Live Longer Healthy and Two Amazing Fasting Biohacks: Whether you’re looking to live longer, boost autophagy, lose body fat, heal your hormones, or generally reclaim your health: today’s article is for you. It’s no surprise that I’m passionate about fasting for its powerful ability to heal the body, and today we are going to explore how to boost cellular renewal and stem cell production with two simple fasting bio-hacks.
Live Longer Healthy and Two Amazing Fasting Biohacks
There are many ways to harness the power of fasting. Not every method is suitable for every individual, depending on their current state of health– but there is without a doubt a form of fasting that can benefit you no matter where you’re at in your health journey.
For someone who is new to fasting or is dealing with a more serious chronic condition, intermittent daily fasting might be a more suitable solution for now. Intermittent fasting is the conscious abstinence of food for a certain period of time each day, usually 12-16 hours (with a feeding window of 8-12 hours). Next, there is intermittent fasting paired with one or two weekly 24 hour fasts. Moving on up we have prolonged water fasts, generally lasting 5+ days but lasting weeks in some cases. Lastly, we have dry fasting whereby no food or water is consumed for a limited period of time, in some cases up to 12 days.
No matter where you’re at in your health journey, incorporating a fasting routine will help your body clean house, reset your microbiome, and supercharge your immune system. You will recycle old damaged cells through a process called autophagy, which will then lead to a surge in new stem cells. One type of these stem cells is called resident stem cells, which go to work in specific areas of the body that you’re trying to heal.
Stem Cells and Fasting
Stem cells matter because they are essentially the seeds of all biological life. All human life begins with a single totipotent stem cell in the embryonic stage, which eventually multiplies to form a living being. These stem cells are like baby cells that don’t know what they want to be when they grow up: they have unlimited potential.
Stem cells have the ability to morph into anything the body needs, including a brain cell, a liver cell, a heart cell, or a skin cell. The production of stem cells are abundant when we are young, which can be seen in how quickly a child can heal from a cut or bruise. As we age, our ability to produce stem cells declines, as does our ability to heal and regenerate our body.
By harnessing the power that fasting has to generate new stem cells, we effectively slow down the impact of biological aging and give our body the ability to renew itself and heal. This process is truly incredible and the more that you heal, the longer and more intensely you can incorporate prologued fasting into your life.
Fasting Biohacks: Two Tricks
Fasting can be challenging, but today we are going to explore a couple of ways that you can make the process a bit easier. Both of these products came to life out of a desire to get more out of my own fasting experiences. As I explored the literature I found out that there are many ways to drive the production of stem cells, and that by combining these methods with fasting I could get more profound results with less struggle. I developed these products for personal use and had such success with them that we took it to market.
The two fasting biohack products work synergistically together. CellCLR is taken daily during the fasting window, and CellReNu is taken daily during the feeding window. Both supplements target the production of stem cells by driving deeper autophagy during the fasting period and by supporting that surge of stem cells during the feeding period.
Fasting Biohack #1: CellCLR
CellCLR is a supplement that I take daily during my periods of intermittent fasting to stimulate more autophagy. The more deeply you can tap into autophagy, the more stem cells you will produce once you start eating again– so a side effect of CellCLR is a higher boost in stem cell production as well.
CellCLR is made up of nutrients and herbs that are scientifically proven to promote higher levels of this cellular autophagy in the body. These all-natural ingredients include Green tea extract, Acetyl-l-carnitine, Gynostemma, Naringin, Berberine, Ginseng, Reishi mushroom extract, Schizandra, Turmeric extract, Resveratrol, Niacinamide, Fisetin, Leucine, and Silica.
- The removal of damaged or senescent cells
- Natural Detoxification
- Increased fat burning
- Increased energy levels
- Increased cognitive function
- A healthy inflammatory response
If I’m doing prolonged water fasts (5+ days), I take CellCLR daily during the fast to help deepen autophagy. Essentially CellCLR is the daily supplement anytime you’re in the fasting window of either a daily intermittent fast or a prolonged fast.
Fasting Biohack #2: CellReNu
CellReNu is a supplement that I take during my eating window period of daily intermittent fasting, to stimulate that surge of stem cells and activate my current reserve of stem cells.
CellReNu was designed to enhance the many pathways that produce and support stem cell production and the body’s natural healing abilities. These nutrients and herbs have been shown to maximize stem cell production in a clinical setting, and include Astragalus, Deer antler velvet, He shou wu, Panax ginseng, Rehmannia, Salvia, Angelica, Ligusticum, Blue-green algae, Resveratrol, NMN, Leucine, and Silica.
- Adult stem cell rejuvenation
- Better memory, focus, and learning
- Healthy immune function
- Healthy hormonal balance
- Healthy blood glucose levels
- Healthy blood pressure levels
- Increased energy and endurance during exercise
- Faster recovery
During prolonged water fasts, I introduce CellReNu on the day that I break my fast. CellReNu is the supplement for periods of feeding that are following a fasting period. It helps your body’s natural regenerative process.
Fasting Biohacks: Quality Matters
It took us almost a year to sift through the literature and source the highest possible quality supplements. The importance of this cannot be understated because the supplement industry is notoriously unregulated. When you’re trying to get better, the last thing you want is to be taking a supplement that is going to make you sicker. Not to mention the waste of money and time that comes with poorly produced supplements. They are supplements we use ourselves daily and are a way for me to channel my pain into purpose. By sharing these tools and strategies of healing, my life’s work has become natural medicine and empowering individuals to heal their chronic conditions.
Autophagy is A Life-Long Ally
Despite having healed from my chronic illness, I continue to take these two supplements daily as a fasting biohack. The beauty of autophagy is that it helps rid your body of damaged cells retroactively but also acts as the most powerful preventative healer. In today’s modern society we are incessantly exposed to pollutants, stress, and factors that lead to inflammation and cellular damage. Although we may be ticking all the healthy boxes, it is inevitable that we come into contact with agents that can derail our inner ecosystem.
The aging process alone comes with various degenerations of cellular health, and so living a lifestyle that encourages daily autophagy is no doubt a way to support the body’s ability to heal itself. Incorporating daily intermittent fasting with the power of my two favorite fasting biohacks, CellCLR and CellReNu. This is one easy way to work with your body and tap into the healing mechanism of autophagy every single day.
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