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Dr. Stephen Cabral
Intermittent Fasting
This Intermittent Fasting podcast by Dr. Stephen Cabral, Doctor of Naturopathy, goes in-depth on whom intermittent fasting (IF) is right for and whom it may harm. Plus, Dr. Cabral breaks down the nuances of what time your intermittent fast should start and end each day depending on your health, anti-aging, or weight loss goals.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 230 ratings
Best yet
I’ve been listening to this podcast for several months now and always look forward to it. The episodes are short and packed with info and real research, not just opinion. S.C. Shares his own extensive experience but includes the science and the exceptions, always acknowledging that we each have...Read full review »
ahduoeb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/23
What waffle!!!
This bloke loves his voice. Dreadful podcast
rjo7671 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/05/23
Nothing new here…
Don’t waste your time on this podcast. No new insights and a lot of anecdotal opinions on fasting! Try Dr Jason Fung or Dr Gundrys podcast instead.
kmtz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/29/23
Recent Episodes
Published 02/28/24
They say you should starve a fever and feed a cold, but is that really true?   The truth is, it really depends on what your body is telling you in that moment (you never want to force yourself to eat), but there are certain foods that you can do to help you recuperate when you feel a cold or...
Published 02/28/24
Not everyone is a believer yet in incorporating intermittent fasting into their daily routine-   Some say they have tried it and had little to no success…   But I believe that the majority of people who it’s not working for may not be doing it right, which either does not provide them with...
Published 02/21/24
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