Health Nutrition

The Secret of Maintaining a Slim Figure

I think in the US we’re led to believe that some women across the world naturally stay slim and it’s genetic. Unfortunately, to those of us born in the states, our genes must have mutated and now we all carry the fat gene. Can that really be true, even if our ancestors hailed from these magical lands of effortlessly slim people?

Of course it’s not true.

No one’s genes mutated. What changed are our daily habits and what’s considered normal here in the states versus abroad.

1) Walking- people in places who walk more stay healthier

2) fruits/vegetables/meat/fish – yes people in France and Italy love bread and desserts but it’s quality over quantity.

I read “French Women Don’t Get Fat” in college and it really changed the way I view food. It’s not our enemy but our life long love affair. We must eat to survive and we can choose to love the food we make.

3) We don’t eat enough soup- many cultures value eating soup for a meal or for a weekend to slim down after a particularly voracious week of eating.

4) Less soda, beer, and empty calories

5) Movement beyond Walking- walking is a part of daily life to get from point A to point B. On Google maps, you can choose a car, bus, or walk! That’s right, even Google maps considers walking a mode of transportation.

Therefore to maintain an ideal shape you must walk and put in some effort a couple of days a week with either light resistance weights, yoga, pilates, etc….

That’s it, it’s not a big secret. Unfortunately, we don’t want to give up our bad habits and we would rather take a short cut. Short cuts don’t last and on and on yo yo dieting goes.

The fitness industry has to be a 10 billion dollar industry these days, maybe more ?

If it worked so well then why are there new methods every day? Doesn’t make sense to me.

Fitness Health Mindset Personal Growth

Consistency: Why I love and loathe consistency

There are so many things that I love to be consistent…my morning coffee, my work schedule, my employees always showing up on time, my fiance making me quinoa or rice for dinner.

I don’t want to sound hypocritical right off the bat so let me say that I am very consistent at certain things like work. I rarely take a sick day, I keep to my hours and try to be the best leader.

However, there are dream projects that I’ve started and stopped over the years, like this blog and of course it’s gone nowhere. Am I surprised? Of course not but do I know where other people who started around the same time as me have taken theirs, yes I am painfully aware.

It’s not even the satisfaction of success, I feel satisfied in other areas and this didn’t need to be one of them. I’m not trying to escape my practice, I love it. But I do love the idea of consistently putting forth an effort on a hobby that I believe benefits others.

I was reading something my uncle, Sam Crowley at posted and he said that John Lee Dumas did a podcast every day for 10-15 years and now he’s selling it for probably around 10 million dollars.

Of course it naturally evolved as things do, and he had paid guests to come on his show to pitch their ideas. He also has a website and sells courses.

But it really got me thinking what is the version of me doing that continued her blog 10 years ago and did it every day?

Of course, what is the version of me like who has stuck to everything that I said I’d do or never do again?

I think that version of me would be insanely fit and healthy, happy, joyful and grateful that I stuck to my commitments to myself.

I don’t know if I’m lying to myself to say I’m going to do better but I think I’ll try to keep my integrity to myself and give a little more effort.


Top Ten Ways to Maintain Immune System

Greece- soaking up vitamin D, de-stressing, walking on the beach

People often ask me how I remain so healthy during cold and flu season when I see so many sick people.

The first reason is that I see so many sick people so I have built up a natural immunity. You know that thing they tried to convince us doesn’t work but now say does work.

Overtime I’ve built up a great immune system but the key is to maintain it and support it.

Top 10 Best Ways to support my immune system:

1) get adjusted using upper Cervical chiropractic technique- Atlas orthogonal

2) eating fresh organic fruits and vegetables from local farms

3) eat local honey because it has the pollen from local trees, flowers, etc… That are present during allergy season

4) don’t overuse anti biotic sprays, cleaning products, wipes, hand sanitizer. I use it when appropriate not to wipe up every little thing.

5) use Thieves cleaning products or other products that use clove, cinnamon, lemon, orange essential oils that have natural antibacterial, antiviral properties.

6) Reduce stress whenever possible. Stress will weaken the neuroimmune system and you are likely to get sick.

7) Exercise using low impact activities like swimming, walking, jogging, etc… 3 times a week. Exercise is a stress but it can be beneficial to stress your body in a healthy way a few times a week.

