A ação terapêutica do Jejum Intermitente
Os 10 benefícios do Jejum Intermitente
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  Perder peso de forma  saudável
  com o Jejum Intermitente


exemplos:
comer 2 refeições
numa janela de tempo de 8 horas:

entre 9 e 17 horas    

jejuar durante 16 horas:
entre 17 e 9 horas  

ou
comer entre 7 e 15 horas


jejuar durante 16 horas:
entre 15 e 7 horas  



ou
comer entre 12 e 20 horas


jejuar durante 16 horas:
entre 20 e 12 horas


Perder peso é somente um efeito agradável em pessoas com  pesos elevados,
mas as vantagens atingem o organismo todo. 

Os 10 benefícios do Jejum Intermitente

  1. melhora a função das células, dos genes e hormônios1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  2. pode ajudar a perder peso e a gordura da sua cintura9 10 11 12 13
  3. reduz a resistência à insulina e com isso seu risco de adoecer do diabetes 212 13 14
  4. reduz o estresse oxidativo e a inflamação no corpo 14 15 16 17 18 19
  5. pode ser benéfico para a saúde cardíaca20 12 21 22 23
  6. induz diversos processos de reparo celular7 24 25 26
  7. pode ajudar a prevenir câncer 27 28 29 30 31
  8. é bom par o seu cérebro32 33 34 35 36 37
  9. ajuda a prevenir a doença de Alzheimer38 39 40 41
10. prolonga sua vida útil para viver mais tempo42 43 44


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