and using it for fuel or key tones that going off bitcoin back to it but there is some sort of like metabolic memory there and that it is easier for people..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Welcome to episode one hundred and fifteen intermittent fasting podcast wants to burn fat gain energy energy is here how by changing the way you may not be what you eat we know calorie counting on this show is for you i'm melanie avalon author of what men want to lose weight and feel great alias style meals intermittent fasting why and i'm here with my co host jim season author of the way don't deny living in intermittent fasting lifestyle more on a checkout i f podcast dot com melanie avalon dot com pigeons stephen dot com major remember the thoughts and opinions on this podcast do not constitute medical treatment for you're going for a cup of black coffee mugs dean martin in a glass wind that time ready bashing dot com hi friends so we all know how important it is to support are good health but it can be pretty tricky waiting through all the probiotic waters they're just so many probiotic options out there and it can be really hard to know which one to choose an even if you're getting the real deal well there is one probiotic i can absolutely stand behind and that's p three o m it was developed developed might be amazing guys over at by optimizes they use a patented process to develop the specific strain of lactobacillus plantar out which can actually digest the protein coating of pathogens like used mold viruses and even parasites end it could also booth amino acids absorption freer guts muscles and even brain i recently had a flare up of g i distressed and guys p three o m saved me and what's even more exciting is by optimize hers is launching it completely new reformulated p three o m called p t o m two point oh end it is two times stronger than before i tried it in it is awesome helped my bloating my i bs and let's just say it's going to be a consistent in my tool box and of course we've got a discount for you guys just go by optimize there's dot com slash podcast and use the code i at podcast at checkout to save twenty percent when you set p three o m two bueno or any of their other products all right now enjoy the show hi everybody and welcome this is episode number one hundred and fifteen of intermittent fasting podcast i'm melanie avalon i'm here with jim stevens hi everybody harry today.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"So if you search under Melanie Avalon, it'll come up that might be easier for listeners to remember her faked. So hopefully, the centers can enjoy that he had been getting a lot of requests for the Android version. Right now, it is just iphone, but that will be in the future. So I have a lot of either ideas, I wanna do that as well. This was by first Apso. I'm like, I'm new to the app world, so baby steps. Yeah. Really happy. Congratulations on that's the fun moments cue have it out there Q and anything new with you. Well, just enjoying my life going to the beach next week. So getting ready for that. We we did just buy beach condo. So I guess that's exciting Novick deal. Very exciting. Yeah. It's been a long time in coming. We made an offer on it way back like six months ago because of complicated, but we needed to wait six months to close. And so we did. And it just felt like that. It was never gonna come. So we're heading off to the beach. And now that I'm retired. I didn't do my job anywhere. And so I'll be spending some time in this condo press to be rainy. So I'm crossing my fingers that when we go to be sunny seniors cross for you. Yeah. I'm really excited south of Myrtle. And I always went to the beach with my grandparents, and I I have a theory. I don't if it's true. It's just my we're not style GIC for our childhood. And so to me the beach that feels the most like home is the one that I went to when I was little so, you know, to me the law base out Carolina beaches that make sense is that true for you. Where did you go to the beach? I always went to the same beach from babyhood to now. So it hasn't changed. So if you think about going to the beach, that's where you wanna go, right? Oh, oh, yes. Definitely. And if you were going to buy beach property, it would be there. Right. Actually, it is so interesting that you say that when I first moved to LA because you know, LA is all about, you know, the beach, right? And I would go to the beach in. And it just felt so wrong to me because it was very weird because it would be totally forgot about this as a very late metaphysical moment because it will be going to this place that you have this idea.

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"I'm Melanie Avalon. And I'm here John Stevens I regarding. How are you today? Jin? I am doing great. How about you? Well, I do have an exciting update. I can't wait to hear it. So, you know, this, but I finally released my new app, which is super exciting. Oh, I did know it, and the reason I know it is because it was made by my favorite app developer in the world. That would be Jin sun. Yes. Cal Stevens app developer extraordinaire, so tell us all about it. Yes. So he did an amazing job. Basically it is. It's an app for. Vision of a food sensitivity guy that I have on my website. And basically that guide is a it's a guide to three hundred plus foods, and it lists not their specific levels. But their general levels of food compounds that a lot of people often react to so one that people are relief the million with it's like histamine. So, you know, if you have problems with like wine or -firmative foods or things like that, you might have problems with histamine that also has like oxalate so people who have kidney stone problems that's often. A problem has Nightshade which are things like tomatoes potatoes peppers and the other one's like AMI's glutamates. So listen, late, s- soul, fights and files. I think that's everything. But yes, basically you can search through and you could sell these foods and the ark is really beautiful. I had wonderful artist design all the pictures, and it shows like the general level. So it's more just to like help people if they think they're sensitive to a certain compound. Or believe they might be sort of, you know, navigate that world more easily, and you can make your own lists and things like that. And I'm really happy with it. And when it came out it was top ten for itunes apps in its category. So yeah. So if listeners would like to download it, I think it can really really help a lot of people especially because intermittent fasting makes you more in tune. I think with how your body reacts to certain foods. And so I think this can just really catalyzed that and help out that aspect as well. And if you do get it, I would love to hear your feedback about anything doesn't have every who'd on the planet, obviously. But it does have a ton. And it has the best like I did a ton of research, and creating it and cross referenced so many sources because a lot of these foods there's like differing opinions on the specific, you know, that these different compounds. So it's kind of hard to like for some of them to figure out exactly what it was. That's why it's more general and it shows like a you'll see when you get it like it shows like. A general bar. But yeah, I hope people really like it. And if you do like it, and you are able to write a nice review that would really really help. This would have been really helpful for us back in the day. Or is it was way before at suggested. But one of my sons, not Cal the other one will don't talk about as much because he's not in the app world intermittent fasting, but actually does kind of intermittent fasting. But he was very sensitive to solicit like it caused behavioral problems for him and say we had to avoid foods solicits. So I would've loved having an app like this back in the day. Yeah. So you can get it. Now, she like it's called food since. So I'll put a link to it in the show notes. I was able to find it. I just searched Melanie Avalon. Oh, it came up that way to. Yes. So because I've gotten used to looking up apps like when I want to see something eight tight Cal Stevens. And it brings me to all of the Azis ever made that are listed under his name..

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"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"melanie avalon" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"In than we do have one more new supporter that we're really really excited about. And I'll let Jen talk about that in the middle of the Bod. Cast hint it relates to Doksan's and being smelly and not being smelly. And so many things. All right. No enjoy the show. Hi, everybody. And welcome. This is episode number one hundred and one of the intimate and fasting podcast. I'm Melanie Avalon. And I am here with a very very special guest. Today. We have Dr Sarah Godfried on the podcast. She is an MD. She's a graduate from Harvard. She's a three time New York Times bestselling author of the hormone cure, the hormone reset diet and also younger, and she has a fantastic new book that just came out in March, and it is called brain body diet, forty days to a lean calm, energize and happy self and friends, you're going to love this book. It is so amazing. Ng so wonderful. It really gets into the nitty gritty of hormones, and the I mean by the title, you could tell the connection between our bodies and how that affects our brains, and it also gets into intermittent fasting a little bit. So it really just covers everything that so many of our listeners are really really passionate about. So thank you so much Dr Gottfried for being here with us. I'm thrilled to be here. So I guess there's so much that I would love to cover, but I guess just to start off with you like to tell listeners a little bit about why you personally came to right brain body diet, y'all the way that I came to write about it was that I've been gonna colleges for twenty five years..

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