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Intermittent Fasting Explained March 25

A growing body of evidence suggests that intermittent fasting may positively impact metabolic health and blood sugar control, support cognitive function, and aid weight management. But, is intermittent fasting really superior?

If you have tried, considered or are just curious about intermittent fasting, please join nutrition expert Lindsey Menge MS, RD, LD  March 25 from 10-11 a.m. for an information-packed webinar. Her talk will touch on the evolution, types of protocols and evidence on the benefits and potential risks of intermittent fasting, including alternative healthful eating approaches.

Intermittent fasting is a pattern of when you eat that involves brief periods of food and drink abstinence. Traditional fasting has been practiced by many cultures around the globe and intermittent fasting is derived from these traditions.


Register at attendee.gotowebinar.com… This webinar is for educational purposes and is not considered medical advice. It is recommended that you speak with your primary care physician before making major nutritional changes.


About the speaker:

Lindsey Menge MS, RD, LD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Foods at Texas State University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and completed her Master’s degree in Human Nutrition as well as her Dietetic Internship at Texas State University. Lindsey provides evidence-based nutrition counseling and is passionate about providing practical nutrition support that considers each person’s unique needs wherever they are in their journey. It is her goal to help people find freedom and confidence in food decisions, and thrive in their overall health and well-being.

Source: ERS (March 2021)

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