The right way to do intermittent fasting – for better health

The right way to do intermittent fasting – for better health

Summary: Indian Yogic wisdom has always prescribed fasting as a way for health and well being. Infact, there are many rituals and religious practices in India built around this. But its only recently in 2016 that the modern medicine has recognized the power of this wisdom, when Japanese cell biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi was awarded the Nobel Prize for his research on how cells recycle and renew their content, a process called Autophagy. As Sadhguru says - "Hunger and Empty Stomach are two different things - Your stomach must be empty for your body to heal itself. This has been known to Indian Yogis since ancient time". But how many meals a day should one have and what's an ideal gap in between meals? Is eating frequently really a good thing as modern medicine would have you believe? Watch in detail as Sadhguru explains the power of fasting.

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