How to do Intermittent Fasting for Serious Weight Loss – Dr.Berg

Intermittent fasting may be the most powerful thing you can do for weight loss. Check this out.


0:05 What is intermittent fasting? 
0:23 Why do intermittent fasting? 
1:30 What is insulin resistance? 
2:27 How to do intermittent fasting 

In this video, I want to share with you the power of intermittent fasting and how to do intermittent fasting for weight loss. Intermittent fasting is a tool. It’s not a diet, it doesn’t tell you what to eat, and it’s not about cutting calories. It’s a pattern of eating and not eating. It’s changing when you eat and when you don’t eat. 

Intermittent fasting is one of the most important factors when it comes to weight loss. It influences two main hormones in the body:

1. Stimulates growth hormone (anti-aging and fat burning) 
2. Decreases insulin (in the presence of insulin you can’t lose weight)

Intermittent fasting can help heal insulin resistance. This is a situation where the pancreas is pumping out way more insulin than you need. This can be a very destructive condition. 

With intermittent fasting, it’s best to start slow and gradually fast for longer lengths of time. For example, if you consume 5 or 6 meals a day, you may want to start by doing 3 meals a day and cutting out snacks. After that, you may want to do a pattern of 16 hours of fasting with an 8-hour eating window. It’s ideal to go at least 4 hours after you wake up before your first meal. The real power of intermittent fasting happens at night while you’re sleeping and in the morning. 

To take it to the next level, you would want to gradually go to two meals per day. You would do 20 hours of fasting with a four-hour eating window. But, it will take time to do this. 

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Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. 
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Thanks for watching! I hope this video helps you better understand how to do intermittent fasting for weight loss.


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  1. @Raw Wood Gifts that is called “inflammation” in the body and sugar (carbs) are the ones that causes inflammation…

  2. Please can you tell me is keto safe for people on T3 Liothyronine as I’ve hypothyroidism after the first birth of my child, it’s been 25 years that I’m hypothyroid
    Thank you

  3. ❤️

  4. @Last of the famous I was wondering this too

  5. I have to share this with my husband! Thank you for telling your story!

  6. I am going through the same stuff. 277 lbs at 6’2 height. Feeling depressed, tired, ashamed of my body. I have developed moobs as well. Lost my job to top it off.

  7. Wow! Incredible!

  8. Its just means your LOVING life

  9. Emad Eita I see nobody answered. I am not sure about tea but I know that black coffee doesn’t interfere with your fasting. Only black coffee no cram or sugar or mct oil

  10. Wow , that’s so inspiring. I have literally lost hope , I’m so depressed over my weight and I swear I do not know what to do anymore. I tried the fasting and I was so darn hungry I could not sleep! All my best to you❤

  11. I do it differently eating one meal a day but in part because I work nights. I usually eat within the first couple hours after waking up (around 5 pm). Then I have black coffee to stay up through the night without breaking the fast, but coffee also curbs hunger. Then I go to bed and by the time I wake up I right around 24 hours without eating.

  12. Good job. Keep it up, sorry DOWN 👇

  13. 👏👏👏👏

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