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Intermittent Fasting – FREE Review by Dr. John Berardi


In the last year or two, there has been a growing interest in the topic of using Intermittent Fasting as part of nutritional strategies to drop fat. Personally, I’ve never tried it but I’ve read quite a bit about it and it seems like there’s a lot of people out there who have used this strategy successfully. When Dr. John Berardi sent me over his latest work, a FREE online book about his experiences using Intermittent Fasting, I immediately wanted to pass it along to everyone on the site. It’s a FANTASTIC read for anyone interested in learning more on the ins and outs of this unique nutritional strategy.

The thing I love about Berardi, and what you’ll find in this book, is that he doesn’t just read about something before he gives his opinion, he experiments on himself.┬áThe book itself is incredibly well done and if you have any interest in using this strategy yourself at all, you absolutely want to read the free book in its entirety.

He covers each of the major intermittent fasting strategies out there and profiles his experiences giving them a shot, complete with photos, blood work, and more. I was extremely impressed at how much time, effort and work into this book and that he’s just giving it away free. There’s an online version and now a free downloadable .pdf as well.

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Experiments with Intermittent Fasting by Dr. John Berardi

2 Responses to Intermittent Fasting – FREE Review by Dr. John Berardi

  1. pikku says:

    @Danny Millet: You don’t have to just have BCAA’s pre workout; and in your case, it wouldn’t be the best idea. IF is simply a tool to make dieting easier (not having to worry about food in the morning, feeling more full later in the day etc) it isn’t a magic bullet.

    Check Martin Berkhan’s guide: http://www.leangains.com/2010/04/leangains-guide.html and you’ll see he uses no, 1, 2 pre workout meals depending on the client’s situation.

    So for your case, just have 2 pre-workout meals: one at 12.30-1, and one 3.30-4hrs before your thai boxing, then post workout.

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