The other day, Maurice, a reader here on 430 ToFit made a comment on the site, and he shared a video with me, and anybody else who cared to watch. Many people probably don’t read all of the comments, so I thought I would share it in a post.
I was quite surprised when I saw the video, I had not realized that the Soviet Union, what we call Russia today, had done such research on fasting.
I did not agree with everything I saw on the video, but most of it was right on spot for me.
I would encourage anybody who has an interest in health, weight loss, and other such matters that we cover here on the blog take the time to view this video. It is not a short video, but I believe that it is very valuable to learn these things, and if you Artie know these things, reinforcing them through this video is a good thing.
Have a look here:
So, what do you think? When I am fasting, one thing that I really enjoy doing is watching videos like this, videos done by Dr. Jason Fung, and other things like that. These things motivate me and keep me in line with my fasting regiment. Perhaps they will help you too.
Share your thoughts about this video, I would be very interested in hearing what you think.
I totally agree, lots of great info there!
A vey interesting and informative video indeed. It provides a different perspective than any that I have seen previously.
Yes, there were a lot of things about the video that surprised me. Mostly in a positive way.
I just discovered the videos of Ivor Cummins. I am really enjoying them; you are probably familiar with them. He covers diabetes, heart disease, etc., but one that I think is very important is the one on Vitamin D. He goes into the biochemical mechanisms, which, as a technically oriented person, was extremely interesting and believable to me.
Indeed. I have featured Ivor on this site a number f times. He has great info, and he is not even a Dr. He is an engineer!
Yes, as a non medical person he was able to take a fresh look at diabetes prevention and heart health. I enjoy him approaching these issues from an engineering perspective.
Some of his vids are a bit long, but are almost always worth the watch!