Zoe Marshall fasts for TWO WEEKS at a time only drinking sips of water

Footy WAG Zoe Marshall reveals she fasts for TWO WEEKS at a time without food or juice - and 'only drinks sips of water'

By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:29 GMT, 2 March 2020 | Updated: 23:33 GMT, 2 March 2020

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Zoe Marshall has revealed she fasts for two weeks at a time.

The TV and radio presenter, who is married to NRL player Benji Marshall, made the startling revelation in an Instagram post on Monday.

She shared a photo of herself sitting in a tub filled with ice, a method used by athletes to sooth sore muscles and inflammation. 

'No food, no juice': Footy WAG Zoe Marshall, 35, revealed she fasts for two weeks drinking only 'sips of water'

'No food, no juice': Footy WAG Zoe Marshall, 35, revealed she fasts for two weeks drinking only 'sips of water' 

Zoe, 35, wrote in the caption: 'Whenever I feel uncomfortable about doing something that's when I know I'm getting called to do it.

'Whether that’s fasting for two weeks (no food, no juice, sips of water only) or it's sitting in zero degrees.'

Fasting is a diet method that involves restricting what you eat at different times of the day or the week.

Last year, one of Australia's leading nutritionists Lee Holmes told FEMAIL that studies have found intermittent fasting can improve your metabolism. 

Chilled out: The brunette beauty, who is no stranger to alternative health methods, shared an Instagram post of herself sitting in an inflatable tub filled with ice. Ice baths are a technique used by athletes and gym-goers to sore muscles and inflammation

Chilled out: The brunette , who is no stranger to alternative health methods, shared an Instagram post of herself sitting in an inflatable tub filled with ice. Ice baths are a technique used by athletes and gym-goers to sore muscles and inflammation

She said it can help revamp good gut bacteria and help shed a few kilos. 

There are a number of different options available - the most popular of which is the 5:2 approach, which involves eating 25 per cent of the recommended calorie intake on two scheduled fasting days and then eat normally the other five days that week.

'In my opinion, this is a great way to rest the digestive system. However, the food consumed on fasting days should be real

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