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Webinar | Fasting for health and longevity – from calorie restriction to intermittent fasting and the fasting-mimicking diet on 11 April 2019


posted by Research Admin 1 on 8 April 2019



Webinar | Fasting for Health and Longevity with Michael Thomsen

Thursday 11 April, 6pm AEST
Duration: 1 hour - 45 minutes of presentation with 15 minutes Q&A
$50 ACNEM Members | $75 non-members | $15 ACNEM Student Members

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Intermittent fasting diets are the most popular and fastest growing diets emerging as an attractive approach for improving health and longevity. Healthcare practitioners need to know the history, mechanism of action and medical benefits of fasting and intermittent fasting diets in order to provide patients with informed guidance.

The German ‘Buchinger Fast’ is a 4–21 day fasting regime that is safe and well tolerated. It improves emotional and physical well-being, cardiovascular and general risk factors. Research shows that the fasting-mimicking diet has the potential to extend longevity, lower visceral fat, reduce cancer incidence, and rejuvenate the immune system.

In this webinar you will learn:
•    The strategic use and significant benefits of intermittent fasting
•    The reasons why alternate day fasting and 5:2 diets have failed to produce significant results
•    How to administer and incorporate fasting into daily life

About Michael

Michael Thomsen completed studies in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine in Sydney, graduating in 1986. He has a Master of Science, Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Swinburne University. Michael is a PhD scholar, Sydney Medical School and Director of L-Nutra Australia. He is the author of the popular Phytotherapy Desk Reference. Michael specialises in integrative oncology supporting patients with lifestyle and dietary advice, nutritional and herbal medicines and medical hyperthermia via allied clinics. His company, Eusano Healthcare, has pioneered whole body and local hyperthermia in Australia, importing and distributing TGA listed medical infrared and hyperthermia devices.