A recent peer-reviewed study published in the Nutrition Journal examined the effects of time-restricted intermittent fasting on weight loss. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Warsaw in Poland, followed a group of 50 overweight or obese women for 12 weeks.
Results of this study 7.7 lbs. in 12 weeks which equals 10.2 ounces per week.
In conclusion, the results of this peer-reviewed study published in the Nutrition Journal suggest that time-restricted intermittent fasting can be an effective weight loss strategy. The participants who fasted for 24 hours every other day lost an average of 7.7 pounds (3.5 kg) over the 12-week period, and also experienced improvements in several metabolic parameters. However, further research is needed to fully understand the benefits and potential drawbacks of this type of intermittent fasting.
The experts are saying that these results prove that is alternate-day fasting is an effective weight loss strategy. The results speak for themselves as people lost 7.7 lbs. in 12 weeks, I hope you can see that these results are what the mainstream diet industry calls good results.
Now let’s contrast Alternative Day Fasting with this newly published peer-reviewed weight loss study recently published in the Nutrition Journal.
A new peer-reviewed study in the Nutrition Journal 16 lbs. safely no loss of water or lean muscle in 4 weeks using this revolutionary new approach called the R2M protocol.
There is an incredible new medical nutritional weight loss approach where men and women lost an average of 16 lbs. in 30 days safely with no loss of water or lean muscle mass. The study was comprised of 80% women and 20% men. There were also significant reductions in weight, blood sugars, blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglycerides.
In addition, there was a 25% reduction in inflammation as measured using the TBARS method of analysis in the reduction as seen in the participants.
The participants in the Nutrition Journal peer-reviewed study utilizing the r2m protocol were not allowed to exercise during the study.
You be the judge the experts say 7.7 lbs. in 12 weeks is good or do you think 16 lbs. in 4 weeks is better?