Category Archives for "Alcohol"

Oct 09

Episode 25: Craving Indications, Alcohol and Fat Burning, Burping & Yawning, Our Favorite Podcasts, Calorie Intakes, Undereating, & More!

Alcohol , Calories , Cravings , Intermittent Fasting , Sleep , Wine

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Welcome to Episode 25 of The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, hosted by Melanie Avalon, author of What When Wine: Lose Weight And Feel Great With Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, And Wine and Gin Stephens, author of Delay, Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle

To submit your own questions, email questions@IFpodcast.com, or submit your questions here!! 

SHOW NOTES

5:35 - Listener Feedback Email: Gloria  - Changing From Longer Fasts To Daily IF (OMAD), And Adjusting Carbs For Renewed Vigor and Focus

10:15 - Listener Q&A: Amy  - Are Cravings (Potato Chips And Chocolate Milk!) Indicative Of Nutritional Deficiencies, Or Just Psychological?

18:45 - Listener Q&A: Amy  - Do We Need A Certain Calorie Intake Per Day?

19:15 - Listener Q&A: Annie  - Is Undereating On OMAD Detrimental?

27:55 - Listener Q&A: Annie  - How Does Alcohol Affect Fat Burning And IF?

41:25 - Listener Q&A: Sarah  - What Are Melanie And Gin's Favorite Podcasts?

48:55 - Listener Q&A: Ethan  - What If I Burp, Yawn, And Feel Drowsy Some Mornings?

Melanie's FREE Food Sensitivity And IBS Guides

Gin's Post: Can Your Body Adapt to Your Fasting Plan?

STUFF WE LIKE

Check Out The STUFF WE LIKE Page For All The Things We Talked About!

REFERENCES

LINKS

More on Melanie: MelanieAvalon.com  

More on Gin: GinStephens.com

BUY Delay Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle

Theme Music Composed By Leland Cox: LelandCox.com

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Jul 24

Episode 14: Beer, Escaping Restrictive Mindsets, Fasted Exercise, Toothpaste, And More!

Alcohol , Exercise , Fasting Approaches , Intermittent Fasting

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Welcome to Episode 14 of The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, hosted by Melanie Avalon, author of The What When Wine Diet: Effortless Weight Loss - Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, And Wine and Gin Stephens, author of Delay, Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle

In today's episode, we discuss how to overcome restrictive mindsets after years of undereating, and how to eat enough when intermittent fasting. We also discuss the potential benefits of beer, analyze calories and celiac disease, talk about the exercise we do and toothpaste we use, and much more!

To submit your own questions, email questions@IFpodcast.com, or submit your questions here!! 

SHOW NOTES

4:40 - Listener Q&A: Jill - Is It Safe To Exercise While Fasting? What Do Melanie And Gin Do For Exercise?

13:35 - Listener Q&A: Jennifer - Is Beer Bad For The Body With IF? Does It Have Any Benefits?

17:55 - Listener Q&A: Zoe - How To Eat More After Years Of Restriction?

17:55 - Listener Q&A: Zoe - How To Eat More After Years Of Restriction?

23:40 - Calorie Restriction And Longevity

30:00 - Listener Q&A: JT - What Toothpaste Do You Use While Fasting?

STUFF WE LIKE

Vibration Platform Fitness Machine

The Yoga Of Eating

Wrist Weights

Ankle Weights

Earthpaste (AWESOME toothpaste for the fast, with NO sweeteners or problematic ingredients!) 

Toothpaste Alternatives: Activated Charcoal, Turmeric, Baking Soda

Homemade Breath Spray! Mix a drop of Organic Peppermint Oil with some water, in a cute glass bottle (these are perfect!!)

REFERENCES

LINKS

More on Melanie: MelanieAvalon.com  

More on Gin: GinStephens.com

BUY Delay Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle

Theme Music Composed By Leland Cox: LelandCox.com

If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving us a review in iTunes - it helps more than you know! 

May 29

Episode 6: The ALCOHOL And WINE IF Episode!

Alcohol , Intermittent Fasting , Metabolism , paleo , Whole 30 , Wine

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Welcome to episode 6 of The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, hosted by Melanie Avalon, author of The What When Wine Diet: Paleo And Intermittent Fasting For Health And Weight Loss, and Gin Stephens, author of Delay, Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. Curious if you can drink alcohol in an IF lifestyle? This episode has got you covered! We discuss all the details of drinking alcohol while intermittent fasting, with a particular emphasis on wine! Learn how alcohol affects fat burning (it doesn't stop weight loss!), all about alcohol and wine's health benefits, how IF affects drinking, some pretty cool wine effects, and much more! We also answer a listener question about how to make better food choices while practicing IF.

To submit your own questions, email questions@IFpodcast.com, or submit your questions here!! 

SHOW NOTES

4:40 - Our Favorite Alcoholic Drinks

6:20 - The Relationship Between Alcohol And Weight Gain/ Weight Loss

9:30 - Theories For Why Alcohol Does NOT Encourage Weight Gain

13:20 - Why IF And Alcohol Go Well Together

14:10 - IF And Alcohol Tolerance

15:00 - Alcohol, Wine, And Health Benefits 

17:20 - Why Alcohol May Be Good For You 

17:45 - Wine Polyphenol/Antioxidant Benefits 

20:20 - Cautions About Alcohol When Beginning IF

21:30 - How Alcohol Is Metabolized

23:09 - Does Alcohol Break The Fast?

24:20 - How Pinot Noir Increases Sex Appeal

25:25 - How The Compounds In Wine May Help You Burn Fat, And Act Like Exercise!

27:20 - When You Might Want To Not Drink With IF

29:30 - Listener Q&A: Melia - How To Make Better Food Choices To Lose Weight

STUFF WE LIKE

7 Awesome Organic White Wines For Less Than $10

REFERENCES

Measuring the Burden— Current and Future Research trendsResults From the nIAAA Expert Panel on Alcohol and Chronic disease Epidemiology

LINKS

More on Melanie: MelanieAvalon.com

More on Melanie: MelanieAvalon.com

More on Gin: GinStephens.com

Theme Music Composed By Leland Cox: LelandCox.com

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