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If you want to lose weight but crash dieting is not your cup of tea, do try the 8- Hour Diet. This diet plan has helped many people lose about. I did a diet similar to the 8-hour plan before by simply not eating until lunch every day. It's been a long time since I've followed that pattern. The 8-Hour Diet basically entails limiting your eating to an eight-hour Not that that sounds like a healthy plan and I hardly had five kilograms.


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8-Hour Diet: Fast 16 Hours to Lose. The 8 Hour Diet is a popular weight loss plan from David Zinczenko the author of the best-selling book Eat This Not That. The revolutionary 8-Hour Diet from David Zinczenko lets you: EAT WHATEVER The 8-Hour Diet and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. DAVID ZINCZENKO is the New York Times bestselling A paradigm-shifting diet plan that allows you to eat anything you want, as much as you want—and still strip away 20, 40, 60 pounds, or more.

The 8-hour diet works by tapping into how your body processes food that you consume. Stimulates the function of the mitochondria — Mitochondria are cell organelles that convert glucose to usable energy ATP. Fasting for 16 hours helps stimulate the mitochondria and reduces the level of intracellular damage caused by a poor diet. Uses up glycogen and fat stores — Glycogen is glucose molecules stored in your muscles and liver.

In a fasted state, your body first uses up glycogen for fuel and then gains access to fat stores.

Burns the calories you consume — According to David Zinczenko and Peter Moore, the authors of The 8-Hour Diet, modern lifestyles involve grazing or eating around the clock, which do not give your body sufficient time to burn all the calories that it is required to. While you are fasting, your body gets the chance to reset itself and digest food. Thisallows your body to process nutrients and eliminate toxins effectively.

Keeps you satiated — Most diets are restrictive. From portion control to caloric restriction, there are various terms and conditions that the dieter needs to follow. Having the freedom to eat everything within an 8-hour window keeps your taste buds alive and prevents boredom. Main Idea — The 8-hour diet stimulates your metabolism, burns the glycogen and fat stores, and gives your body enough time to digest food and eliminate toxins.

It keeps your interest in the diet alive by allowing you to eat anything you want. Considering all of that, is the 8-hour diet safe? Is The 8-Hour Diet Safe?

8-Hour Diet: Fast 16 Hours to Lose

Yes, the 8-hour diet is safe. In fact, fasting has various health benefits.

For example, you can eat breakfast at 9 a. You could eat your first meal at noon and be finished eating by 8 p.

Whatever hours you feel would work best with your schedule. Your 8-hour window does not need to be the same every day. You can eat whatever you want on this diet.

No foods are forbidden. Just eat your normal meals and make sure you eat an appropriate portion.

Don't overdo it and don't binge. Avoid sugary beverages.

They're just empty calories. Try to get some exercise in before the eating window begins. Exercise will supercharge fat loss.

8-Hour Diet: Fast 16 Hours to Lose

Drink lots of water, whenever you like. You can and should! Don't Skip Lunch! Lunch should be satisfying and include lean proteins and plenty of vegetables. Make sure you're eating at a time approximately between your first meal and the end of the 8-hour window.

Is This Diet Healthy?

In early the University of Southern California released a study showing that intermittent fasting—or eating only during prescribed windows of time—can reduce the risk of getting some major diseases , including heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Intermittent Fasting Is Controversial There is debate, however, about whether this approach leads to sustainable weight loss.

My Experience With the 8-Hour Diet

Also, nutritionists question whether diets like this one just teach people how to deal with fasts, and not how to develop healthy eating habits. Some nutritionists worry that intermittent fasting will encourage eating disorders and raises cortisol levels. Developed by David Zinczenko and Peter Moore, this diet was published as a book in The 8 Hour Diet offers other tools, like a list of "power foods" to eat that are supposed to boost your metabolism and other tips that are supposed to make the diet even more effective, but I just did the basic diet.

Exercise on This Diet? If you exercise before you eat for the day, it makes sense that it would super-charge your fat loss. Eight minutes is really the minimum amount of time you should exercise. I believe that if you can handle more than you should do more, but listen to your body.

Eat a Full Dinner Dinner should be a full meal, with protein and vegetables. Make sure you're finished eating at the end of the 8-hour window. Back when I was skinny about 75 lbs lighter than I am today! I found that when I ate breakfast, I ate more all day long and gained weight, but when I skipped breakfast, I ate less and lost, or maintained, my weight. I did a diet similar to the 8-hour plan before by simply not eating until lunch every day.

But I do believe that going back to that method will be beneficial for me. Drink plenty of water during the 16 fasting hours. There was really only one day where I even felt hungry during my 16 fasting hours.

That being said, it's hard to expect much in results. I still ate pizza and had a cheeseburger, but I did almost no snacking because during my usual snacking hours my "window" was closed, and when my window was open, I didn't snack much either because I had either just had lunch or dinner.

During the diet I felt better, less bloated and heavy, and I had more energy. Because I didn't feel so full and sluggish all the time, I was in a better mood and did more things around the house. I also got more sleep.

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This was a strange side effect. You see, I used to wait for my kids and husband to go to bed and have a snack and a soda. But since I couldn't do that, I was sleeping before midnight most nights.

This is great diet. It offers many health benefits for someone like me who doesn't eat very well in general. For someone who is already healthy and not snacking very much, I imagine that the weight loss won't come off as fast as it has for me, but it still would have the other benefits.

Not having that heavy morning meal is great. The body adjusts easily and quickly and the morning hunger can be quickly quenched with a glass of water and a task that takes your mind off of the hunger. I think the nearly 7 pounds I lost speak for themselves!

You certainly can lose weight effortlessly by simply adjusting your eating schedule. Giving it a try? Are you going to try the 8-hour diet?This maximizes the energy output and reduces the level of intracellular damage caused by poor diet.

If you want to lose weight but crash dieting is not your cup of tea, do try the 8-Hour Diet. Chris, Sorry, I still cannot get the app to work?

However, I also upped my steps per day by doing running in place which probably helped. Rhonda 9 months ago. Time to get the book back out again.

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I think from now on if I am going to do a lot of exercise in the morning I am going to eat a little breakfast. It offers many health benefits for someone like me who doesn't eat very well in general.

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