Intermittent Fasting Cheat Codes w. Brian Gryn

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Intermittent Fasting Cheat Codes w. Brian Gryn

Brian Gryn joined me to discuss the ins and outs of intermittent fasting, including the best methods for successful fasts, how to get more out of fasting, and what does and does not break a fast.

About Brian Gryn

Brian Gryn is an intermittent fasting expert, wellness coach, author, human movement specialist, and host of the Get Lean Eat Clean Podcast (60K downloads). He is leading the way in the Intermittent Fasting community as the author of The Simple Intermittent Fasting Journal along with the creator of The Intermittent Fasting Certification Course.
What began as a personal exploration into fasting has turned into a thriving business, helping middle-aged men make intermittent fasting simple, doable and a complete lifestyle change. Now he is spreading the power of intermittent fasting worldwide with Intermittent Fasting Certified Coaches.
With over 15 years experience in health and wellness, Brian also developed his Fat Burner Blueprint Program. This program focuses on nutrition, meal timing, stress management, sleeping like a superhero and micro-workouts. He believes that challenging the body and mind through brief hormetic stressors like fasting, cold/warm therapy, resistance training and sprinting will help you get your body back to what it once was!

Topics Discussed

  • Intermittent Fasting
  • How to stop snacking
  • Bryan’s preferred way to fast
  • More insulin sensitive earlier in the day
  • Salt to help fasting
  • Fasting while traveling
  • Working out fasted
  • Insulin and Growth Hormone
  • Long-term fasting side effects
  • MCT oil as an IF cheat code
  • Does Coffee Break A Fast
  • Bulletproof coffee breaking a fast
  • Does Stevia, and other sweeteners break a fast
  • Intermittent fasting gives structure
  • Instagram: @bdgryn
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Erik Abramowitz is a health coach, certified nutritional therapist, and biohacker. He is an advocate for nootropics and believes in using science to improve people's lives. Erik is also a new dad and loves spending time with his son. Before becoming a health coach, Erik was a stand-up comedian. He toured the country and performed at some of the top comedy clubs. But, after getting married and having a child, Erik decided to pursue a more meaningful career path. Now, Erik helps others achieve their health goals through his coaching practice and online programs. He is passionate about helping people feel their best, both physically and mentally.

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