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To do Intermittent Fasting…

  • You fast meaning you eat nothing or eat no calories for 14-to-20 hours followed by a shorter 4-to-10 hour period where you eat all the calories you need to eat to lose weight and then…
  • You keep repeating that 24 hour cycle of fasting for 14-to-20 hours followed by 4-to-10 hours of feasting until you’ve reached your weight loss goal but…
  • Before I give you more detailed tips on how to use intermittent fasting with your current diet plan to burn fat faster – let me tell you…

5 reasons Intermittent Fasting Burns fat faster than the average diet

1. Intermittent fasting forces your body to burn more fat

Intermittent Fasting forces your body to  burn fat

After you eat a meal your blood sugar rises and your blood sugar (along with the stored carbs/glycogen in your body) is the energy or calories your body uses or burns to keep you alive, functioning properly and to do all your daily activities but…

  • As you fast or not eat anything for long periods of time your blood sugar gets lower, the amount of carbs stored in your body gets lower and when this happens…
  • Your body has no choice but to start burning your body fat for energy to keep you alive, functioning properly and to do all your daily activities and technically…

Your body fat is just the accumulation of all the excess calories you overate so every time you eat too much…

  • Your body takes those excess calories, stores it as body fat and uses it as a backup source of energy when you create a calorie or energy deficit from exercising more and/or eating less (like in any normal weight loss plan) but…
  • Your body is also forced to mostly only burn body fat (or make you lose weight) when there’s not much blood sugar or carbs left to burn when you fast for 14+ hours.

The less blood sugar you have in your body = The more fat you will burn John Rowley, Wellness Director for the International Sports Science Association

Imagine how fast you’ll lose fatcombining Intermittent Fasting with a weight loss diet & exercise plan

  • You’re losing fat fast without diet & exercise when you fast 14-to-20 hours per day plus…
  • You’re losing fat fast when you eat less on your weight loss diet &…
  • You’re losing fat fast when you exercise and if you exercise while you’re fasting…
  • You’re going to burn fat much faster because your blood sugar levels are lower forcing your body to burn a lot more fat for energy as you workout (see 2 ways to burn more fat in the morning)

2. Intermittent Fasting increases your metabolism because…

As your blood sugar or energy levels gets lower as you fast…

  • Your body responds to this by re-energizing you by releasing more adrenaline (or norepinephrine) which will cause you to have more energy, be more alert and more focused but more importantly…
  • As your body releases adrenaline it forces your body to burn fat (mainly the stubborn fat on your belly, thighs & hips) in order for you to get that much needed energy after your blood sugar drops and the theory to why your body does this is because…
  • Our ancestors (like the Geico caveman) would routinely go thru long unplanned fasting periods where their bodies would release adrenalin to give them the energy they needed to go hunting for the food they needed to survive.

3. Intermittent Fasting targets belly fat

5 Intermittent Fasting Ways to Lose 50 Pounds!

To do Intermittent Fasting…

  • You fast meaning you eat nothing or eat no calories for 14-to-20 hours followed by a shorter 4-to-10 hour period where you eat all the calories you need to eat to lose weight and then…
  • You keep repeating that 24 hour cycle of fasting for 14-to-20 hours followed by 4-to-10 hours of feasting until you’ve reached your weight loss goal but…
  • Before I give you more detailed tips on how to use intermittent fasting with your current diet plan to burn fat faster – let me tell you…

5 reasons Intermittent Fasting Burns fat faster than the average diet

1. Intermittent fasting forces your body to burn more fat

Intermittent Fasting forces your body to  burn fat

After you eat a meal your blood sugar rises and your blood sugar (along with the stored carbs/glycogen in your body) is the energy or calories your body uses or burns to keep you alive, functioning properly and to do all your daily activities but…

  • As you fast or not eat anything for long periods of time your blood sugar gets lower, the amount of carbs stored in your body gets lower and when this happens…
  • Your body has no choice but to start burning your body fat for energy to keep you alive, functioning properly and to do all your daily activities and technically…

Your body fat is just the accumulation of all the excess calories you overate so every time you eat too much…

  • Your body takes those excess calories, stores it as body fat and uses it as a backup source of energy when you create a calorie or energy deficit from exercising more and/or eating less (like in any normal weight loss plan) but…
  • Your body is also forced to mostly only burn body fat (or make you lose weight) when there’s not much blood sugar or carbs left to burn when you fast for 14+ hours.

