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Motivational Fasting

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Mar 6, 2022

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In the Harry Potter series, the term muggle is used to identify non-magical folk. It is no coincidence that boy wizard Harry's muggle relatives, The Dursleys, are not only non-magical, but so straightlaced you can almost see their metaphorical straightjackets under their clothes. They are more blinkered than a racehorse at The Grand National, and more small-minded than the Buriolestes schultzi dinosaur, whose brain was the size of a pea.

For many years now, I have been using the term Muggle to refer to anyone who I find narrow-minded, lacking in curiosity and never questions their beliefs. 

Fasting muggles are people who dismiss this awesome health tool out of hand. If you have had to face the derision of fasting muggles, you will know how demotivating it can be. You do your first day intermittent fasting and are super proud of yourself. Now tell a fasting muggle and watch them gleefully puncture your well-deserved excitement and pride in your hard work.

You need to know how to handle these people, and I show you how in this episode.

Once you liberate yourself from worrying about the irrelevant opinions of fasting muggles, you are free to maximise the transformative power of a life lived to the full.