There’s a really good FREE Ebook out there on Intermittent Fasting. I highly recommend this book to anyone out there who’s curious about IF and would like to start on IF. This is something i came along quite a few months ago. It’s a free PDF download created by John Beradi, who in a nutshell offers research-based applied sports training, nutrition and supplementation articles, as well as advice, products, and consultation services. He is also the author of some popular nutritional books i’ve read such as “Precision Nutrition” and “The Grapplers Guide To Sport’s Nutrition”.
It’s an interesting read, but like many nutritional plans and strength and conditioning plans, it’s not for everyone. But please, take a looksie.
Contents (taken from their page):
A quick, easily-digestible summary of everything I found in my six months of experiments with intermittent fasting.
I recently did a 24-hour fast, but I wasn’t all that hungry. In fact, I felt fine. Here I discuss why I tried this strange experiment, how it led to 6 months of self-experimentation, and what a 24-hour fast can do for you. (You may be surprised.)
- Chapter 1
The growing popularity of intermittent fasting lends it mythical status in certain quarters of the web. What is IF actually supposed to do, and does it live up to the hype?
- Chapter 2
I’ve been healthy and fit for nearly 20 years, mostly by exercising consistently and by “grazing” (eating every few hours). New goals and insatiable curiosity inspired me to try IF for 6 months. Here’s why.
- Chapter 3
Intermittent fasting means a lot of different things to different people; here, I summarize the most popular IF styles and discuss the differences and similarities between them.
- Chapter 4
I started my intermittent fasting experiments with a simple intervention. Here’s my initial IF protocol and what happened after the first few weeks.
- Chapter 5
After my first experiment, I tried several different full-day fasting variations. Unfortunately, they didn’t go as planned. What I tried, and what went wrong.
- Chapter 6
Next step: shorter, more frequent fasts. This brand of intermittent fasting is often considered more physique-friendly. Let’s see whether that’s true for me.
- Chapter 7
A summary of my results, with pictures. Plus, a discussion of why the sort of self-experimentation practiced in this book is both cool and important. And how you can do it too.
- Appendix A
Want to try intermittent fasting yourself? Here we summarize the three methods we like best and help you choose which is best for you.
- Appendix B
Key concepts and strategies we cover in this book.
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