The less blood sugar you have in your body = The more fat you will burn John Rowley, Wellness Director for the International Sports Science Association

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Imagine how fast you’ll lose fatcombining Intermittent Fasting with a weight loss diet & exercise plan

  • You’re losing fat fast without diet & exercise when you fast 14-to-20 hours per day plus…
  • You’re losing fat fast when you eat less on your weight loss diet &…
  • You’re losing fat fast when you exercise and if you exercise while you’re fasting…
  • You’re going to burn fat much faster because your blood sugar levels are lower forcing your body to burn a lot more fat for energy as you workout (see 2 ways to burn more fat in the morning)

2. Intermittent Fasting increases your metabolism because…

As your blood sugar or energy levels gets lower as you fast…

  • Your body responds to this by re-energizing you by releasing more adrenaline (or norepinephrine) which will cause you to have more energy, be more alert and more focused but more importantly…
  • As your body releases adrenaline it forces your body to burn fat (mainly the stubborn fat on your belly, thighs & hips) in order for you to get that much needed energy after your blood sugar drops and the theory to why your body does this is because…
  • Our ancestors (like the Geico caveman) would routinely go thru long unplanned fasting periods where their bodies would release adrenalin to give them the energy they needed to go hunting for the food they needed to survive.

3. Intermittent Fasting targets belly fat 

intermittent fasting belly fat

Update: after doing intermittent fasting for a week, my lower tummy is finally disappearing.Yadira Garcia Sanchez

Stubborn belly fat is hard to lose because your abdominal region contains a lot more alpha-2 receptors that slow down fat burningthan beta-2 receptors that speed up fat burning and because Intermittent Fasting reduces insulin…

  • Intermittent Fasting shuts off those a2 receptors which don’t work so well without insulin while activating more of the fat burning b2 receptors in your abdominal region allowing you to burn more stubborn belly fat
  • Intermittent Fasting also increases blood flow to your abdominal region making it easier for your fat burning hormones (like adrenaline) to get into your abdominal region to burn a lot more belly fat than normal diets.
  • With Intermittent Fasting spot reduction is a reality and not a myth especially when you’re trying to lose your last 10 pounds of stubborn fat.
  • Intermittent Fasting is more important for women becausebecause women have a lot more stubborn fat or even more a2 receptors also in their butt, hips & thighs.

Real life examples on this page

  • Yadira lost her stubborn lower belly fat after 1 week of intermittent fasting.
  • Edda lost her last 25 pounds of belly fat with intermittent fasting
  • Adrian used intermittent fasting to lose enough belly fat to reveal my his pack.

Disclaimer: If you ONLY want to lose just stubborn belly fat you need to be at a point where you only have 5-to-20 pounds left to lose because if you’re more than 20 pounds overweight you’ll lose fat all over your body and not just belly fat.

Remember: belly fat along with stubborn butt, hip & thigh fat are usually the last to go. See Why do I still have belly fat after losing all this weight?

4. Intermittent Fasting naturally increases HGH (Human Growth Hormone)

HGH is a miracle hormone that burns fat, builds & maintains muscle mass.

  • Intermittent Fasting increases HGH by 1300% in women & 2,000% in men
  • HGH maintains your muscle mass while fasting and this study proves the Intermittent Fasting diet does a better job (because of the extra HGH) of maintaining muscle mass vs. other diets.
  • There’s no need to worry about losing any muscle mass while fasting and if you need more proof listen to what Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) says in the video below about how he used intermittent fasting to burn fat & build muscle mass…

5. Intermittent Fasting makes you eat less calories

The less you eat = the faster you’ll lose weight.

  • When you first start intermittent fasting the cravings & hunger will still be there but as YOU & YOUR body get used to fasting… Your hunger levels will go down and your cravings will eventually go away because Intermittent fasting reduces or normalizes ghrelin (the hunger hormone) giving you less of an appetite.
  • With Intermittent Fasting you’ll probably only eat 1-to-3 meals a day depending on how long your feasting period is and you’ll actually Increase your hunger & cravings By NOT Intermittent Fasting when you eat 3-to-6 meals a day as seen in this study

Intermittent Fasting absolutely causes you to lose weight faster because…

  • You’re eating less calories due to less hunger & cravings &…
  • You’re burning more fat/calories due to less insulin, more adrenaline & more HGH

Source:http://www.nowloss.com

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