The Power of Prolonged Fasting

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If you ask the average person whether they could go 21 days without food, it is almost guaranteed that they will respond with something along the lines of absolutely not.

However, more and more research is being published that supports prolonged fasting as a treatment for individuals with obesity and inflammatory conditions.

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Nutritionist turned health writer, working freelance from Orange County, California.

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Emilina Lomas

Emilina Lomas

Nutritionist turned health writer, working freelance from Orange County, California.

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