Better late than never? From late 2011. Email From Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon.
Longtime listener, first time emailer. I have followed your blog for a while, and enjoyed your presentation at the Ancestral Health Symposium.
I wanted to let you know about a new free e-book I’ve just released along with Dr. John Berardi and Nate Green, on our experiences with intermittent fasting (IF).
We’ve often been known for fairly middle-of-the-road nutritional advice, but behind the scenes we get up to some fun self-experimentation. The book covers the available research on IF and explores the experiments that John and I did on ourselves.
Our findings? Obvious to you: If you’re smart about IF, you end up lean *and* muscular. If you’re dumb about IF, you end up weak, sickly, and looking like beef jerky.
In other words, power and speed athletes can use IF intelligently to drop fat almost painlessly while staying strong. Pretty awesome deal.
Your readers might enjoy this free resource — I thought you might be interested in sharing it with them.
I’ve done various forms of fasting for years now, just that’s it’s more random than ever. Kinda like today. It’s 7:15 pm and while I’ve felt hunger a few times since I ate last night, nothing pressing. But just this time. Serendipity, I guess.