It has been a month since I’ve started to do Intermittent Fasting. In the previous post I’ve mentioned what were the results so far. In this post I want to partially repeat the references to helpful resources on Time Restricted Eating, also known as, Intermittent Fasting and provide new ones.
I’ve already finished reading books by Gin Stephens and The Obesity Code by Jason Fung. Now I’m in the middle of the book by Mark Mattson. Next one is Gary Taubes’ book and then The Complete Guide to Fasting.
- Fast. Feast. Repeat by Gin Stephens
- Delay, Don’t Deny by Gin Stephens
- The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung
- The Complete Guide to Fasting by Dr. Jason Fung
- The Intermittent Fasting Revolution by Prof. Mark Mattson
- The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes
Lectures at YouTube
- The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes. This talk is self-explanatory. Sugar is bad for you.
- Optimization of Cognitive Performance by Prof. Mark Mattson. In this talk Mark provides an evolutionary biologist and neuroscientists perspective on effects of Intermittent Fasting on human body
- An interview with Dr. Jason Fung by Jennifer Cohen
- An interview with Dr. Jason Fung by Gary Taubes
- An interview with Prof. Mark Mattson by Dr. Rhonda Patrick
Peer reviewed scientific papers
- Rafael de Cabo, Ph.D., and Mark P. Mattson, Ph.D, Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease, The New England Journal of Medicine 2019; 381:2541-2551
- Mark P. Mattson, Keelin Moehl, Nathaniel Ghena, Maggie Schmaedick, and Aiwu Cheng, Intermittent metabolic switching, neuroplasticity and brain health, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2018 February; 19(2): 63–80