Intermittent Fasting for Maximal Weight Loss
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Intermittent fasting is a nutrition strategy that alternates brief periods of fasting with non-fasting. Fasting periods are typically less than 24 hours and no more than three days per week. The health benefits are numerous and include weight reduction and improvement in brain function. In this one-hour course, Dr. Michael Lara, a board-certified physician (M.D.), will teach you everything you need to know to get started with intermittent fasting. Included in the course are 5 lectures covering the following topics:
Included with each lesson are detailed transcripts of each lecture along with quizzes that highlight key points. Also included is the downloadable e-book, "A Quick Start Guide To Intermittent Fasting".
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|Section 1: An Overview of Intermittent Fasting|
An introduction to intermittent fasting and real-world example of the transformation that is possible by practicing this nutrient-timing strategy.
|Quiz 1||2 questions|
This quiz covers the key points about intermittent fasting covered in this lecture.
|Section 2: The Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting|
|This lecture discusses in details the health benefits of intermittent fasting, including improvements in blood glucose, reduction of inflammation, and increases in neurogenesis, the process by which the brain generates new cells.|
|Quiz 2||3 questions|
|This quiz covers key concepts, including the effects that intermittent fasting has on blood glucose, inflammation, and neurogenesis.|
|Section 3: Variants of Intermittent Fasting|
This lecture reviews the variants of intermittent fasting, including "Lean Gains", "Eat Stop Eat", and "The Warrior Diet."
|Quiz 3||3 questions|
A review of the variants of intermittent fasting and the types of supplemental nutrients that can help.
|Section 4: What to Eat When NOT Fasting|
|In this lecture we discuss the various types of diets to follow when not fasting, including the Mediterranean diet, the Zone diet, and the Atkins diet. We also discuss the role of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, coconut oil, and the branched chain amino acids.|
|Quiz 4||3 questions|
|A summary of the key points from Lecture 4 on what to eat when NOT fasting.|
|Section 5: The Role of Exercise|
How and When to Exercise While Practicing Intermittent Fasting and Conclusion
|Quiz 5||3 questions|
|A summary of the key points regarding exercise and intermittent fasting.|
|Section 6: "A Quick Start Guide to Get Pumped"|
|Lecture 6||11 pages|
|"Intermittent Fasting: A Quick Start Guide" covers everything you need to know to get started with fasting today. Included are sample schedules, lists of supplements, and information for more resources. Download your copy today!|
Michael Lara, MD is a board-certified physician who practices near San Francisco. He specializes in the treatment of mood and memory disorders through the use of traditional and complementary approaches. He was educated at Stanford, Harvard, and The UCLA (David Geffen) School of Medicine. He completed his residency training in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford Hospital and Clinics. For more information about Dr. Lara, visit his website: www.drmikelara.com