8) Get outside for sunshine 10 minutes a day. If you live in a cold climate you need to get outside at least 10 minutes a day to stimulate the hormone vitamin D.

9) Keep your skin healthy by drinking plenty of water, using lotion made without harmful chemicals .

10) Get at least 7-8 hours of sleep per day. Your body needs to sleep to regulate the repairing processes of the body. When you sleep your body heals and gets ready to protect you when you’re awake.

Okay, that’s it! 10 ways to improve your immune system. These are simple and effective because remember, it should be easy to stay healthy!


Key to Yourself: How to find Yourself

“Key to Yourself” by Venice Bloodworth was suggested to me by a coach of mine a year ago (2021). Since then, I have been studying the words somewhat religiously. I won’t go so far as to say that I have done it everyday. There have been times when I read it every morning but I came to a point where I kept reading the same words over and over again but I felt stuck.

I had been told that this book can change lives and I wanted my inner world to change for the better. I wanted the narrative that was running all day long to be one of positivity, hope and reward, instead of fear, doubt and criticism. Boy did I have a long journey ahead of me.

I’m going to start a series on “Key” as my friend and I affectionately refer to it. I will be going over some of the highlights and passages that have stuck out to me.

Some things to keep in mind: Venice uses passages from the Christian Bible to back up her claims, so this for people who are interested in combining personal development with spiritual scripture.

There are concepts in here that will require radical self responsibility so if you like to play the blame game and are a victim of life, then this is not for you.

The way she talks is in a style of years gone by. The language is more advanced than what we typically see in books today, so bear with me as I try to break it down for you.

How I “unstuck” myself.

I had to come to serious self realizations during my pause from reading “Key” one was a sense of self-worth, self-love and self-confidence. I realized that while I may portray all of those qualities, I did not believe them on the inside. This is was critical in overcoming (and it’s still a work in progress).

Talking to myself in the car and realizing that if I was stranded on an island , I would be enough. That my efforts are worthy, I do not need other people’s approval for validation and that I must believe in myself 100%. No one is going to care about me more than me on the earthly side. Like all the sages say, “it’s an inside job”. This sounds easy to read but I encourage you to start a 30 day cleanse of negative self talk and you don’t need to hype yourself up. This isn’t about being fake and trying to trick yourself into self-love this is coming from the deep down, hard work, that you need to forgive yourself for past mistakes, you need to forgive others and you need to realize that you are more than enough just the way you are.

You might be asking, “if I’m enough then why do I need personal development?” Ah oh wise one, because we are always striving to reach our full potential. We can recognize that we are enough but as Nona Djavid says “be blissfully dissatisfied”, love where you are and then keep reaching towards your highest self. It’s necessary to love where you are today and to recognize the blessings that you have. Once you have truly embodied this concept you are ready to start moving onto the next rung of the proverbial ladder.

After my work on self-love was coming to grips with the idea of dreaming without wanting. It might sound hard to separate the two but I think this is an important step in understanding the work of Venice Bloodworth. You must become okay with the concept that you can dream and build in your mind without attaching the emotion of want.

For instance, let’s say it would be nice to have an Aston Martin in my driveway. I can build this car in my head with the seats the color I like, the inside decked out the way I prefer and I can imagine myself driving in this beautiful car. Notice I did not say want. That’s right! I would like or I would prefer, not I want.

Wanting creates the feeling of separation from what we have currently and what would we like have in the future. This feeling of separation is not a stand alone emotion but has co-emotions that can be toxic to the mind like fear, doubt, guilt and shame.

So let’s avoid those emotions and focus on high vibration emotions like bliss, peace, love, you know, the natural order of Universe? If you don’t believe that the natural order of the Universe is based in love then you can stop reading because as I said above, these teachings go along with the Christian Bible and are based on the fact that love is the all powerful force driving the Laws of the Universe.

We must also remember to let go of the outcome, this has been said by so many people, it hurts me to write this. But, I think that if you have made it this far, you understand that wanting and being attached to the outcome are two sides of the same coin? When we are attached to the outcome, we are also found wanting. Therefore, don’t let one creep in and replace the other.

Build in your mind from a place of peace, love and joy (as corny as that sounds) and let go of wanting (by not using I want language as you build) and let go of the outcome ( you don’t care whether you get it or not).

