Improving Metabolism With Intermittent Fasting

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Chances are that if you read this blog, you live in a developed country. Food is readily available.

Look around you. There is plenty of food. Plenty is not the right word. We love food. We swim in food. We adore food so much we have large, humongous signs outside. We have *temples* dedicated to food on every block. Our love life is around food. We give food to others to show how much we care. Or we deprive kids of food to punish them. We bestow moral values to food and our whole belief system is centered on the idea that food, or more food, is always good.

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Learning from Ancient Practices

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When I was in high school, I was fascinated by ancient history.

The Egyptians built massive pyramids, lavish temples and invented hieroglyphs, amongst other amazing inventions. I remember being awed by how they could get the resources together for these undertakings.

The Greeks invented philosophy and built the foundations of Europe. Between city wars, they had time for sculptures, poetry and Olympiads.

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