Intermittent Fasting Journal #39

Intermittent Fasting Journal #39


In this “special” Broadcast, Donna Reish, blogger, author of 100 curriculum books for preschool through twelfth graders, seeker of health and fitness, and Intermittent Fasting teacher, combines two of her “Fast Shot” videos into one broadcast during the holidays when she wasn’t recording as much. The first half of this episode is Donna describing when and how someone might want to count calories while Intermittent Fasting. Calorie counting might work well for someone who has eaten very calorie dense through low carb/high fat prior to IF. It might help someone who eats too much processed food. It might help someone who is down to their last 20-30 pounds. Donna also explains how to figure your TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure). In the second half, Donna teaches viewers about Calorie Cycling. She explains why it is superior to calorie counting, how many Intermittent Fasters do this naturally in planning for bigger meals and festivities, and how calorie cycling can help us eat more nutrient dense foods. This week’s broadcast is sponsored by Plexus supplements. Donna is offering a private FB group centered around weight management coaching and teaching for all of her wholesalers and customers in the coming year! (more…)

Fast Shot: Calorie Cycling With Intermittent Fasting

Welcome to my first FAST SHOT! I appreciate all of your support and encouragement for my weekly broadcast–Donna’s IF Journal (videos at Youtube, podcast on iTunes, and blog post/video/outline at the blog).
And I am definitely continuing that….teachers must teach! I love teaching long, in-depth lessons about IF and all things pertaining to it! So join my FB group or subscribe to the blog, my Youtube channel, or podcast site to get those full-length ones each week!
However, I am starting something new a couple of times a week in Donna’s Intermittent Fasting Group (and will eventually get these up at my Youtube channel and the DonnaReish blog!).
Today’s FAST Shot topic is Calorie Cycling—you can follow the abridged outline below if you would like!


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