Dear, visitor. My name is Vit and this is my intermittent fasting manual called “Intermittent Diet” that will help you understand why short-term fasts are so effective fat loss tool and how you can use it in real life.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
What is Intermittent Diet?
The First Phase: Period of Not-Eating
The Second Phase: Period of Eating
How to Track Your Results
First of all, I would like to say a few words about myself, and what the Intermittent Diet is all about. My name is Vit Kashchuk, and I wrote this manual to help people understand how they can easily simplify and, at the same time, maximize their weight loss by using the method of structured intermittent dieting.
The path I took toward writing Intermittent Diet was not typical for a diet author. First of all, I’m a guy who studied mathematics and statistics at a university for four years. This was a great time in my intellectual life, during which I realized that math is not just about figures and equations. After some training, you begin to develop a mathematical way of seeing the world. There is a moment when math becomes not just your discipline; it becomes a way of thinking.
The first time I had any experience in the dieting world was when my girlfriend told me she wanted to try a low carb diet plan. I wanted to be sure she was trying something that would be safe for her health, so I decided to do some research. Before this time, diet talk for me was similar to fashion talk. I had never given any deep thought to dieting.
I started reading popular fitness magazines, blogs, and forums, and, after a while, the topic of dieting caught my interest. I continued by studying books on weight loss, nutrition, and biochemistry, as well as consulting several diet experts. Since I was initially trained to work with quantitative data, I also collected data from different experimental weight loss studies to figure out what models could fit their findings. My new goal was to find out whether there were any concepts that constantly proved their long-term effectiveness.
The first important piece of information I found was that caloric restriction, even without specific food restrictions, is necessary for effective weight loss. Another interesting finding was the importance of simplicity in a dieting process. A calorie-restricted but complicated diet has been proven to work short-term only. Probably the most astonishing discovery was that, by default, there are two different phases of human metabolism: fed and fasted. The fasted metabolic state promotes a great fat burning effect, however almost 99% of diets don’t advertise this fact.
All these principles apply to the Intermittent Diet, making it the universal diet solution. This means you can lose weight and prevent weight gain by following only the Intermittent Diet manual. Or, if you currently enjoy some type of diet plan but find that it brings you limited results, then the Intermittent Diet is still for you. It can be a great complement to or even a critical missing link in your fat loss nutrition program.
If you want more information on intermittent fasting and weigth loss, I suggest you to read “Eat Stop Eat”, the best-selling intermittent fasting book written by Brad Pilon.