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30 DAY CHALLENGE ALERT!

You know that moment when you've heard something a thousand times and then someone says it again and you finally really truly hear it? Well it's been a while since I last embarked on a new "challenge" so I am feeling very excited and inspired after chatting to Steve's sister Daniella from Wellness on Wheels.
I had a very clear and direct light bulb moment as she shared her success with fasting recently. I've never deliberately and consistently fasted for an extended period of time however I find now that due to the nutrient dense foods I consume following a Paleo lifestyle I don't need to eat anywhere near as much food as I would have previously- yet sometimes (ok a lot of the time) I still do.
As we spoke I realised that our busy life style often means that we are eating far too late at night and it leaves me feeling quite bloated and uncomfortable and stressed about food- it even impacts on the quality of my sleep. Now I'm a big believer in once you identify an opportunity, if it is within your means then you should do it- do the same action and achieve the same result or change things up!
I have promised Daniella that as of RIGHT NOW I will no longer eat after 7pm at night and stick with my late breakfast which is usually around 11:00 and seems to work well for me. I will trial this for a month and let you know how I go!
I'd love to hear about your own experiences with fasting or any tips you might have- please share in the comments below and feel free to join me in this challenge!
Thanks for the inspiration and motivation to identify this and do something about it Daniella!
Woooo hoooo, here we go- Sarah

Oh and for those of you that would like to read a little more about this I found this to be very useful: www.marksdailyapple.com/how-to-intermittent-fasting/#axzz3HWssr9TP
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That Paleo ShowGood advice Jo- I've heard the same which is why I've never really committed to IF before but I'm keen to give it a try, listen to my body and go from there!1 day ago   ·  1
Nicole Alison RevelmanI've been doing this for quite a while now and find it works really well . I start the day with a cup of warm lemon water and apple cider vinegar with some cinnamon and ginger around 8.30/9 then have brunch around 11/11.30 , a cup of bone broth or coffee depending on the day and eat dinner with my kids around 5.30 which means by bedtime everything is well and truly digested and I go to bed feeling happy and not bloated !! Have also found I'm more inclined to skip the sweeter kinds of brekky foods ( even paleo friendly like granola and pancakes etc) because it's later and not wanting to heavy a meal at 5.30 means I can have lighter meals too. Have found I'll have s light salad for dinner and have dinner leftovers for brunch the next day ..1 day ago   ·  2
Vicki Richardson-CooperI just started doing this three days ago and feel amazing! I wake up with energy and am accomplishing so much more in a day! Growing up I could never stomach breakfast first thing but pushed myself to have it because if what society told me. I feel I am now giving my body the opportunity to wake and then later in the day deal with digestion when it is truly ready. My body also has the opportunity to work on other healing aspects rather than concentrating on 24/7 digestion. I too had heard lots about fasting but it was the 8/16 that resonated and clicked with me :) Nice to hear someone agrees and has has success :)1 day ago   ·  2
Jo SmithI used to do this all the time and unfortunately it didn't work for me. I still don't eat after 7pm at night, that has never changed for me but I need to eat my first meal an hour after waking. Straight after exercise or if I don't exercise straight after my warm lemon drink. If you have adrenal issues, leptin issues I wouldn't reccomend fasting for that long. You're already fasting from 7pm to 7am in the morning, which is 12 hours. I am a firm believer in bio-individuality so give it a go and I really hope you love it and it works for you. Look forward to hearing your updates. :) xx1 day ago   ·  1
Daniella HogarthYou go girl! Onwards and upwards. Thank you for your kind words.2 days ago   ·  1
Donna HeathcoteThis is not good advice for anyone suffering from adrenal fatigue or hypothyroid issues and can cause more damage than good. It's a bit disappointing that this being marketed as a great thing for everyone...maybe do a bit more homework and explain risks so people can make educated and informed decisions, otherwise paleo show is no better than organisations like heart foundation because people use this as a trusted source 😕14 hours ago

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Congratulations to our good friends and very inspiring souls Leah Follett and Jo from Quirky Cooking for recording their first ever podcast together. These two ladies have a wealth of healthy family knowledge between them and we can't wait to listen in! #joandleahgolarge #quirky2.0 ... See MoreSee Less

Well I'm a bit excited! After lots of stops and starts, my friend Leah Follett and I have just recorded our first podcast together! :D We can't wait to start sharing them with you, but we have a few more to do before we put them up on The Wellness Couch site. Woo hooooo, get ready to join us on 'A Quirky Journey', coming soon!! And if you haven't met my amazing friend Leah, you need to pop over to her page, and also listen to her family's story here on That Paleo Show! Very inspiring. thewellnesscouch.com/tps/tps-90-live-from-primal-collective-cave-camp-on-the-sunshine-coast (PS Here's a photo of us working together when Leah was up visiting the other day... yep, we have a lot of fun when we 'work' together!!) :)

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Well I'm a bit excited! After lots of stops and starts, my friend Leah Follett and I have just recorded our first podcast together! :D We can't wait to start sharing them with you, but we have a few more to do before we put them up on The Wellness Couch site. Woo hooooo, get ready to join us on 'A Quirky Journey', coming soon!! And if you haven't met my amazing friend Leah, you need to pop over to her page, and also listen to her family's story here on That Paleo Show! Very inspiring. http://thewellnesscouch.com/tps/tps-90-live-from-primal-collective-cave-camp-on-the-sunshine-coast

(PS Here's a photo of us working together when Leah was up visiting the other day... yep, we have a lot of fun when we 'work' together!!) :)

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