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8 Benefits Of Intermittent Fasting For Women

May 13, 2022
8 Benefits Of Intermittent Fasting For Women - Michelle Pfile

Intermittent Fasting. The buzz word of 2022, am I right?

I even joke that I was intermittent fasting before intermittent fasting was even cool since I am now over 3 years into my journey. 


So what is IF?

Intermittent fasting (IF) describes a pattern of eating that cycles between periods of fasting and normal eating.

The most common methods include fasting on alternate days, daily 16-hour fasts or fasting for 24 hours, two days a week.

Intermittent fasting does not involve tracking calories or macronutrients.

In fact, there are no requirements about what foods to eat or avoid, making it a lifestyle not a diet.

Many people use intermittent fasting to lose weight as it is a simple, convenient and effective way to eat less and reduce body fat.


When I tell you that everything changed when I incorporated IF into my life, I am not exaggerating. It truly has become a lifestyle for me. A lifestyle that has changed my entire life.  

So what's all the fuss about? Keep reading to learn the 8 benefits of intermittent fasting for women.

  1. Increases cellular turnover and repair 
  2. Improves sleep and mental clarity
  3. Reduces bloating and inflammation in the body
  4. Can reduce insulin resistance and sensitivity 
  5. Improves appetite control
  6. Accelerates fat burning and weight loss
  7. Reduces sugar cravings 
  8. Controlled freedom

Sounds pretty great huh? If you found this post in an effort to figure out how to get started with IF, you're in luck! I have just released my Fasting For Beginners Blueprint Guide as a stand alone downloadable guide for the FIRST TIME EVER. This guide has always been tied to my online program but now you can get your hand on it and get started with fasting today. 

You can grab it here!

- Michelle


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