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For years, you’ve been told that in order to burn fat you have to avoid fat. So you have sacrificed flavour — because that’s what fat provides — to achieve your weight loss goal. You’ve even convinced yourself that those fat-free options are delicious, despite their disappointing aftertaste.
There is plenty of iron in plant foods, but it has very low bioavailability, meaning that instead of being absorbed, most of it sails straight through you on a sea of peristaltic waves. Your blood is not the final destination of this ship.
From depression to Alzheimer's: avoiding cognitive decline and staying brain healthy.
Most people practise intermittent fasting in order to lose weight, and it is indeed an effective strategy. Less well known are the neurological benefits, which include improved mood and memory, and reduced risk of stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
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