Episode #107 – Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Microbiome

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, Episode #107 – Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Microbiome

, Episode #107 – Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Microbiome In This Episode:

  • Take the guesswork out of boosting the bacteria and microbes that ward off disease (Did you know they do 80% of that work?!)
  • How the timing of your meals and snacks eases stress on your gut and adds more bounce to its lining
  • Get in some downtime! How can our bodies go through a natural healing and repair process when we feed our bodies around the clock?
  • Discover the ecosystem of the microbiome and how your eating habits help you navigate toward better-balanced health
  • Hear Dr. Jockers’ how-to guide to grow strength, endurance, and a more resilient gut lining

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Intermittent fasting, otherwise known as time-restricted feeding, plays a GIGANTIC role in stimulating the body’s natural healing and recovery. It works proactively in maintaining a healthy microbiome by ensuring most of our energy is spent in the healing and rebuilding of worn-out and damaged cells. Dr. Jockers narrates how time-restricted feeding resolves major issues in our microbiomes and digestive systems. He also shares the steps you can follow to make sure you are implementing time-restricted feeding correctly.

“There’s a lot of structural mechanical processes happening in our gut when we eat which expose the intestinal lining to wear and tear.”

-Dr. David Jockers

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