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The Fast Diet: The Simple Secret of Intermittent Fasting: Lose Weight, Stay Healthy, Live Longer by Michael MosleyThe #1 New York Times bestseller!
Is it possible to eat normally, five days a week, and become slimmer and healthier as a result?
Simple answer: yes. You just limit your calorie intake for two nonconsecutive days each week—500 calories for women, 600 for men. You’ll lose weight quickly and effortlessly with the FastDiet.
Scientific trials of intermittent fasters have shown that it will not only help the pounds fly off, but also reduce your risk of a range of diseases from diabetes to cardiovascular disease and even cancer. “The scientific evidence is strong that intermittent fasting can improve health,” says Dr. Mark Mattson, Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences, National Institute on Aging, and Professor of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University.
This book brings together the results of new, groundbreaking research to create a dietary program that can be incorporated into your busy daily life, featuring:
• Forty 500- and 600-calorie meals that are quick and easy to make
• 8 pages of photos that show you what a typical “fasting meal” looks like
• The cutting-edge science behind the program
• A calorie counter that makes dieting easy
• And much more.
Far from being just another fad, the FastDiet is a radical new way of thinking about food, a lifestyle choice that could transform your health. This is your indispensable guide to simple and effective weight loss, without fuss or the need to endlessly deprive yourself.
News analysis: Does the 5:2 fast diet work?
Subscribe to BBC Good Food magazine and get triple-tested recipes delivered to your door, every month. Is fasting healthy and is it an effective and safe way to lose weight? In recent years, the media attention given to diets such as the diet have made fasting a popular choice among those wishing to lose weight without having to give up particular foods. This is still an emerging area of research and these links are as yet inconclusive. Studies suggest that when you compare IF with daily calorie restriction it is equally as effective at promoting weight loss in those who are overweight and obese. Results will vary, however, dependent on your individual circumstances and the amount of weight you have to lose.
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Lynne Truss, if you're reading, miss that baby at your peril. You'll Usain bolt your official Maccy D's down believing this will lead to eternal youth. Suddenly you're dead. And obese to boot! No, it means eat, then fast, as in don't eat. Because they scientists and that reckon there's a link between calorie restriction and longevity. Michael Mosley is off on a fascinating journey to find out — in the US, a country obviously famous for its calorie restriction.
Subscribe to BBC Good Food magazine and get triple-tested recipes delivered to your door, every month. If you've ever considered following a weight loss diet make sure you have all the facts first. Our health editor and nutritionist take a look at the diet The part-time diet that still allows you to eat chocolate cake yet lose weight has hit the headlines and taken off in a big way. However, the dawn of ushered in a new spin on a practice that had more commonly been associated with religious rituals or even political protests. The intermittent fast , a weight loss wonder with some other potential but as yet unproven health benefits was snapped up by the UK dieting community who, feeling the bulge after Christmas , were told they could eat what they wanted for the majority of the week and still lose weight. The recommendations in both books vary slightly, though the general principles of the diet remain the same.