FREE 3 Day Intermittent Fasting Short Course

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This FREE 3 Day Beginner's Guide to Intermittent Fasting is a self-paced email short course. Learn at your leisure!

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About me.

For decades, I was able to keep my weight down. I was obsessed with counting calories, burning calories, and maintaining my physique. I have tried every weight loss plan (WW, South Beach, Atkins, My Fitness Pal, etc), read countless magazine articles and books about all things “health”. Workouts, food, you name it, I was obsessed with it. Back in the day I was a trained professional dancer, marathon runner and an every day gym goer. So, when I could not lose a single pound after my 50 pound weight gain, I was desperate to find something that would help take the weight off. Sadly, my old tricks did not work. All that knowledge I procured over the years provided no assistance. My weight wouldn’t budge. Soon, I was introduced to intermittent fasting. Not only did I start to lose the weight, and keep it off, I started to reap the health benefits of intermittent fasting. 

The Course.

I know the thought of “fasting” can cause anxiety for many, but with a few simple tips and tricks, you can start your fasting lifestyle with ease. It’s really not as difficult as it may seem! This 3 day short course represents all of the “what I wish I knew when I first started intermittent fasting” tips and tricks. 

Day 1 – Picking your IF schedule / Plans to manage the transition (manage the hungry) / Journal for Success 

Day 2 -Eating for Intermittent Fasting / To calorie count or not to calorie count / Recipe share

Day 3 -Expectation Setting / Managing the naysayers 

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Read more on the Blog!

Want to read a little bit more about intermittent fasting and my experiences with intermittent fasting, check out these posts below! 

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While I used to eat all the things, I stopped eating all the things because it just wasn’t sustainable. I’ve worked really hard to create a nice weekly menu consisting of easy and delicious meals that are not only kid approved, but husband approved. Check out some of those recipes here on the blog, but also check out my Pinterest – “I Tried It” board. I pin every meal that I’ve tried and still make for the family.

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