Book review: Intermittent Fasting, by Jackson Gabriel

Five stars

Intermittent Fasting by Jackson Gabriel, while being a short book, is packed with useful information from various sources about weight loss through fasting techniques. It is particularly interesting to note the simplicity of this approach. The author doesn’t pitch any special diets, he simply spotlights information/facts about eating normally within certain time periods and then fasting sufficiently long to force the body to burn up the fatty substances that it tends to hold onto unless forced to burn them up. In short, one isn’t starving the body at all, but is simply forcing it to use what it has until the next food intake. Obviously it is something one must experience for oneself to observe its workability. Worth the read.

Review by International Writers Inspiring Change


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