What’s in this Fasting Book? Information on Different Intermittent Fasting Protocols Intermittent Fasting Dos and Don’ts Write Down What You Ate Record Your Calories Record Your Macros (Protein, Fat, and Carbs) Record Your Sleep Time Record Your Fasting Times Log Your Workouts Record Each Date and Day How You’re Feeling Each Day A Page For Your Before and After Photos Size: 6×9 Inches Perfect Bound Softcover Notebook Beautiful Matte Finish on Cover This IF Journal Also Includes: A Weekly Meal Planner & Grocery List 30 Day Measurement Charts To Measure Your Body, Your Weight and Write Down Goals Plus Pages to Record Your Favorite Meals & Recipes How Does Intermittent Fasting Work? Some people use Intermittent Fasting (aka IF) to decrease the calories they eat each day so they can lose weight using the “CICO” method (Calories In, Calories Out). By fasting and not eating for part of the day, you can naturally decrease calories, put yourself in a calorie deficit and can lose weight. If you’re using Intermittent Fasting for Autophagy, Autophagy will help your body to achieve cellular regeneration and help you live a healthier life. You can also practice a Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting, wherein you eat a low carb, high-fat Diet (aka LCHF Diet). The Intermittent Fasting Guide Includes Information About the Most Popular Intermittent Fasting Protocols, which are: 16/8 Intermittent Fasting Protocol One Meal A Day (OMAD) Intermittent Fasting Protocol Alternate Day Intermittent Fasting Protocol 5:2 Intermittent Fasting Protocol Does Intermittent Fasting Work? YES. It can work if you are consistent with your Intermittent Fasting Diet. To use Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss or for Autophagy, consistently follow an Intermittent Fasting Protocol and decrease Calories (or Carbs if you are combining Intermittent Fasting and the Keto Diet). Is Intermittent Fasting Healthy? YES. With Intermittent Fasting, you shorten your eating period so eat less and experience Weight Loss and/or Autophagy. It’s similar to a diet, where you decrease your calories per meal, or where you decrease carbs or fat – Except that you fast and then can generally eat your regular calories typically during lunch and dinner (if you’re following a 16:8 protocol). Intermittent Fasting is a way to delay eating foods, without depriving yourself of them. Benefits of Intermittent Fasting May Include Weight Loss, Autophagy, Hormonal Balance, Increased Energy, Lower Cholesterol, Lowered Risk of Heart Disease, Lowered Risk of Diabetes, Better Sleep, Better Sex, Better Mobility, Decreased Joint Pain, and Lower Blood Sugar. Food Journaling is an Effective Strategy to Help You Get Healthier, Lose Fat, and Feel Better. And A Workout Log Can Help You To Get More Fit By Tracking Exercises You Do – Whether You Run, Lift Weights, Walk, Hike, Play Team Sports, Ski and/or Swim. And the Beautiful Thing About This Food Diary is That You Can Begin Your Diet Whenever You Want. It Also Allows for Different Diets and Ways of Eating Within Your Intermittent Fasting Protocol, Which Can Include Paleo, Vegan, Low Fat, Keto, Vegetarian, Mediterranean, Gluten Free or Any Other Way You Want to Eat. Keeping Track of Your Nutrition, Calories and Exercise Can Help You to Become Leaner and Stronger. And it will Help You to Better With Tracking Your Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. BUY A COPY of this Intermittent Fasting Planner TODAY!