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An Intermittent Fasting Diet Plan That Yields the Quickest Weight Loss Results Revealed in New Video from Health Nutrition News
Date:11/21/2013

Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013

Dieters can boost their weight loss potential, increase fat burning ability, and improve overall health by following this intermittent fasting diet plan. Intermittent fasting works by sending the body’s fat burning hormones into overdrive by eating at a specific window of time during the day. Health Nutrition News further explains the benefits and efficiency of the intermittent fasting diet in their newly released video.

The experts at Health Nutrition News discusses how intermittent fasting, insulin sensitivity, and weight loss are all correlated and by understanding how this method contributes to the quickest weight loss results.

Additionally, the video examines other health benefits associated with intermittent fasting diets which include increased longevity, improved immunity, and decreased risk of disease. The video also examines some concerns typically associated with any intermittent fasting diet plan like feeling hungry, rebound weight gain, and spending too much money.

The intermittent fasting diet is a nutritional lifestyle, more than it is a diet plan, which will allow individuals to reach their goals in an efficient and convenient manner and then maintain their physique once they achieve their desired weight.

A free copy of the a recommended intermittent fasting diet plan is available for a limited time at http://healthnutritionnews.org/one-day-diet. The one day diet plan harnessed the power of intermittent fasting and provides other weight loss secrets to optimize fat burning goals.

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