Vail Daily column: An insight to intermittent fasting

30th June, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

“When a wild predator such as a lion hunts and eats its kill, it eats in safety and only to the point of satiety. Then it leaves, and the surviving prey know that the lion is no longer a threat, at least for the time being, simply because lions don’t hunt when they are not hungry. They become peaceful. They lie on their back, enjoy the sun and sleep. However, when you put predators in a cage they often eat and eat and usually don’t stop until they get sick. They will eventually die if their captors don’t control their …

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