Breather: Second Guessing Fasting
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If you have been listening to the B.rad podcast this year, you know I’ve been second guessing the role of fasting for healthy, energetic folks.
Fasting offers a tremendous amount of health benefits, but if many (if not most) of the health benefits are incidental, can fasting still be considered a worthwhile practice?
Tune in to find out the answer!
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