The All-Day Fat-Burning Diet (Hardcover)
The 5-Day Food-Cycling Formula That Resets Your Metabolism to Lose Up to 5 Pound S a Week
Rodale Books, 9781623366056, 336pp.
Publication Date: December 22, 2015
List Price: 26.99*
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You are often told that eating less and exercising more are the keys to losing weight, but even with multiple plans and temporary successes, do you fail to find lasting results? Renowned fitness expert and New York Times bestselling author Yuri Elkaim provides the key to continuous fat burning in The All-Day Fat-Burning Diet. In this new book, Elkaim presents his unique 5-Day Food-Cycling Formula, which sets your metabolism to lose up to 5 pounds a week. In The All-Day Fat-Burning Diet, Elkaim reveals rarely discussed "fat triggers" and an easy, innovative way to double your weight loss in 3 weeks. Based on a powerhouse blend of nutritional expertise, fitness experience, and cutting-edge research, his 4-part approach features the strategic cycling of calories and carbohydrates; a "clean and lean" food plan that reduces fat triggers in your body; a unique way to exercise smarter, not harder; and the method to improve your body's ability to repair and avoid burnout. The book also includes encouraging testimonials and remarkable photos of people who have successfully accelerated their metabolisms for life. This proven program will reset your body to your desired factory settings and supercharge your metabolism to burn fat on autopilot--no matter what your age, fitness level, or health status.
About the Author
Yuri Elkaim is a registered holistic nutritionist and renowned fitness expert. For more than 13 years, his inspiring messages have helped more than 500,000 people enjoy more energy, lose weight, get in shape, eat better, and have a greater understanding of their health. A former professional soccer player who later acted as the strength-and-conditioning and nutrition coach for seven seasons at the University of Toronto, Elkaim is now on a mission to transform the lives of more than 10 million people by 2018.