8-Hour Diet TORCHES Belly Fat
Let’s be honest.
Most diets focus on just one thing: weight loss.
But what if there was a diet that could help you lose the type of weight that really messes with your health?
Well, there is.
And it will help you TORCH you the belly fat that leads to diabetes, cancer and other serious disease.
The results are REAL… and life-changing.
And it’s something I do myself.
It doesn’t matter how much you eat. It doesn’t even matter what you eat.
Intermittent fasting is all about when you eat… and when you don’t.
There are various ways to follow intermittent fasting, but all of them involve the same basic principle: Go for a period of time without eating.
Personally, I follow the 8:16 method. I eat for 8 hours a day, and I don’t eat for the other 16.
Some people choose to go one or two entire days per week without eating.
But however you choose to do it, the benefits of intermittent fasting are clear, and the list is getting longer every day.
One review of multiple studies found that people who followed intermittent fasting lost 3-8% of their body fat over a range of 3-24 weeks.
Even better? It specifically helps you lose belly fat – the key driver of all the diseases of aging.
But in addition to helping you shed this deadly fat, intermittent fasting has four other incredible health benefits.
#1 Intermittent Fasting Lowers Your Diabetes Risk
One study showed that when overweight people followed intermittent fasting, it helped them lose weight and reduced their risk of diabetes. In fact, evidence shows that it can reduce insulin resistance, lower blood sugar levels, and lower insulin levels by as much as 31%.
#2 Intermittent Fasting Improves Your Heart Health
Studies show that intermittent fasting leads to lower blood pressure, lower heart rate, and lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels – all factors that increase your risk of heart disease.
#3 Intermittent Fasting Reduces Your Cancer Risk
Numerous animal studies have shown that dietary restriction reduces the risk of cancer. This could be due to many factors, including its ability to reduce inflammation, reduce weight, and reduce insulin – all of which up your cancer risk.
#4 Intermittent Fasting Boosts Your Brain
Studies show that intermittent fasting improves memory and learning. And it’s been linked to a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and stroke. This could be tied to its ability to reduce inflammation in the brain, which is a risk factor for neurological diseases.
If you need help getting started with intermittent fasting, download the Zero – Fasting Tracker app. It can help you keep track of your fasting window.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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