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Why does Intermittent Fasting Work for Weight Loss for Women at Midlife?

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How to lose weight and keep it off for women at midlife? We’ve all heard that fasting is a great way to lose weight and keep it off. But how is intermittent fasting different from other diets? How can it help women at midlife? If you’re looking to lose weight at midlife, fasting is a simple way to reset your hormones and jumpstart your metabolism. In this episode, we’ll learn about how you can stay motivated to keep up the intermittent fasting regimen and how you can make it work for you. Our guest for this episode, Cynthia Thurlow, shares her story of weight loss and how she used intermittent fasting as part of her overall lifestyle change. She gives some helpful tips about how to make sure that your weight loss plan is sustainable and how to avoid some common mistakes that people make when they try intermittent fasting. Cynthia Thurlow is the CEO and founder of the Everyday Wellness Project, nurse practitioner, international speaker, and globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting and nutritional health. Her TEDx talk, Intermittent Fasting, a Transformative Technique, has over 10 million views. Cynthia has been featured on ABC, FOX5, KTLA, CW, and in Medium and Entrepreneur. Cynthia's mission is to educate women on the benefits of intermittent fasting and overall holistic health and wellness, so they feel empowered to live their most optimal lives. If you’re looking for a midlife weight loss plan, I highly recommend this episode. Let’s listen to what Cynthia Thurlow has to say! Get your FREE gift here: See for privacy and opt-out information.