So, where do we go from here? We start diving into “Key to Yourself”!

Key Take Aways (pun intended)

  1. Work on the concept of self-love, self-worth, and self-confidence
  2. Pay close attention to “want” language when dreaming and building in your mind
  3. Focus on high energy emotions such as bliss, love and peace and let go of fear, doubt, and criticism

Talk soon


Fitness Health

Yoga for Back Pain

I wanted to write a quick post for people who are interested in using yoga for back pain.

Yoga in and of itself a great practice and one in which I regularly participate.

I find the breathing exercises, synchronizing my movement to the breath and the overall toning/stretching benefits to be very helpful.

One movement that we often do in yoga is the baby cobra or up-dog. When most people have back pain they are experiencing a disc issue, a spinal misalignment causing pressure on a nerve, tight muscles pressing on nerves, or possible spinal stenosis.

Often I find, that people have the mindset of ‘no pain no gain’, STOP! This might be true for high schoolers in football practice who would rather play video games than run a mile but this not true when it comes to spinal pain. In fact, this mindset can actually lead to real problems.

As a chiropractor, I would be remiss to not tell you that you need a spinal check and that includes x-rays. You need to know exactly what the problem is before you can start forcing your way to health.

One reason, I love yoga is that from my first class a good instructor will always tell you, if it hurts then slow down, modify or take a child’s pose. This means that you should not just push through the pain.

For my weekend warriors this might be disappointing but I’m here to tell you that too much of a good thing is still too much.

Or if you already have back pain and you think now is a good time to try something totally new like yoga, think again.

You need to get to the root cause of the problem and then you can heal it in the most effective way possible.

Throwing yoga at it, as if that is going to make up for all your years of not exercising and not stretching is not necessarily going to be good for you.

Back to baby cobra versus up-dog. Many people who try yoga for the first time in the hopes of fixing their back pain jump right into up-dog but this is way too much lumbar extension if you have a back issue.

Instead, baby cobra is a widely used physical therapy exercise for back issues. I use this as an example, not medical advice to show you that while you may have good intentions for yourself, you simply don’t know which exercises are safe and which could lead to more problems.

I highly encourage you to go to someone who is trained in yoga therapy or have a one on one with a certified yoga instructor and tell them you are in pain!

They need to help you to find out what is appropriate for you in the muscle, tendon and ligament scene before you just pop in a DVD or join a class.

Blocks and straps are also helpful tools to help you to get into and out of poses safely so you don’t hurt yourself. Again, a good teacher can help you to avoid falling or injuring yourself by teaching you how to use these aids.

Everyone wants you to enjoy yoga for it’s lifelong benefits and you can’t do that if you get hurt at your first class and then swear it off because it didn’t work for you.



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Health Mindset

Failing Forward

So many people say that failing is growing but who actually believes that?

I’ve been reading “Mindset” by Dr. Carol Dweck and it has completely connected the dots on why people with a “fixed mindset” rail against the idea of failing.

I’m a millennial and we were brought up to believe we were special and talented, which in of itself sounds like a great idea. It was an improvement over the ideas of past parenting that said “you’ll never be good enough” or worse.

I think those of us who were raised in the late 80s, 90s and early 2000’s can all relate that it did feel good to know we were, okay, even if we didn’t excel at something.

The problem lies in the use of language. It’s amazing to me, how using certain phrases can completely change our psychology and impact the trajectory of our whole lives.

The idea of being special or talented means that you don’t have to try as hard to be good at something and you feel bad for those who do have to work hard.

While I was in high school, I could read something one time, regurgitate it and sometimes apply it better than my classmates who had spent hours on the material. Why? Because I was special. I have a fantastic memory and I enjoy using it.

I’ll never forget the many times my dad said to me that his wish for me was to be a great critical thinker not just a great regurgitator. I was so busy with sports, extracurriculars, volunteering and course work, that to be honest, I really didn’t care about becoming a great critical thinker because good regurgitators got good grades.

When I went to college, I found the first semester hard. My fantastic memory was not enough anymore, I needed to become a good critical thinker. Unfortunately for me that meant that I needed to apply myself. I thought back on what my friends did who needed to work hard and starting applying that method to my studies. My boyfriend at the time, was incredibly brilliant and he never needed to study or work very hard and I found myself feeling less than special because I now needed to work.

