Eating less is more

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On May 5, 2022
Why eating Less is More

Why eating less is more.

Many of us are experimenting with intermittent fasting and feeling better.

There is a strong correlation of eating a whole food plantbased diet no oils and craving less food.

So when you put intermittent fasting together with a whole food plantbased diet no oils, we are double dipping into the health benefits of eating less.

It’s rather easy to do an intermittent fast on a whole food plantbased diet and let me tell you why.

When you go longer than 4-5 hours without eating and push it back to 12-18 hours for example, your body takes a rest from metabolizing. Research shows intermittent fasting offers a variety of health benefits.

As a plantbased eater, when it is your feeding time it is a highly nutritional choice.

When we eat fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, herbs, nuts, seeds, spices, sweets, to feed our bodies when we are hungry our healthspan increases.

It’s a win win!

As we practice intermittent fasting we learn to be more in touch with our hunger cues.

Add moderate exercise with intermittent fasting and a plantbased diet to create a healthier lifestyle.

Intermittent fasting is not for everyone and one should not feel they have to participate.

In fact if you have a binging disorder I do not recommend intermittent fasting.

Click this link to take a peek at my plantbased shopping list.

If you need support with either intermittent fasting and or transitioning to a plantbased diet schedule a complimentary consultation.

With love,
Sheri ❤️

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