You can download your free PDF copy on Monday, September 15th, but right now why don’t you take a few moments to chew on this juicy excerpt from the Introduction and gaze into a full snapshot of the Table of Contents.
Intermittent Fasting: Clearing up the Misconceptions
“Excuse me, Josie, but I’m not mis-confused whatsoever. I already know about Intermittent Fasting. All you have to do is refrain from gnawing on foodstuffs until the internal stomach compartment feels shriveled and dead with misery. Once all food-happiness in life has been erased, THAT is when the weight loss begins to happen.”
Oh, heck naw! Take it from a woman with double stomachs lined with steel. I have the kind of stomachs that moonlight as a community receptacle for all things tasty. There’s no way I would give up my waffles with warm maple syrups, pancakes with bacon, hot rolls with melted buttery goodness, pizza slices, crappy breakfast cereal, Cinnabons, and extra-large portions of peach cobbler.
Whatever you find yummy, you don’t need to banish it from your hungry life in exchange for the body transformation you desire. There is as happy medium you can achieve with food while still getting lean.
I’m glad you decided to plant your eyeballs here because it’s time to break down the ins and outs of Intermittent Fasting, and clear up the misconceptions.
This handy guide is dropping knowledge on:
- An overview of various Intermittent Fasting styles with a detailed focus on the Leangains method.
- Benefits of fasting: the kind of results you might achieve, including the ability to enjoy your favorite greedy food pleasures without guilt.
- How to prepare for, structure and implement your fasts.
- Mastering the challenges of Intermittent Fasting.
- Other important tools to help bring about an epic body transformation.
- Answers to most frequently asked questions.
Although the info in this Guide is pretty damn epic, I confess I didn’t start out with warm & cozy feelings about Intermittent Fasting. I was extremely skeptical and concerned I would feel starved and get no results. I came across a good deal of success stories while doing my initial research, but still felt this fasting thing might not work out.
“Maybe a self-induced Food Coma is a better option, Josie.”
…yep, that’s what I told myself.
You might be feeling the same way right now, and that’s okay. The fact that you’re reading this Guide is a testament to your investigative superpowers to carefully look into the matter…
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When you stop back on Monday to download your Guide, please remember to bring snacks. Your interplanetary access to the internet will be permanently blocked unless you send me some snacks through the Food Teleporter.