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The Scientific Approach to Intermittent Fasting

The Scientific Approach to Intermittent Fasting The people who say they don t have time to take care of themselves will soon discover they re spending all their time being sick Patricia Alexander Intermittent fasting is a phenomenon that is current

  • Title: The Scientific Approach to Intermittent Fasting
  • Author: Michael VanDerschelden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The people who say they don t have time to take care of themselves will soon discover they re spending all their time being sick Patricia Alexander Intermittent fasting is a phenomenon that is currently one of the world s most popular health and fitness trends It involves alternating cycles of fasting and eating, instead of eating all hours during the day It isn t The people who say they don t have time to take care of themselves will soon discover they re spending all their time being sick Patricia Alexander Intermittent fasting is a phenomenon that is currently one of the world s most popular health and fitness trends It involves alternating cycles of fasting and eating, instead of eating all hours during the day It isn t a diet, but rather an eating pattern It does not include any rules about what foods to eat, but rather when you should eat them As noted by Time magazine, intermittent fasting is becoming so popular because of one reason it works It works whether you are trying to lose weight, or just improve your biomarkers to achieve optimal health In a nutshell, it is the way we are designed to eat It allows us to use fat as our primary fuel instead of carbohydrates by adopting the way our ancestors used to eat Unlike so many diets out there, this is not the latest fad diet portrayed in popular media Dieting is a multi billion dollar global industry, and there is not a shred of evidence people are becoming slimmer as a result In fact, the opposite is true The percentage of obesity keeps increasing and has now reached epidemic proportions all over the world Intermittent fasting, however, has proven to be a safe and effective approach that promotes not just fat loss, but actually improves overall health in ways no other lifestyle modification could do What differentiates intermittent fasting from any other diet is the extreme abundance of high quality, peer reviewed research to back up all of its claims and results It also serves as the way humans were physiologically designed to eat, period I truly believe this is the most powerful intervention out there if you re struggling with your health, weight, or any chronic disease In addition, the other benefits it has to offer are nothing short of spectacular The list of health benefits includes, but are not limited to 1 Massive fat burning and weight loss 2 Increased human growth hormone production 3 Enhanced brain function 4 Insulin sensitivity 5 Improvement of beneficial gut bacteria 6 Reduction in cancer 7 Leptin sensitivity 8 Ghrelin hormone normalization hunger hormone 9 Elimination of sugar cravings 10 Reduced oxidative stress 11 Increased lifespan and longevity In this book we will go over the many benefits intermittent fasting can bring to you It is also going to cover the specific ways you can implement this fasting regimen in your life, as well as going over common questions and concerns you might have The scientific health benefits we go over are very important A lot of these benefits will seem exaggerated, but this is simply a review of the scientific literature and is not mere opinion on my part.

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    1. Great information for anyone starting or has been doing Intermittent fasting, wish I had known this stuff a long time ago

    2. Decent review about IFDecent and broad overview of intermittent fasting. This book is an easy and quick read, well adapted scientific content for lay public. However, I personally lacked some more scientific content, although there was a good attempt to briefly introduce all the various biochemical pathways involved. On the bright side the author has used a good plethora of references (which could've been referenced in the text better), but some of them seemed a bit forced and not detailed. Init [...]

    3. Intermittent fasting is nothing new, it's been around since the beginning of time. What if we've taken all the control away from our body to function as it should? Fasting and limiting intake of when we eat allows our body to use stored fats, heal the damaged cells and tissues of our body and work like an engine. We are treating our bodies like we are constantly revving our engines and not allowing it to run. I've been trying fasting for a few weeks now and have found myself past the initially w [...]

    4. Fantastic BookReally got me thinking about my health and easily motivated me to begin skipping breakfast. I'm trying to lose weight/fat and hopefully this will enhance my low carb plan. Beyond that though and most importantly, all the health benefits derived from this simple change make it an absolute no brainer for me. I'm excited, motivated and very hopeful. This book is a keeper, will definitely read again to soak it all in.

    5. Very Informative and Enjoyable ReadThere was a lot of information there and medical books are always a bit slower for me, but this one was excellent. I'm both encouraged and challenged at the thought of really overhauling my diet and routine to live healthier. I know now is the time because like they say it doesn't get easier.The diagrams really helped reenforce the material since I'm a visual person. I would highly recommend.

    6. Very informative, have been IF for two days and so far so good. I am following the rules and found 16:8 as he suggests is pretty easy so far. I suggest everyone or anyone who wants to stArt IF read this first. Very informative, have been IF for two days and so far so good. I am following the rules and found 16:8 as he suggests is pretty easy so far. I suggest everyone or anyone who wants to stArt IF read this first.

    7. Just OKI didn't get much from this book. It is not geared to all age groups and the author focused more on himself than I would have liked. There are other books on the subject that are better grounded in current evidence. I found Dr. Fung's complete guide to fasting much more informative and useful.

    8. Very Well Written and Researched.I've been doing IF for several years and read everything I can get my hands on. There were many new studies mentioned in this book. I, myself, prefer to fast 20 to 24 hours daily. I feel so much better than when I eat more than one meal a day. This is definitely a book to read and digest.

    9. Some valueThis might be a good introduction for those just starting Intermittent Fasting as the information here is basic. The author does do a good job explaining the science in understandable terms.

    10. Great book if you are interested in your health. Thoroughly recommend it.A very different approach to the age old problem of maintaining a healthy weight. Excellent read very interesting especially in relation to the prevention of common illnesses.

    11. Thoroughvery well presented. clearly written and well researched and cited. easy to understand. makes a strong case for if. recommended.

    12. Very interesting book. I read this as a follow on from The Fast Diet and it reinforces and adds more to the idea of fasting and the benefits of it. Good read for anyone considering it.

    13. Good overview on IFGo overview on intermittent fasting. I think there is overwhelming focus on the benefits and less on techniques. Overall good read.

    14. A very good guideClear, objective and extremely useful.Best of all the writing and arrangement of information is done in a very logical and constructive method

    15. Good basic book on IF, why to do and how to get started. Nothing to ground breaking here, but a good source.

    16. Good but Dr Fung's book is betterThis book is good but i find Dr Jason Fung's "The Complete Guide to Fasting" a lot better. I can say that you will have more than enough info by reading Dr Fung's , and I find his recommendation are more flexible and realistic in general than Dr VanDerschelden.

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