Day Fast & Feast Guide

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Experienced Benefits:


Guide for Maximum Results Day Fasting and Feasting


Understand the science, precautions and daily application with these lessons:
Class #219 – Day Fasting on a Plant Based Diet Day Fasting saved my life post opioid dependency Continue Reading
Class #220 – Day Fast & Feast Guide Tips and tricks, what and when I eat and drink for maximum results Continue Reading
Class #221 – Day Fast and Feast The science of anti-aging: combating oxidative stress & promoting atrophy Continue Reading
Class #233 – Biology of Burning Body Fat Ketogenic diet vs. PD Fast & Feast. One year results Continue Reading
Class #237 – What I Eat In A Day Spring 2019 Day Fasting makes PD easier to manage. Food is no longer an emergency. Continue Reading

Guidance Rules:


Apply these rules for a rewarding and sustainable Day Fast and PD Feast Practice
Each guidance rule is explained with examples in PD-Ed Lesson #220 – Day Fast & Feast Guide

#1: Practice a Full Time Protective Diet for Optimal Health
A full time commitment will make your practice sustainable and easy, eliminating food cravings and physical food addiction
Supportive PD-Ed Lessons:

Class #187 – The PD Groove Enjoying the process and maintaining the PD Advantage Continue Reading
Class #181 – Keep It Out & Keep It Off Stress-free optimal health maintenance with a sustainable practice. Continue Reading
Class #82 – Mastering Label Reading Learn to identify additives confidently and independently Continue Reading

#2: Stock Your Pantry and Set Up Your Workplace For Wellness
Supportive PD-Ed Lessons:
Class #96 – Kitchen Set-Up for Efficiency Organizing your space to make meal preparation and kitchen management a simple pleasure Continue Reading
Class #32 – Stocking Your Kitchen For Efficiency and Savings Part 1 – Pantry Staples Stocking Dry goods monthly to save money, time and effort during the week Continue Reading


#3: Do not eat anything until you are ready to break your fast and are sitting down to a plated meal
Supportive PD-Ed Lessons:
Class # 207 – The Need To Feed Psychological habits vs. physical addiction - Stop The Snacks Challenge guidance Continue Reading
Class #200 – Stop The Snacks Challenge Getting started with Mindful Eating Continue Reading


#4: Complete all important work before eating and plan to retire for the day after feasting


#5: Do not batch cook full meals ahead of time
Supportive PD-Ed Lesson:

Class #183 – Batch Cooking Can Stall Weight Loss Idle time and ready made meals can reduce satiation, numbing your body's natural calorie tracker sabotaging your ability to practice… Continue Reading

#6: SUS Set Up For Success
Supportive PD-Ed Lesson:
118 Screenshot final Class #118 – SUS – Set-Up For Success Making meal prep easy, stress-free & delicious Continue Reading


#7: Get out of the kitchen


#8: Improve food quality and variety enjoying multiple protective items per meal
Supportive PD-Ed Lessons:


#9: Feast at the end of your productive day


#10: Eat protective fruit with or to finish your feast


#11: Take B-12 with your meal


#12: Understand the science and benefits of fasting
Supportive PD-Ed Lessons:

Class #219 – Day Fasting on a Plant Based Diet Day Fasting saved my life post opioid dependency Continue Reading
Class #220 – Day Fast & Feast Guide Tips and tricks, what and when I eat and drink for maximum results Continue Reading
Class #221 – Day Fast and Feast The science of anti-aging: combating oxidative stress & promoting atrophy Continue Reading
Class #233 – Biology of Burning Body Fat Ketogenic diet vs. PD Fast & Feast. One year results Continue Reading
Class #237 – What I Eat In A Day Spring 2019 Day Fasting makes PD easier to manage. Food is no longer an emergency. Continue Reading

#13: Know your personal “why,” write it down and set goals
Supportive PD-Ed Lesson:
Class #156 – Calendar of Achievements Taking daily action, tracking your progress and celebrating your achievements Continue Reading


#14: Do not tell people you are fasting until you’ve personally mastered it
You do not need the stress of defending a practice you have not yet fully experienced
Supportive PD-Ed Lesson:
Class #64 – Secure Your Own Mask First Walk the walk and they will follow your undeniable health success Continue Reading


#15: Soothe yourself with warm or iced protective beverages
(do not use sweeteners)
Hot water with or without a small squeeze of lemon or piece of ginger
Japanese green tea, Gyokuro or Sencha
Black English breakfast tea
Flower Water (do not exceed one quart per day)
Chai, no latte
Tuber Tonic, no latte
Mineral water


#16: Tighten Up Your Eating Window for Maximum Results


#17: Be flexible on special occasions and take notes on how you felt in your Calendar of Achievements
Ghrelin (hunger hormone) production will decrease during the day with a consistent daily feast time


#18: Appreciate both physical and psychological feelings
Address them appropriately instead of turning to food
Supportive Pd-Ed Lesson:

Class # 207 – The Need To Feed Psychological habits vs. physical addiction - Stop The Snacks Challenge guidance Continue Reading

#19: Always Do What Feels Good
When we are doing what is beneficial for our body, it will feel good


#20: Warning
If you are on medication and your physical health is not optimal, consult with your prescribing physician
Do not submit to obesity or disease. Be the boss of your body and take daily action to eliminate it with my #1 Rule: Practice a Full Time Protective Diet for optimal health.
This practice will allow a fasting routine to be risk free, sustainable and rewarding.


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