You are being invited to take up a challenge – to fast for 24hours! This is to increase awareness of how to overcome Insulin Resistance and Chronic Stress.
Mr P is an expert at fasting – let him guide you to overcome Insulin Resistance (IR).
Before you fast please consult your Doctor, especially if you have diabetes, are pregnant or are breastfeeding, or of you are elderly or a child under 16.
“If you are planning to join Mr P, or have completed a fast and want to further help the cause – then please copy the link below into your text box, whats app, or social media post – let people know you are doing the fast (or have done it) and paste this link to the end of your message – thank you” – https://www.besuper.ltd/overcome-insulin-resistance/
Insulin resistance (IR) occurs when cells fail to respond normally (they get stressed) to a request for more insulin. It is good to know that fasting and LiCrON overcome stress from excess insulin load.
What does Mr P mean by fasting?
Fasting means to go without food (to drink only water and consume no nutrients) – but it does not mean to go un-nurished (this is malnutrition and leads to starvation).
Fasting allows your body to relax and start to de-stress. During a fast, your body will get energy and nutrients from your fat stores.
If you fast from 7.00pm at night until 7.00am the following morning you will have fasted for 12 hours. If you then eat we refer to it as ‘breakfast – breaking the fast’. This has no significant benefit (other than it may take away the feeling of hunger). There is little benefit if you then eat unhealthy and stressful food (sugar and carbs are stress foods).
If you ‘delay eating’ until 12.00am (lunch time) you will have fasted for 16 hours – this is starting to be good for you and will activate a healthy natural process called autophagy. However, as soon as you eat you stop it – what a shame.
If you ‘delay eating’ for 3 full days (72 hours) or better still put if off until the following morning (84 hours) – this is very good for you because you will get greater benefits from autophagy. The main benefit is reversing insulin resistance – “WOW is it that easy” – yes!
For most people; because they ARE insulin resistant to a certain extent, they will have withdrawal symptoms from sugar (just like an alcoholic craves alcohol). This unpleasant feeling normally lasts 1 to 3 days, after which you do not feel hungry – and your body gets all its energy and nutrients from your fat stores. If you are not fat it gets all the energy it needs from breaking down your toxins and degenerative cells – WOW another benefit of autophagy.
Your challenge will be to overcome any withdrawal symptoms from sugar. The more you struggle then the more insulin resistant you are and the more you will benefit from continuing.
Mr P does not suggest you fast for longer than you feel comfortable or have the will power to endure. There does exist a ‘therapeutic period’ where autophagy is optimised and you can increase muscle growth, increase BDNF (Brain Derived Neuro Factor) and overcome, reverse and prevent most illness (this is normally longer than 3 days) – Mr P provides testing for this on himself and for others. Once this stage is reached you can prolong it by eating the right kind of foods. This is the basis of LiCrON!
According to wikipedia Scottish man Angus Barbieri (1939 – 7 September 1990) fasted for 382 days, from June 1965 to July 1966. He lived on tea, coffee, soda water, and vitamins while living at home in Tayport, Scotland, and frequently visiting Maryfield Hospital for medical evaluation. He lost 276 pounds (125 kg) and set a record for the length of a fast.
Mr P enjoys the social aspect of food and drink too much to fast for longer than his own fasting regime.
Why does Mr P want you to fast?
Mr P does not have a large social media engagement (not yet) – he welcomes your support and help. When you undertake a fast and promote the reasons why, by linking back to this page – then more people will be educated and saved – including you!
You may need support and guidance whilst fasting:
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