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Types of Fasting, KETO, Weight Loss Foods & Tips in Hindi/Urdu

Types of Fasting, KETO, Weight Loss Foods & Tips in Hindi/Urdu by Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Saifi
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Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Saifi
B.U.M.S. (India), N.D. (USA)
Doctor of Unani & Naturopathic Medicine
Ibn Al Nafees Medical Clinic, Dubai
Tel: 04 2899 621

Licensed Specialist: Naturopathic Medicine, UAE (MOH, DHA)
Ex. Dean, Academy of Complementary Medicine (ACM)
Knowledge Village, Dubai, UAE
American Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor
Ex. Naturopathic Doctor, Wellness Center, Hollywood, CA, USA
Member of American Naturopathic Medical Association

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Dr. Iftikhar is a Unani and Naturopathic Doctor, in practice, alhamdulillah, for more than 20 years (India, USA and now in Dubai).
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What is Keto (Ketogenic Diet) and Intermittent Fasting (IF)

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कीटो और आंतरायिक उपवास क्या है

“Keto” in the ketogenic diet means that the body now uses “ketones” as a fuel for energy instead of the usual glucose.

This is another and better fuel source to supply the body. Ketones are created when you eat fewer carbohydrates (that are quickly converted into blood sugar) and also just an adequate amount of protein (as they also tend to convert into glucose if consumed much).

The liver produces ketones from fat. These ketones then function as a fuel supply for the whole body, particularly for the brain. The brain is a pretty hungry organ that consumes plenty of energy each day, and a good thing is that it can better run on fat (ketones) than glucose. Although some studies say, that still brain needs about 15% calories from glucose.

On a ketogenic diet, your entire body becomes a fat burning machine 24-7. It becomes easier to access your fat stores to burn them off.

This is nice if you’re making an attempt to melt the fat off, plus many other health benefits including feeling less hungry and enjoy sustainable and steady energy throughout the day.
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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is the secret of health since ever. It has been an important part of religious practices particularly Islam, where its compulsory for every adult, healthy, Muslim to fast in the month of Ramadhan for a consecutive 30 days. Besides, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) practiced and encouraged Muslims to fast 2 days every week (Monday and Thursday) as well as 3 days each month i.e. 13, 14 and 15th of Lunar dates.

It’s a secret because this powerful habit has been virtually forgotten by most other religions except Islam. Thanks to Allah, that more and more studies are coming up supporting the benefits of fasting. It carries numerous benefits if it is done right: weight loss, increased energy, reduced inflammation, the reversal of type 2 diabetes and many other things. Plus, you’ll save time and money.

Intermittent fasting may promote Autophagy and Mitophagy.
Intermittent fasting – isn’t that starvation?

Food is easily available, but you choose not to eat it. Besides, Islamic fast (of course it is much more beneficial), Intermittent fasting can be for any period of time, from a few hours up to days or even weeks on end. You may begin a fast at any time of your choosing, and you may end a fast at will, too. You can start or stop a fast for any reason or no reason at all.

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Disclaimer: While intermittent fasting has many proven benefits, it’s still controversial. A potential danger regards medications, especially for diabetes, where doses often need to be adapted. Discuss any changes in medication and relevant lifestyle changes with your doctor.

This guide is written for adults with health issues, including obesity, that could benefit from intermittent fasting.

People who should NOT fast includes people who are underweight or have eating disorders like anorexia, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and people under the age of 18 should consult the doctor before fasting.

Any information on diseases and treatments available at this channel is intended for general guidance only and must never be considered a substitute for the advice provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional.

Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care professional with questions you may have regarding your medical problem.

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