Are you struggling with weight loss?
Do you have some sort of an illness, such as diabetes, MS or, even worse, obesity?
Can you say that you have as much energy as you'd like?
Do you want to build muscle easily?
Whatever your condition may be, you will definitely benefit from listening to this book.
Intermittent fasting has been practiced ever since Ancient Greece and is advocated by almost all religions of the world. It's the body's inner healing mechanism and the secret of longevity.
This book teaches you everything you need to know about fasting and eating for health. It also includes everything you need to know about this ancient practice and how to start doing it easily.
Our early ancestors followed the eating patterns of feasting and fasting. All of their meals were uncertain and happened randomly. This made them stronger than ever before and turned them into apex predators of their environment. Unfortunately, this is something that we don't see in the modern world anymore. If you look at the condition in which the majority of the population is in, then you can definitely see the necessity of some fat burning.
Intermittent fasting coupled with feasting unleashes the most powerful anabolic hormones inside our bodies. It triggers some of our genetic mechanisms that make us build muscle and burn fat simultaneously - the seemingly impossible.
Most importantly, it will make you hungry for life and unleashes your killer instinct. To get in touch with your inner predator and warrior, then you should definitely listen to this book.
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Being that it has a little home grown feel to it, I think this will put many people off. Don't stress about his accent or slightly faltering speech. He is enthusiastic, and a wealth of knowledge. He is right on track with his recommendations, and foods to eat, as well as supplements. I think he said he was 22? How does someone become so wise, so young! This is a fantastic book, that goes into the science yet is never boring.
There was lots of good information in this book but it's not an easy listen. The orator's accent was so strong it was hard to listen to.
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