Thankfully, I put my pride on the shelf and my goals in front of me and realized that I needed to apply hard work to whatever natural ability I had to make a go of education.

The result? Success. To be honest, this was the first time when I realized how good it felt to work hard for something and be rewarded. Before, I felt like I had cheated, that I somehow hadn’t earned it because I didn’t need to struggle.

Looking back, I was cheating, cheating myself of the opportunity to push myself farther and learn more thanks to my natural ability. If I could go so far with my natural talents, then how much further could I have gone with some elbow grease?

I will always carry a little regret with me that I didn’t push myself farther in those early years, but I intend to make up for it now.

Back to Dr. Dweck and her mindset hypothesis. She makes the case for a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. Fixed mindsets are the ones where people feel they are special or talented and afraid to fail or be seen as less than special. Growth mindset people are people who want to learn and become better in whatever they are passionate about.

Inadvertently, I had gone from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset in college in order to succeed and then throughout my career in healthcare I have stayed mostly in a growth mindset.

It’s only been recently in the online space, that I have found myself reverting back to the fixed mindset, “what will people think”, “what if I’m not good enough, or as good at it, as I am as a chiropractor?”, “what if I fail?”.

Using the knowledge that I am reading in this book, which in of itself speaks to a growth mindset, I feel like I have good understanding of how these two mindsets interplay.

It’s okay to fail, it’s okay to be mediocre at first. I may not be the best blog writer or the best course instructor when I first start but through hard work I can become very good, maybe even great.

Become the best version of you through hard work


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How to Change Your Life with Gratitude and Love

Are you feeling anxious, overwhelmed and worrying constantly? Try practicing this simple technique everyday and you will learn how to change your life and attract more of what you want into your life.

Everyday we walk around with our brains playing non-stop. We are constantly listening to the little voice inside our head that tells us what is wrong with the world. Is this abnormal? Absolutely not! This is totally normal because our brain wants to protect us from danger. It goes over what might have hurt us in the past, in order to protect us in the future, but unfortunately that keeps us from living in the present.

When you find yourself checking out from conversations or not remembering the travel into the office or what the world around you looked like when you went for a walk then you are trapped in this cycle.

How do you stop it?

The answer is surprisingly simple, gratitude. If you live in the west or in a country with abundance then you really do not have many urgent dangers in your life today.

We live in a world of luxury, where we have running water, roofs over our heads, a car to drive, clothes on our backs, food in our bellies. Our basic needs are met and this is great but it takes it further away from the basic concept of gratitude.

You can start by saying thank you for the roads you drive on, the water in your faucet, the electricity in your home, your office, your job, your family, your health.

It doesn’t mean that you don’t have problems, we know that everyone has problems.

If you start saying thank you for the basic necessities that you have then you can start to imagine what life would look like if you wanted it bad enough. Those things that you think are far away from you.

Step 2: Stop the negative thoughts

The negative loop that your ego is playing to keep you safe is also holding you back from reaching your dream life.

If you recognize and replace negative thoughts with positive thoughts full of love then you will train your brain to look for love.

Love is the greatest force in the universe and it empowers all of us to attract into our life everything that we desire.

Start practicing gratitude everyday.

Start quieting the negative thoughts that we play over and over again.

Replace the negative thoughts with thoughts of love.

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Morning Gratitude

Gratitude is the practice of thinking about all the people, opportunities and material wealth that you have been blessed with. It’s not always easy when there is much negativity surrounding you to keep a positive mental attitude. If you start a simple practice of morning gratitude it will transform your life from the inside out.

What To Do:

When you wake up each day, start by keeping your eyes closed and mentally go through all the people who help you every day, your parents, your kids, coworkers, staff members and thank each person individually and be specific about why they are important to you.

Next go through your material possessions like house, apartment, clothes, food, and be sure to be thankful all of the extras that you don’t need to survive but you have anyways.

Finally, go through all of the opportunities you’ve had recently. Maybe you were able to continue working or you took a trip. Sometimes it’s the small opportunities we can be most grateful for.

Gratitude is the quickest way to success fast. If you are at home googling how to make money fast from home or how to be more successful in 2021 then try adding this free and easy method to your morning practice. It will take you about 10 minutes at the most and you will feel so much better.

