The 5:2 Diet Book: Feast for 5 Days a Week and Fast for 2 to Lose Weight, Boost Your Brain and Transform Your Health +
The idea is that by eating less for one or two days a week the body reacts by making physical and mental changes that protect your body and brain from damage and it is believed such a diet will help your body repair itself.
The 5:2 Diet’s aim is to set you on the road to lower your weight and enjoy better health by cutting down on food for 2 days a week. You can still get to eat all the foods you love but hopefully enjoy incredible health benefits, with potential major effects that protect against cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
The new 5:2 Diet Book – provides tips, discusses the science, lists recipes and importantly includes case studies from thirty + dieters.
Amazon says –
Journalist and former yoyo dieter Kate Harrison has finally won the battle with her weight – now she shares the secrets that are helping thousands of men and women transform their bodies. The 5:2 Diet Book is your comprehensive guide to the wonderful world of intermittent fasting.
- All you need to trigger the ‘healing’ mode that happens when you restrict your diet for as little as one day a week
- The incredible effects on your brain cells
- The transformation in the way you view hunger and food
- The cost savings you can make – saving pounds from your food bill as you lose them from your body!
- 5:2 your way – how to personalise the diet to your exact requirements and preferences
- Detailed meal plans, and simple but healthy recipes…
- Ready-made suggestions for when you don’t feel like cooking
- Hundreds of real-life tips and success stories
Think of it this way, we can save for retirement and enjoy a pension, but what are we doing to try and ensure a healthy retirement? If we don’t have good health when we retire, there goes all the good work putting money aside for a pension. We may not enjoy the benefits when we reach that time! So a little bit of care now may pay dividends later.
+ Please remember to consult with your medical practitioner to ensure it is safe for you to set out on any dietary changes!