intermittent fasting, lunch and learn, Dr. Cecily Ganheart, the fasting doctor, lunch and learn with dr berry

    Let's Talk about Intermittent Fasting…

    On this week's episode of the Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry I sat down with Dr. Cecily Clark-Ganheart. Following up last week's episode, we have Dr. Cecily's story who like many has had trouble with weight issues after childbirth but found a way to change her lifestyle for the better. In the discussion of healthy dietary change, the topic of Intermittent Fasting has become increasingly popular. With the popularity of a “new” lifestyle, we need expert opinions on what is safe & what isn't so Dr. Cecily has taken the time today to educate the Lunch and Learn Community.

    By training Dr. Clark-Ganheart is certified both in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Obesity Medicine and once she was able to incorporate Intermittent Fasting into her lifestyle and lost over 50 pounds. During the episode, we talked about all of the common misconceptions about intermittent fasting, who would benefit the most & who should stay away from the practice. You also find out how many hours does Dr. Clark-Ganheart fast (you won't believe it).

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