Intermittent Fasting For Dummies
Intermittent fasting is a popular health and fitness diet plan that has many extraordinary health benefits. It is much easier to maintain than traditional, calorie-controlled diets. Benefits include promoting weight and body fat loss, stabilizing blood sugar levels, increasing resistance to stress and suppressing inflammation, improving cardiovascular health, supporting brain health and memory, fighting premature aging and fostering a healthier gut. Intermittent Fasting For Dummies provides a step-by-step guide to the five most popular methods, as well as recipes and evidence-based advice about how it can help you achieve weight loss, build muscle, and improve overall health and prevent disease. This paperback book was published by For Dummies and is 320 pages long.
Lose weight and belly fat, prevent disease, boost metabolism, and live longer! So, you want to begin an intermittent fasting plan and embark on a leaner, healthier and longer life? You probably have already heard about this wildly popular health and fitness diet plan. Intermittent fasting continues to be one of the top Google trending diet searches of the year. The truth is that intermittent fasting programs are popular because they are much easier to maintain than traditional, highly restrictive, calorie-controlled diets. Scientific studies show that intermittent fasting can have extraordinary health benefits such as: Promoting weight and body fat loss (especially stubborn belly fat) Stabilizing blood sugar levels, reducing insulin resistance, and managing diabetes Increasing resistance to stress and suppressing inflammation Improving cardiovascular health including lowering resting heart rate, blood pressure and “bad” cholesterol levels Supporting brain health and improving memory Fighting premature aging Fostering a healthier gut Boosting psychological well-being If you are ready to get on the intermittent fasting bandwagon, then here is the perfect step-by-step guide to following an intermittent fasting plan of your choice. Whether it’s the 16:8 method, the Warrior intermittent fasting plan; the Alternate Day intermittent fasting plan; the 5:2 method; or the Eat-Stop-Eat intermittent fasting plan. Too good to be true? No, but the trick―as with everything―is doing it in a safe and effective way and Intermittent Fasting For Dummies makes that easy, providing tried and true evidence-based advice and information about the five most popular methods and 40+ recipes that will suit any lifestyle or diet. Nutrition and fitness expert―and internationally recognized specialist in disease prevention―Janet Bond Brill shows you how to choose the method that suits you best, as well as guiding you through the science behind intermittent fasting, including how it ignites your fat-burning potential, promotes cellular repair, increases the production of growth hormone, and reduces insulin and blood sugar levels. Choose the right plan and stick to it Make more than 40 healthy and delicious nutritionist-approved meals Lose weight and body fat and keep it off Improve overall health and prevent disease Wherever you are in your health journey―seeking weight loss, getting fitter, living a disease prevention lifestyle or building muscle― Intermittent Fasting For Dummies shows you how to make the science of “too good to be true” into a truly effective part of your regular, healthy routine. Read more
Publisher: For Dummies; 1st edition (November 13, 2020)
Paperback: 320 pages
Weight: 1.27 pounds
Dimensions: 7.3 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Customer F.A.Q. about Intermittent Fasting For Dummies
What is the best way for someone new to intermittent fasting to begin?
What is the maximum amount of weight that can be lost in a month with intermittent fasting?
What is the best way for a beginner to begin intermittent fasting in order to lose weight?
Start with shorter fasting windows: Begin with a 12-hour fasting window, then
gradually increase the length of your fasts until you reach 16-20 hours.
Experiment with different types of fasting: Try alternate-day fasting, where
you fast every other day, or time-restricted feeding, where you fast for 12-16
hours each day.
How would you describe intermittent fasting in a straightforward manner?
Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where individuals alternate between periods of eating and fasting. Common approaches to intermittent fasting include alternate-day fasting, where a person consumes a normal diet one day and either fasts or consumes a very small meal (less than 500 calories) the next day, and time-restricted eating, where a person eats all of their meals within a certain number of hours each day.
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