Not to mention, it helps to start hard wiring your brain body connection to look for these opportunities. You’ll start seeing more good people to connect with, more business opportunities, more ways to make more money.

It’s a skill that we develop when we want to move ahead and succeed, when we want to make money online or make more money for 2021 we need to begin within by creating the environment.

If this all sounds a little far fetched for you then you have nothing to lose but pride. We could all benefit from a little less pride. Work on first being open to making these changes and committing a few days a week for the rest of the month to morning gratitude.

Trust me it’s better than spending the morning reading the news or worrying about something that will probably never happen.

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Whole Food Plant Based Low Fat

I know I just posted a blog post on bone broth.

Ok, so what happened?

I went down the rabbit hole after reading/listening to some great information from Pam Popper. Pam is a naturopath who works/lives in Columbus, Ohio. She is an advocate for a whole foods plant-based low oil diet.

A whole food plant-based low oil diet is strongly advised by most cardiologists and cardio-thoracic surgeons.

For many years I have lived a whole food plant based diet, it wasn’t until recently that I tried meat and animal products again.

I did that for a few years from 2017 to mid 2020 and then I had a crisis of ethics. I could not continue eating in a way that I was sure was contributing to the degradation of my health.

It is in September that I recommitted to the WFPBLF lifestyle and I have felt amazing ever since.

I started using Engine 2’s meal planner which allows you to copy all ingredients into a single spread sheet that you can send to your local grocer.

This helped me to jump start to my way back to health.

Living this lifestyle for the past three months has already had a profound effect on my health. My cycle has become more regular and the inflammation I experienced after having major surgery was much less than the normal patient.

It’s delicious and satisfying to eat this way.

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Bone Broth Fasting: What is it, and does it live up to the hype?

Fasting of all varieties has quite quickly become all the rage among Instagram fitness influencers and nutrition-aware doctors alike. The simple practicing of going without food for a pre-determined amount of time sounds easy enough, but there are more and more varieties of fasts popping up every day. One particular fast that has gained some popularity is the bone broth fast. Let’s take a look at what this fast is and if it’s right for you.

Intermittent Fasting

Because the bone broth fast is a type of intermittent fast, it makes sense that we should get familiar with what exactly that is. Intermittent fasting refers to a type of fast in which you go without food for a portion of the day — but usually not an entire day. Some varieties of fasting include alternate fasting (eating every other day) the warrior diet (fruits and veggies during the day and a big, protein-rich meal at night) and, the most common form, 16/8 fasting. This method refers to fasting for 16 hours out of the day, with an 8-hour “feeding window.”

Intermittent fasting has gained followers for a variety of reasons. One of the most popular reasons is its ability to help with fat loss and positive metabolic changes in the body.

Intermittent fasting allows the body to burn excess stores of fat because of the unique conditions that fasting creates. In the simplest terms, your body uses fat for fuel when it doesn’t have access to food. In particular, when the body is deprived of glucose it tends to reach for its fat stores for extra energy. This is why ketogenic diets — which involve consuming low to no carbohydrates — allow for such a great deal of fat burning.

Intermittent fasting is also used for its ability to improve blood sugar. Insulin is what is responsible for transporting glucose in the body. Some evidence shows that fasting on a regular basis allows the body to regulate its insulin use and reduce total blood sugar levels — meaning sugar is used for fuel instead of being stored by the body as fat.

Fasting has likely become popular in the fitness industry for a few reasons. For one, most people are tired of being sold another diet fad or weight loss pill. Instead, they would rather spend time understanding their bodies and making the right choices and adjustments to their fitness and nutrition as necessary. In addition, fasting can be incredibly convenient. Most people grew up being incessantly told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day — a factoid most likely propagated by the cereal industry. Fasting has shone light on the health benefits of skipping breakfast — a choice that most of us are happy to make, as it means a few extra minutes of sleep and less cooking.

Bone Broth

Now let’s take a look at bone broth and how it plays into the fasting dynamic. If you’ve strolled through Whole Foods recently, you’ve likely seen an end-cap fridge filled with dark brown bottles of broth nestled next to the kombucha and coconut water. Many people are understandably turned off to the idea of slurping down a jug of cold broth — so why is there such a high demand for it?

