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Your Intermittent Fasting Strategy

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If your goal is to lose fat, there’s a pretty good chance that you share a similar problem we’ve had… You really enjoy eating food! and a lot of it. ​So we’ve put together a strategy that allows you to structure your diet in the most enjoyable way possible ​still have big meals while also losing fat. Sounds good?

Lots of people believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This isn’t necessarily true or untrue. The best diet is the one that you can stick to, Idk about you, but I can’t stick to eating 5 small meals per day.

For example, if you’re eating 1600 calories per day, over five meals that comes out to 320 calories per meal. Um, that’s a snack for me, it’s Literally nothing! I want to enjoy life and eat filling and satisfying nutritious meals. Not little snacks all day.

With an intermittent fasting setup, you could have a big lunch and dinner, plus a small snack at night. Then once you get used to it, you can play around with the setup! For example, you could have a 500-calorie lunch, an 800-calorie dinner, and an extra 300 calories for a dessert or snack at night which totals to the same 1600 calories.

The benefit of fasting daily is that you can eat large meals while getting losing fat.​

This specific strategy we’ve using is a twist Intermittent fasting is what makes this program so effective. I’ll explain this in more detail later in the guide, but in short, you’ll be skipping breakfast and eating two meals per day.

  • You’ll break the fast with a medium-sized meal.
  • You’ll eat a second larger meal later in the day. (Or you can swap these around.)
  • After the second meal, only drink water.
  • We’ll only consume fruits and/or veggies between meals.

This eating method may take a couple of weeks to adjust to, but they are the foundation of the Fat Loss & Curves Program. Not only does this method of eating decreases cravings for sweets and junk food due to having structure, but it also removes mindless decision fatigue from always worrying about when and what you’re going to eat.

Pretty soon, your body will start to adapt and you’ll be wondering why you’re just now doing this as it becomes second nature, and you’ll actually enjoy this style of eating.

For best results, we recommend fasting for the first 5 hours of the day. If you wake up at 7 a.m., for example, aim to go until about 12 p.m. before you eat your first meal. If you need to eat within the first 5 hours, it should be low-calorie fruits like melons. You aren’t 100 percent required to fast each day. It’s just an option that I recommend. That said, if you feel you do best while eating breakfast, you definitely can.​