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Lately, I’ve been a big ol’ diet slacker and I’ve been looking for something to help me get back on track with my weight loss goals!
Enter Always Eat After 7PM by Joel Marion.
I have been wanting to attempt intermittent fasting, but felt like I want to eat mostly out of the time frames. Joel Marion promises with his plan I’ll feel fuller longer during the fasting period and increase my weight loss.
Keep reading for why I chose this book and how you can get your hands on a copy!
Always Eat After 7 pm is a three-phase program that teaches you how to lose big by strategically eating big when you are naturally hungriest—in the evening. This may sound too good to be true, but let me assure you it is no gimmick. It’s all about making strategic and smart food swaps, and you can still eat your favorite foods.
I know what you’re thinking. Shouldn’t I stop eating after dinner?
If you’re like me, you might have trouble with late night snacking. And it isn’t good snacks, it’s filling up on things that aren’t good for me and typically stuff that have little nutritional value.
Joel Marion’s book promises that with large dinners and specific late night snack choices you can achieve the weight loss you desire.
Listen to Joel Marion discuss more on why he wrote this book:
Let’s do this.
According to Joel Marion, Intermittent Fasting is a pattern of food consumption that cycles between fasting and eating in specific time periods. Most people follow the 16/8 protocol – 16 hours of fasting and an 8 hour window of eating.
Intermittent fasting has many benefits including reduced inflammation, improved heart health, a natural increase in growth hormone levels without exercising, and better brain health.
Over the next week, my goal is to follow the first week of the 14 Day Acceleration Phase to help kick-start the program. I am looking forward to more energy, boost my metabolism, and help kick my late night binge on sweets habit.
Learn more about the book and how to purchase here.
Have you tried intermittent fasting? How were your results?