1. Intermittent fasting forces your body to burn more fat
After you eat a meal your blood sugar rises and your blood sugar (along
with the stored carbs/glycogen
in your body) is the energy
calories your body uses or burns to keep you alive, functioning properly and to do all
As you fast or not eat anything for long periods of time your blood sugar
gets lower & the amount of carbs stored in your body gets lower and when this happens…
Your body has no choice but to start burning your body fat for energy to keep
you alive, functioning properly and to do all your daily activities and
Your body fat is just the accumulation of all the excess calories you overate so every time you eat too much…
2. Intermittent Fasting increases your energy & metabolism because…
As your blood sugar or energy levels gets lower & lower as you fast…
is going respond to this by re-energizing you by releasing more
adrenaline (or norepinephrine) which will cause you to have more
more alert and be more focused but more importantly…
As your body release adrenaline it forces your
body to burn fat (mainly the stubborn fat on your belly, thighs & hips) in order
for you to get that much needed energy after your blood sugar drops but the
theory to why your body does that is because…
Our ancestors (like the
Geico caveman) would routinely go thru long
unplanned fasting periods and while fasting their bodies would release adrenalin
to give them the energy they needed to go hunting for the food they needed to
When your blood sugar, stored carbs/glycogen & insulin levels are lower from fasting
you'll naturally burn more fat for energy (without any extra dieting or exercise) so guess what happens when you exercise while you're fasting…
Tip: Take advantage of the extra adrenaline being released
by working out near the end of your fast or before your first meal so you can workout
longer & harder to burn more fat.
Take a fat burner, ZERO-to-low calorie coffee or green tea about
30-to-60 minutes before your workout to get even more energy for your
If working out fasted scares you…
Then simply break-your-fast with a small meal and then workout or
simply schedule your workouts within your 4-to-10 hour feasting periods.
Intermittent Fasting Works!
Lost 33 Lbs. Intermittent Fasting
This is the change in 101 days!!!! 33 pounds down! It's a result of eating completely clean, doing intermittent fasting (for the most part) and working out 4-6 days a week
From 220-to-145 in 10 months
I want to say thanks! I have
struggled with my weight all my life, and I am 28. I am not stupid and completed my homework before trying intermittent fasting. I started by getting to one meal a
day within the first month and by month two I was calorie counting to try to keep that one meal at 1500-1700 calories.
Basically, I am a 28 year old male 5' 7" in
height that started 10 months ago in December weighing 220 pounds. Today, exactly 10 months later I weigh 145 pounds. I have lost 75 pounds!!!
had full blood work done and I am now normal on every test and I have been yanked off my blood pressure medicine.
Thanks for all your help!
Intermittent Fasting for a smaller waist
I just want to thank u for NowLoss.com. I have loss 25lbs following the intermittent fasting and HIIT. I am soo wishing I can meet you to thank you in person. All I can say is wow is this really me.
My Lower Tummy Went Away
Update: after doing intermittent fasting for a week, my lower tummy is finally
disappearing. I think this was exactly what I needed to get over that hump I reached. I had a permanent bloated belly - LOL
She lost 28 Lbs. Intermittent Fasting…
I just want to say thank you for doing your website! You have helped me so much and I wanted to share my progress with you from intermittent fasting and a diet of 1800 cal a day.
I started at 179lbs & now weigh 151lbsI think I have finally found a life plan that fits with my lifestyle!
Thank you Ursula G
7 More benefits of intermittent fasting…
Decreases your chances of getting cancer risk.
You're less likely to become diabetic.
Improves your cognitive function.
You're less likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease.
Helps you live longer
Protects you from the effects of Alzheimer's & Parkinson's diseases.
2 reasons intermittent fasting may not be for you
1. Your lifestyle or…
Your current schedule, situation,
stress or a wide variety of reasons may not allow
you to get into the habit of fasting 14+ hours a day and…
If this is the case for you and you really want to use intermittent fasting
then you need to find a way to make fasting fit your schedule or…