:00 Which kind of nutrients do you want while fasting?
:10 Prolonged fasting
:20 Dietary deficiency
1:17 Is that this still fasting?
1:40 Fasting benefits
2:15 Nutrients for fasting
4:10 Two nutrients its not necessary for a quick
4:55 Herbs for fasting
Today we’re going to speak about what nutrients you need to take when you are performing a quick. When you are doing intermittent fasting, this really is less important. But, whenever you do prolonged fasting (48-72+ hrs), this becomes essential. Many people entering an extended fast happen to be deficient in a minumum of one nutrient. A quick may then embellish this deficiency.
A dietary deficiency could create signs and symptoms for example:
• Feeling faint
• Feeling tired
• A rash
• Muscle cramps
• Feeling cold
Taking nutrients or herbs is the opposite of the real meaning of fasting, that is consuming only water, eating nothing, and never taking any nutrients or herbs. But, there aren’t enough calories involved with taking nutrients or herbs to bump an individual from ketosis or affect the advantages of fasting.
Taking nutrients might not only assist in preventing a nutrient deficiency, but it assists to enhance an individual’s antioxidant network.
Key nutrients for fasting:
1. Electrolytes (potassium, magnesium, sodium, and chloride)
2. Vitamin b (dietary yeast)
3. Minerals (zinc, selenium, and iodine)
4. Vitamin D (sun, cod liver fish oil
5. Vitamin C
2 nutrients you most likely do not need for a quick:
Herbs for fasting:
• Eco-friendly tea
• Garlic clove
• Wheatgrass juice powder
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Thank you for watching! Consider taking these key nutrients and herbs for fasting.