Interested In Intermittent Fasting Anyone?

Filed under: Publications — @ July 9, 2007

Dr. Michael Eades encourages skipping meals to naturally cut calories

I’ve been getting a lot of traffic coming to my blog as well as e-mails from people lately regarding the concept known as “intermittent fasting.” We first heard about this nutritional concept from low-carb expert and Protein Power co-author Dr. Mike Eades last Fall.

That’s why I dedicated Episode 67 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore” to this subject and recalled my own personal experience trying this “intermittent fast” for myself. The results of this experiment for me were quite captivating in ways I couldn’t have imagined at the time–to say the least! Hear all about it in today’s podcast:

icon for podpress  ”The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore” Episode 67 [16:52m]: Play in Popup | Download

I’m all for people finding new and exciting ways to help them reduce their weight and get their health in order. When I weighed 410 pounds in 2004, the Atkins diet was my chosen method for getting there. Over time, as your body adjusts to your new weight, something like an intermittent fast to help naturally reduce calories may be needed for weight management. Dr. Eades recognizes that which is why he supports this idea.

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What do you think about Dr. Eades’ “intermittent fasting” and skip-a-meal recommendation for naturally reducing calories? Have you implemented such a strategy into your own diet? If so, how did it work for you? Good? Bad? Ugly? :D

Tell us all about it and let’s hear what happened to you. It wasn’t a pretty picture for me, but perhaps it’s EXACTLY what YOU need to help kickstart your low-carb lifestyle into high gear. I look forward to your responses.

Plus, I’m happy to announce a special contest being conducted with our new sponsor Atkins Nutritionals. Go to the show notes section of Episode 67 to find out how YOU can win a cool prize to the first ten people compliments of Atkins.


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