Intermittent Fasting Dieting Protocol For Maximum Fat Loss

Intermittent Fasting Dieting Protocol For Maximum Fat Loss

Nick Ehrlich talks about the benefits of the intermittent fasting principle, what to expect for your fitness and nutrition, and how to do it most effectively so that you get the biggest improvements to your performance.

People make fasting more complicated than it needs to be. We believe in keeping it simple and seeing results – you can always experiment after that. If you’re new here make sure and take a look at our free audiobook offer Eat Stop Eat Making Fasting Simple Again (And Seeing Real Results).

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  1. I’ll never go back to eating 5 meals a day it’s a pain in the arse and I’m basically hungry all the time . Intermittent fasting is way easier

  2. So much better info than I got from Kinobody. A lot of info packed into 8 minutes. Love how efficient this is. Answered a few questions I had. Thanks a lot.

  3. I have been on an intermittent routine for three weeks, consisting of a six hour eating window with an eighteen hour fast. I work out every second day for one hour while at the end of my fasted state. I eat directly after my workout. In my six hour eating window, I eat about three thousand calories. This is about three hundred to five hundred calories below a regular normal daily diet. Until now I have been working out with moderate to heavy weights for a half a year. I used to work out when I was younger (ages 20 to 35). I am 54 now, and I have gained back most of my muscle from my younger years. Of course I still had a bit of muscle mass from those younger years. I am about 20% body fat, but I hold it well. I have a suprisingly good definition for that kind of excess fat.

    I have lost five Pounds of fat in three weeks with hardly any reduction in calories so far. I feel more energetic and I have noticed some strength gains. Amazing!

  4. I’ve done a 3 hour bike ride 16 hours into an intermittent fast. No problem. It’s amazing how well the body does with no food. (it’s almost intoxicating). In fact, it’s likely the more “in shape” you are, the better your body will handle intermittent fasting and tap into fat.

  5. I’m was 230 pounds started doing if now I’m 210 and have only being doing it for 6 weeks I’m eating 2300 calories a day too

  6. 16/8 is actually quite easy to do…just stop eating at 8:00PM after a big dinner, and don’t eat again until 12:00PM the next day. Done. In the morning after the fast starts, just drink nothing but water and black coffee.

  7. I’m going to be doing this, and I’ll come back every week and tell my results. I’m currently 235 pounds and 5’11 I’m pretty overweight ;-; but im working on getting better.

  8. You’re not actually in a fasted state for 16 hours though if you eat a big meal right before the 16 hours begin right? Because that food you ate will stay in your system and slowly digest/feed your body for hours after you eat it. You’re probably only actually in the “fasted state” for much less time.

  9. 20-4 is actually easier for me cause i’ve no problems being without food for 20 hours no matter what i do and it’s easier cause I can work my eating window around my duties much easier than I could 8 hours, I have to pack much less food to my job, if any actually, depending on when I’m fasting.. I don’t fast at the same time every day, but window is always 4 or 5 hours and I never go under 16 hours of fasting.. for example if I work till 4pm i prefer to go to the gym right after and than eat from like 6-10pm… if i work till 2, i end my fast 2 hours earlier and on and on… sometimes I fast a whole day and eat all daily calories in 1 meal, that’s usually when I’m craving something huge and wanna stuff myself up like a mother fucker and that’s also a reason why I started IF other than being curious.. I was a “breakfast first thing in the morning” kind of guy but when i split my calories throughout the day into smaller meals I was craving bad food at around 6-8pm every single day especially while cutting, now i can just break my fast at 4pm and eat dem protein pancakes at 7pm without worrying I’ll get out of calories per day too soon and than stay hungry as a mother fucker in the evening.. In the end it’s all about personal preference, I’m just getting started with this and I’ll see how it goes.. Considering my cravings this is a better option for me but I still can’t be sure till I’m on it for month at least, that’s when I can give some serious feedback on how it works for me.. Right now I’m pretty happy with how things are.. 🙂


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