Early in January of 2020, you know, just before the world fell apart, I was sitting in a dr.’s office. The dr. politely told me that I needed to lose weight. I was about 25% too heavy for my height.
I knew it already. It was the next thing he said that changed my life.
He started to tell me about intermittent fasting and his own personal experience with it.
I’m not one of those guys that takes a dr.’s word for it (for better or for worse). So, I asked him where I could read up. He told me to read Jason Fung.
I devoured his book, The Obesity Code. (Get it?) That weekend I started fasting and I’ve been doing it for almost 14 months now.
I read it and several other books. Plus, I followed the experts on YouTube. I read, I tried things, and I experimented.
By six months in, I had lost so much weight, and so easily.
I thought. This is easy. It’s lazy.
And I was so excited about it, I decided to tell people about it by writing a book.
So, The Lazy Art of Weight Loss is not a gimmick. It’s the way I lost 25% of my body weight.
This book was designed to be read in 1 and 1/2 or 2 hours. But seriously, in fifteen minutes of reading, you’ll know the main idea. In fact, for many, just reading the first chapter will get them losing weight.
Now, I’m not a health professional. You can ask yours about my ideas to see if they are going to work for you. I’ll tell you this though, I make several claims in this book. All are substantiated in the book with links. You can read the research if you want.
So here’s your opportunity to get the book for free. March 10th – 13th. This is the Kindle version of the book, so you have to read it on your device. Amazon offers a Kindle Cloud Reader for free now so you can read it on your laptop if you don’t want to read it on your Kindle on your phone or tablet.
This has changed my life. I hope it changes your life too.