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Megan J. Ramos on How Fasting Can Help To Fight Diabetes

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Hey guys,

This is the 3rd episode where we explore the topic of Intermittent Fasting. 

While in episodes 007 and 009 we talked about all the fundamentals and main things that you need to know when starting to fast intermittently, in episode 010, we answer deeper, more specific questions, that will really deepen your knowledge on Intermittent Fasting.

My guest today is Megan J. Ramos, who is a clinical researcher and kidney specialist, who together with her colleague and renowned kidney and diabetes specialist, Dr. Jason Fung, help people to fight diabetes and prolong their health-span.  

What’s in this episode?

It’s a great episode with lots of practical info on Intermittent Fasting and I hope you get lots of value from it! 

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“The power of when you eat, what we observed in our clinic, is stronger than what you eat.”

Megan J. Ramos

Key Takeaways

  • Even for healthy people, doing a periodic 24h fast is very beneficial
  • There is absolutely no age restriction on fasting
  • Sticking to your eating windows will have tremendous effects on your weight and metabolism


Note: some of the resources below may be affiliate links, meaning we get paid a super small affiliate fee (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.

  1. Intensive Dietary Management Program 
  2. The Obesity Code Podcast
  3. Blog and Podcast Skinny Confidential 
  4. Book by Gary Taubes – Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health

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