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with yourself more with healthy life style busy makes you feel good. A psychological factor that should not be underestimated Barbara Becker in conversation with him Health magazine “Apotheken Umschau”: “You get out of the role of victim and learn to take care of yourself.”
Faking a lack of nutrition in the body.
According to Becker, the so-called “false fast” can contribute to a healthy and relaxed relationship with food. East fasting model describes the 55-year-old, who has worked as a model, designer and actress, in her current book “Only Five Days” (‘only five days’). The concept of simulated fasting was developed by the American gerontology-Professor Valter Longo develops and proposes that you trick your body into not eating, even if you eat something.
for this cheated To be successful, certain criteria must be met. “Food should be low in calories, protein and carbohydrates”says Barbara Becker. “The cell doesn’t recognize this particular composition as food, and the body goes into fasting mode.”
Initial adjuvant for a balanced diet
The false fast is based on different meals and many recipes – not just soups and teas. “The positive effects, for example that blood sugar and blood pressure okay, you still have. It’s less about losing weight and more about finding a new, healthier relationship with food.”Becker explains. in a way one good start to a balanced diet.
Becker complains that, for many people, food still comes with uncomfortable feelings connected – for example with shame, because one fails to lose weight. Or the idea of ”sinning” just because we are something taste let. “Some have a real love-hate relationship with food, but we’re all in the same boat and want the same thing: a healthy, unfettered relationship with food and nutrition.”says Barbara Becker.
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