October 19

Intermittent Fasting and the Aging Woman | How To Turn Your Body Into A Fat Burning Machine

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Intermittent Fasting and the Aging Woman | How To Turn Your Body Into A Fat Burning Machine

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INTERMITTENT FASTING and the Aging Woman

Are you a women who is between the ages of 40 and 55+ who is has struggled with the HIGHS and LOWS of dieting? Have you reached a point in your life where you feel like no matter what you try the weight is not coming off and you just aren’t feeling like yourself anymore? Are you feeling like this is as good as it is going to get for you?

Reality Check Time:

√ As a 50 year old mother of two young kids (16 and 10) I don't have time to feel, look or act old. Whatever old is these days. I just don't have time for it.

√My body started falling apart on me.

•sudden weight gain
•hormonal body fat
•mood swings
•insomnia
•foggy brain
•you name it…. you are probably dealing with it right now.

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The Tried and True DIETS that I had been following in my youth no longer worked for me. I couldn't just CUT CALORIES and CLEAN UP MY NUTRITION and have things magically fall back into place.

The real clincher for me was when I was diagnosed as a PRE-DIABETIC and I started showing all the symptoms of a FAILING THYROID. Add in sudden food intolerances, and before you know it, as much as you are trying to fight it, you are feeling, looking and acting old. Despite your best efforts.

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In 2015, I started researching Intermittent Fasting but I just couldn't connect to all the 20 and 30 somethings that were in Social Media showcasing their version of Intermittent Fasting. Starving all day and partying all night, just wasn't my thing anymore, maybe 30 years ago.

But I was very interested in the idea of Intermittent Fasting because of how this younger generation was benefiting from that concept of FASTING. I mean FASTING has been around for years and years.

So I stayed off Social Media and turned to medical books and published research on Intermittent Fasting. Much to my surprise there were so many health and Anti-Aging benefits to Intermittent Fasting that I never knew about.

In 2016, I made a promise to myself.
That promise was to use my time and energy to educate myself about the aging process and healthy ways to deal with it. Instead of spending money on co-pays and prescriptions I bought books. Instead of spending hours in doctor's offices I decided to research, educate and implement.

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  • New to IF, but researched it heavily before transitioning. Sincere thanks to you Dy Ann for focusing on our age group and addressing our very specific needs to be successful with IF. Can you provide a source to explore the recommended average range for macros for us in IF? I know there are a lot of variables to consider. Thanks in advance!

    • Monique Spence I personally don’t track my macros. I just eat good quality food. There are a lot of variables when counting macros. My advice would be to google it then experiment with your body.

  • I absolutely love intermittent fasting, this is something I did in my 20s and 30s, I am now 51 and I’m back to doing it and I have to say that I’m falling in love with it all over again. I will definitely be following your channel for Info to help me on my journey. Thank you so much for sharing the love 😊

  • New subscriber here! I learned to use IF from some male doctors on youtube, and it has transformed my menopause experience. But you bring something more than the basic “how-to” of IF to the information table: 1) you are a woman, 2)you cover so many more angles to the subject, 3)you are excited and inspiring! Thanks so much for what you are doing!

  • I have just started doing intermittent fasting last couple of weeks an like you change it up a little from 17/7 to 22/2 I’m loving it feel so full of energy & loving not have to keep thinking about food an then really enjoy my feeding window an I agree you definitely feel you need to eat good! 😜 I even made fudge brownies with avocado coconut flower banana coco powder eggs maple syrup & vanilla extract!! Was Devine 😋 How good is that👍

    • One more question…. I can’t exercise until the afternoon, usually by the time I can go to exercise, I have had my lunch (break fast). How does this work into the idea of working out in fasting mode when you exercise?

    • You really need to play around with your feasting and fasting windows to see what works best for you.

    • people have said on other channels to eat (your eating window) after the work out as you will become hungry especially if doing some activiites like swimming etc —if you do your eating window before the work out these people said they wanted to eat again after the work out or later that night so try that…..

  • I love your approach to IF. I’ve been doing 16/8 on and off for years and now I’m working in a few days of 20/4 each week. Weekends I tend not to fast per se but make good food choices and end up doing at least 14 hours fasting just naturally.

  • I love it, I am better able to control my weight I turn 45 this year and it has certainly helps me a great deal I love it. Just found your site and I am particularly glad to see someone dealing with my age range in terms of intermittent fasting. Because we have hormones to deal with and its a different ball game after 40.

