The Science of Intermittent Fasting

audiobook (Unabridged) A Simple Beginner's Guide to Heal Your Body, Activate the Self-Cleansing Process of Autophagy & Burn the Unwanted Stubborn Fats

By Michael M. Sisson

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Does Dieting Push You to Your Limit? Wouldn't It Be Great To Diet Without the Suffering?

How draining can a diet be? Think about it: the constant cravings, the stressed mind, and the low energy body. If you want to lose fat the right way, you need to melt down those stubborn fats and not just losing water weight which looks good on the weighing scale but not on the mirror. The answer to it? The book 'The Science of Intermittent Fasting' offers valuable insight on one of the most successful secret of all times! If you're serious about losing weight, this is the book for you.

What exactly is the Intermittent Fasting?

Unlike the usual fasting, an ancient practice that goes back to thousands of years, the intermittent fasting is designed to give us the highest level of energy. Therefore, you won't go hungry or feel weak, Your body will have the adaptability to easily get accustomed to intermittent fasting. As a result you'll start losing the excessive weight faster.


What are the benefits of intermittent fasting?

● Self-cleanse your body through the process of autophagy, promoting a better health;

● Improves your eating habits;

● Balances your body, giving you more energy throughout the day;

● Reduces the risks of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity;

Makes you lose weight consistently while keeping you healthy.

The Science of Intermittent Fasting