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AC: The Power of Appetite Correction Paperback – October 13, 2015
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About the Author
In 2005, Bert Herring ("Dr. Bert") showed the world a way to maintain practical, sustainable intermittent fasting with his first book, The Fast-5 Diet and the Fast-5 Lifestyle. Ten years later, he's added over a dozen tools--all sustainable lifestyle options--to help you achieve appetite correction and fat loss without calorie counting or food restrictions.
With a range of experience, from the no-nonsense world of the US Marine infantry to cutting-edge cancer research at the National Institutes of Health, Bert maintains a strong sense of practicality and respect for real life. "Life is for the living," he says, "The way you eat has to be compatible with a life of spontaneity, fun and variety. Losing fat is almost impossible if you're working against your body, rather than with it."
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The best thing about this plan for me is the ability to control my appetite and only eat when I choose (and I do eat!). Hunger is fleeting at other times of the day outside my chosen eating window. Eating multiple meals a day always ended up with feeling hungrier and having trouble sticking to my calorie limit. Now, I don't bother to count, though I do still keep my carbs low as I find I feel better that way. This is a very sustainable way to eat for me.