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Intermittent Feasting for Strength and Fat Loss- Paleo f(x)™

Intermittent Feasting is the New Black…

Intermittent feasting (not to be confused with “intermittent fasting”) is the practice of intermittently “feasting” (i.e. eating a lot of food) at once, strategically, during certain times or days of the week.

When combined with intermittent fasting benefits, intermittent feasting can help accelerate fat loss, bust through weight and health plateaus and boost metabolism.

Similar to other strategies, like becoming “fat adapted” or eating certain foods to encourage fat loss, intermittent feasting and intermittent fasting move the needle (of good health) forward.

What?! How do you boost metabolism with MORE food?!

True, intermittent fasting benefits your body a ton (like promoting fat loss or giving you a metabolic boost)!

BUT, it’s no secret dieting stresses out the body.

Caloric restriction over the long haul stalls weight loss and even adds body fat.

Enter: Intermittent feasting. Spiking the metabolism.

In fact, fasting followed by feasting increases the release of Norepinephrine (Noradrenaline), the hormone responsible for burning fat for energy. (As a result, intermittent feasting may increase your metabolic rate by up to almost 10-15%).

Practicing Intermittent Feasting

Want to try intermittent feasting?

Fitness author Nate Miyaki gives an overview of his intermittent feasting nutritional approach, utilizing a Paleo diet template for athletes and lifters.

Learn How To:

  • Choose whole foods, ditching processed ones.
  • Utilize starch in the diet to replenish glycogen and fuel intense athletic activity.
  • Find a meal-timing and meal frequency pattern that fits your nature as well as your lifestyle.

Intermittent feasting (not just fasting) does a body good. 

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