  • I’m almost 60 with fantastic energy and a lean body because of intermittent fasting, very low carb, high good fats along wth intermittent sprinting a short time 4 days a week and lots of walking. This has changed my life. I feel great about aging. This way of living is also a super mood elevator. Try it and you will understand

    • Denise, that is wonderful to hear! What do you mean by “intermittent sprinting a short time 4 days a week”? Thank you! -Becky

    • JoAnne Denison, wow, all you said us true but carbs like Quinoa Amaranth etc are extremely healthy and tastes great. One can make bread out of them. Berries are nutritional with low carbs. No dairy, wheat in any form and sugar, both for good health and anti aging.

    • Hello!
      You are saying it! Low carbs and a lot of moving, right.
      Still i think, it is the amount of calories, that decides about the burning of bodytissue!

    • JoAnne Denison You say no fruits yet in the vlog we are told that fruit is good. Is this a personal choice based on your experience or research ? I am new to this regime so trying to learn what I should or shouldn’t eat ? Xx

  • Hi Ann! Thank you so much for this valuable information!!! Is it ok to take supplements during my fast? I take multivitamin (whole food), Bs, D, Iron (prescribed by doctor), black seed oil, biotin. Please forgive me if this has already been addressed and I missed it. Thanks 🙂

  • Love what you’re saying about being choosy about what we eat when doing IF. I just started OMAD (One Meal A Day), and am having great success losing weight, while still getting to feel full at that very nutritious meal. Frees up a lot more time during the day, too! 🙂 I do make sure I get my full quota of calories for the week, and have a junk food day on Saturday, to help me stay on track.

  • So glad I found this vid! I have been doing IF for 4 months and lost 57 pounds! I have now hit a plateau and came here looking for ideas to kick start the weight loss again. I learned some important things about IF and nutrition here! Thank you so much!

  • I’m so grateful YouTube suggested this video, I instantly subscribed! So much useful information! I just turned 40 and I’ve been doing IF (18:6) intuitively for the past 6 months and I’ve been seeing all the benefits! Thank you thank you thank you Dy Ann!

  • Dy Ann, love this video–I also have severe/intense negative reactions after eating coconut oil (straight up); you mention you can’t tolerate it anymore either….can you please tell me what this intolerance to it is about?? It’s not an allergy for me, it’s severe nausea/headache/anxiety/diziness. Thoughts? What is your experience??

  • This is awesome and you’re so on target!! I’ve turned my whole life around with LCHF and IF. Seriously. Lost 24 lbs now, and the rest will melt off over the next few months. Back to weightlifting after years struggling with post Lyme arthritis, slinging free weights again. Great to hear about it tailored TO women, BY a woman. Menopause symptoms? What menopause symptoms???

  • Very, very helpful! Thank you for your insight. Also was sick and because of it I fast 5 days 1st week. Four days the 2nd week and then another 4 days in the latter part of the 3rd week. Felt amazing and spiritually speaking it was outstanding. I learned so much about my body.

  • Hi Ms Parham, my wife and myself have been TWOmad for going on 5 weeks with Keto/lchf eating. We are amazed as to the ease of it. My bellybutton circumference divided by height index has decreased .01 a week. When does autophagy begin, peak and go down. I have one source that says begins at 13 hours, peaks at 16. Fran

  • This video is nicely done and I’m grateful to have come across it. You present yourself and your topic well. I took notes for guiding principles for my shakes, and looking forward to beginning, to see if it will be the key to breaking into a vicious health circle. Hopeful. Thank you!

  • I’ve been doing intermittent fasting for months. I did weigh 146 lbs. Ugh!! I was miserable! I’m only 5’1″ & very petite. I also started working out at home. I weigh 102 lbs. now. YAY!!! I am sooo happy!! Drink lots of water too. I drink my own made cucumber, lemon, & sometimes mango frozen fruit in water. It’s a “detox” Water. If you get tired of plain water. Thanks for your video! 🙏💕

    • JJ L Awesome on your weight loss!!!!
      How much time it took you to loose the Weight?
      Am 45 years old and struggling to loose 15 pounds….I am at 149 pounds right now.
      I will appreciate your reply and any helpful information/advice.
      I want to try Intermittent Fasting….not sure which one is the best for me to see real fat loss.
      Hope to hear from you!

  • This helps . Especially reminding myself to take advantage of the fat burning period instead of interrupting the progress I made in the fasted state.

  • Thank you for your video. I’ve been intermittent fasting for 4 years now and I love it, but I’ve just recently started working out, every one’s says is recommended to work out while still fasting, and I love it I get more energy and feel great! But I’m 5’9 and weight 120pounds I don’t have a lot of breast, I’m building muscle quickly, but as I know that the body uses fat for energy, I’m afraid my breast will disappear eventually if I keep it up. I love working out while fasting but I don’t want to lose breast size, what do you recommend?

  • I’m 61 with arthritis in my right hip. Started IF (18/6) 3 dàys àgo. Feeling great and pain is greatly diminished. Loving it.

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