Dr Oz Investigates Intermittent Fasting – Best Of Oz

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Dr Oz Investigates Intermittent Fasting – Best Of Oz

Dr. Michael Mosley discusses the benefits of intermittent fasting for weight loss and why he turned to this method after being diagnosed with diabetes.

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  • myyoutu says:

    Hello Dr Oz

  • Dorothy G. Mullis says:

    Great visual for this concept.
    This methodology works best for me! I have personally tried it over a period of 1 Year. It worked great for me! I originally was 210 lbs.- at the end of year was @ 140. I did this all by myself. (No help from anyone!) Tried and True.

  • Faye King says:

    Good morning

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  • AXXXing ForAnswers says:

    The “problem” with IF is that is DOESN’T COST ANYTHING more than the FOOD you buy. No gimmicks, no bars, no shakes, no measuring, no psych, no “keto” foods, no programs, no weigh ins…Just real food eaten in a window of time each day. ( Example: 16 hours off eating, 8 hour window in which to consume the food)

    A lot of people say they “can’t fast” but they DO!!! They are fasting when they’re asleep! Just expand the time frame, and start LEARNING. I am now on IF AND “carnivore” eating style after THREE YEARS of keto way of eating, where I lost FIFTY POUNDS in 10 months, and have kept it off for three years.

    My blood readings, BP, Cholesterol ratio, Triglycerides and particle size of LDL are FANTASTIC. My doctor made the typical “face’ when I told him what I was doing, the first time I saw him after one year on keto and 50 pounds gone. He recommended I go back on the Standard American Diet. (SAD).

    If SAD worked, WHY is there so much obesity?!?!? Answer: The sugar , drug and food industry does NOT want people to know. Add to that the diet industry.

    Eat REAL FOOD that you prepare yourself, and try IF and/or Keto. I will NEVER go back the “old way” of eating approved by the medical profession.

    It appears they are waking up FINALLY. Age 64, 5’10”, NO medications, today: 169 pounds. Start weight 217 pounds Jan 2017.

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