Episode 5: The COFFEE Episode!



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May 22
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Welcome to episode 5 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. In this episode, we tackle COFFEE in all its glory! We'll talk about its health benefits, how it affects the fasted state, how you should (and should not) drink it for the best results, the details on MCTs and Bulletproof Coffee, and much more! We also answer listener questions about using essential oils while fasting (and let ya know how to make your own AWESOME homemade, non-insulin spiking breath freshener), as well as what to do if you're insulin resistant and/or not seeing results within a few weeks of starting IF.

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



Coffee Health Benefits

Coffee and fat burning

Bulletproof Coffee

MCT Oil and Metabolism

The Shangri-La Diet

MCTS and Ketones

Coffee And Sweeteners/Flavors

Using Cream In Your Coffee When Transitioning To IF

Listener Q&A - Mary Lyn: Fasting And Essential Oils

Listener Q&A - Felicity: Slow Results With IF And Insulin Resistance 


Check out the STUFF WE LIKE page for links to Bulletproof Coffee, The Hungry Brain, and The Bulletproof Diet.

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

Trace Minerals (Awesome way to add minerals to your water during your fast!)


More on Gin: GinStephens.com

Theme Music Composed By Leland Cox: LelandCox.com

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