Controlling the Body’s ‘Fat Thermometer’

  1. Eat less sugar
  2. Eat less refined grains
  3. Moderate protein and high natural fats
  4. Don’t eat all the time (time restricted eating or intermittent fasting). Stop snacking
  5. Eat real unprocessed foods (lower in insulin effects)

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Dr. Jason Fung

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Nephrologist. New York Times best selling author. Interest in type 2 diabetes reversal and intermittent fasting. Founder www.TheFastingMethod.com.

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