Class #221 – Day Fast and Feast

By : | 6 Comments October 16, 2018 | Category : Fasting Foundations, Premium Classes

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  1. posted by Stephanie Hoffpauir on December 28, 2018


    Was there a difference in how the fast felt from when you started to now? Hunger pangs, etc.

    • posted by Julie Marie on January 2, 2019

      Yes, a big difference. After I practiced a while my hunger signals (hormone called Ghrelin) lined up with my consistant feast time. Just like it does when people eat at specific times of the day. If a person eats lunch at noon every day they will feel hunger signals at that time everyday brought on by the hunger hormone called Ghrelin. When we change eating times it will adjust. Until it adjusted I learned to appreciate hunger signals knowing the benifits of fasting were healing my mind, body and spirit.

  2. posted by Stephanie Hoffpauir on December 28, 2018


    What is the app you use to track your fasting?

    • posted by Julie Marie on January 2, 2019

      Since it is winter I eat at sundown. There are many free apps to track when you broke your fast. After a few weeks of a consistant fast and feast time your body will signal with the hunger hormone Ghrelin when it is time to eat.

  3. posted by Mary Heyn on October 24, 2018

    This all makes absolute sense to me and I want to get on board totally, physically and mentally with a protective diet. Thank you Julie Marie and Jerry for another epic and informative sharing from a very real and honest place. thank you and thank you. I need to make a very intrinsic change and find my why. I have been struggling for a time now but will not give up.

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 24, 2018

      Mary, Thank you for your feed back. It means a lot to know I am reaching you and that you will not give up. Where there is a will there is a way. Let me know how I can get you on your way. Stay excited and expect the results you would like to experience.

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