As it turns out, bone broth has a variety of incredible health benefits. Their health benefits draw largely from the fact that they are derived from highly nutritious parts of animals that we don’t normally consume — in particular, bones. However, bone broth also contains skin, tendons and ligaments that would normally be tossed out of a butcher shop. As bone broth cooks, valuable nutrients like collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine all end up in the jar of broth you can find at your local grocery store.

Bone broth can be bought at the store, but it’s completely feasible to make yourself. You should purchase grass-fed bones from a local butcher. Once you’ve got your bones, boil them in water, seasonings, a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and simmer for around 24-48 hours.

Bone broth does incredible things for the joints due to its rich collagen content. Our joints experience a good bit of abuse as we age, and the more collagen we consume, the less damage they will generally take. In addition, the gelatin present in bone broth stock — the same stuff Jell-O is comprised of — is a necessary lubricant for joints.

In addition, gelatin is great for the gut. It can help restore the sensitive lining of the stomach that is so often degraded, and it can help with food sensitivities and with reducing inflammation. Because bone broth comes in liquid form, it is easy to digest and therefore is readily consumed and absorbed by the body.

Using bone broth while fasting

Bone broth can be an incredible addition to any fasting protocol, provided you take the right steps. When used as part of a fat loss protocol or as a “detox” tool, bone broth can be helpful in a fasting protocol. Bone broth is particularly useful for extended fasts of one day or more in which the person fasting needs a bit of calories and protein to make it through the fast without giving the body a lot of junk food to process.

Most people begin with a 2 or 3 day fast consuming nothing but bone broth and water. It’s completely acceptable to start with just one day as well or to replace one meal with bone broth. It’s also recommended to consume bone broth from a variety of sources (for example, consuming chicken and beef one broth.)

Bone broth with additives like ginger and turmeric will provide a great deal of anti-inflammatory benefits as well. You can also and pink Himalayan salt if you’d like. All of these will contribute to both the health benefits and flavor of your broth.

In addition, remember that you are fasting anything other than bone broth, so if you’re drinking coffee, make sure to leave the cream or milk out (and especially the sugar.)

Benefits of bone broth fasting

Fasting with the addition of bone broth has many benefits. Let’s take a look at a few of the most compelling.

1. Improves digestion

Because bone broth is a rich source of collagen, it can help restore the lining of the vital GI tract. Collagen helps soothe the GI tract and can be a major help in healing leaky gut syndrome. In addition, the gelatin present in bone broth is known to help with food sensitivities and allergies. The gelatin also promotes probiotic balance and allows for a favorable digestive environment in the gut.

Because fasting with bone broth allows your body to receive the nutrients from the broth without other additives, your body can more easily absorb these nutrients.

2. Helps preserve muscle

As stated previously, intermittent fasting can include a two or even three day fast. It’s possible that muscle mass could be accessed by the body as a source of fuel during this time, especially if you’re active during the fast. Supplying your body with protein and calories from bone broth can help reverse this unwanted effect.

3. Help with sleep and memory

The amino acids that form the building blocks of protein present in bone broth allow for the production of hormones that help us sleep deeply and be mentally sharp and aware. Glycine, in particular, has been found to help patients who struggle sleeping get deeper sleep.

Bone broth also contains important nutrients like potassium and magnesium, both of which are crucial in energy production and muscle and cognitive functions.

4. Can boost immunity

Doing a bone broth fast allows the good bacteria in your gut a favorable condition to live. High bacterial content is generally associated with a stronger immunity, as well as weight and hormone balance. Probiotics can help reduce inflammation in the body, which is a major cause of illnesses of all kinds.

5. Is more sustainable than other kinds of fasting

Many fasting protocols are designed to be short-term, which means that you usually don’t need extra vitamins or nutrients during them. After all, fasting is completely depriving your body of just about anything other than water to allow it to work through its normal processes more efficiently. However, doing a two or three-day intermittent fast with bone broth can be a great way to experience the benefits of long-term fasting without the brain fog or other negative effects associated with it. Bone broth is incredibly rich and complex in its nutrient content, and thus provides the perfect fuel source for fasting. It’s also fairly low-calorie, meaning your body does not have to process through a large portion of food.

As always, consult a doctor

While bone broth fasting is a great option for many people, you should always consult with your own doctor before making significant changes to your diet. Make sure you consult a professional before you decide if this method is the best for you and your lifestyle.