Melt Fat WITHOUT Dieting?! (WOW)
Let’s be real here. The reason why most diets fail is because they’re no fun at all.
Counting calories… eating like a bird… giving up everything you love—who wants to do that for the rest of their lives?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could melt fat without even trying?
Well you can… here’s how.
When it comes to losing weight, more and more evidence is showing that when you eat is more important than what you eat.
There’s a way of eating that focuses on exactly that. It’s called intermittent fasting.
Intermittent fasting involves only eating for a specific number of hours in the day, but other than that, there are no set rules.
Some eat in a four-hour window and others in a 12-hour window.
But when it comes to your eating window… is less really more?
Researchers wanted to find out.
They had one group of obese adults eat in a four-hour window (1-5p.m.) and another group eat in a six-hour window (1-7p.m.).
The participants ate whatever they wanted during their eating window. And during their fasting hours, they drank only water or other calorie-free beverages.
After ten weeks, both groups had lost three percent of their body weight.
Both groups also achieved lower oxidative stress levels and reduced insulin resistance. That’s a big step to helping guard against type 2 diabetes!
These results tell us two things:
- There are clear—and immediate—benefits to intermittent fasting.
- Less is not always more.
If you can gain the exact same benefits with a six-hour eating window, that’s what I’d opt for.
A six-hour window is ideal because gives you time to build up an appetite between lunchtime and dinner.
I don’t recommend eating after dark anyway, and I’ve found it to be easy not to “break my fast” until the early afternoon.
Give it a try. You’ll be surprised by the benefits you’ll get without even trying.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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