It’s never too early to think about your New Year’s resolutions! If you have, like me, avoided intermittent fasting as a diet method because of long days at the office with extreme commute times, fasting is the perfect way to benefit from working from home (wfh). The Intermittent Fasting Diet Guide and Cookbook makes it easy to begin.
For most of us, the 19 in COVID-19 is not just the year, it is also the minimum weight gained during the pandemic. In fact, personally, I’m embarrassed to admit, it has been more like COVID-39 for me.
The Intermittent Fasting Diet Guide and Cookbook contains all you need to know to start your fasting diet journey. There is a great explanation of how fasting works, the different fasting methods, and how to select the method that will work the best for you. Next up, are meal plans and recipes.
Who doesn’t want to be more healthy, have higher energy, lose some weight and get better rest? Following your personal plan created within the Intermittent Fasting Diet Guide and Cookbook can provide you all those benefits. 2020 is horrible. But I vow to improve in 2021! I personally am going to start out slowly by just shrinking my eating period (16:8) first with no change in diet other than skipping breakfast. Then, when I plateau, I’ll start one of diets explained in the book. There are four diets: low-carb, keto, dairy-free, and vegetarian. Selecting which one works for you is part of the fun of reading the book.
Overall, if you want to feel healthier, have more energy, and, most importantly, fit into your work clothes when wfh ends, read this book! 5 stars!
Thanks to DK and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.