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Metabolic Weight Loss Plan Revealed in New ’Food Timing Diet’


Tucson, Ariz. — In an industry saturated with false claims and ineffective weight-loss products, Mike Adams’ recently-released “Food Timing Diet” book stands out as sensible, easy-to-follow advice. The book puts a new twist on healthy eating, encouraging dieters to consume small meals on a frequent basis to avoid hunger. Unlike recent fad diets, Adams’ diet doesn’t restrict any food groups. It works by teaching dieters real-word strategies for controlling portion size, and the plan includes ample servings of fruits, vegetables and whole grains to prevent over consumption of high-calorie treats. The book is available as a softcover book or downloadable ebook at

“This eating plan gives your body what it expects,” said Adams, “Food Timing” author and consumer health advocate. “It works with a person’s natural biochemistry, allowing the body to let go of the feast-or-famine response that is part of our evolutionary programming. When your body no longer feels the need to store fat for later use, you shed weight more easily.”

In “Food Timing Diet,” readers will discover:
• How women can lower their body fat to 15% (10% for men)
• Why the “Food Timing Diet” helps prevent diabetes
• Tips for accurately accessing hunger
• Why eating only three meals a day trains the body to store fat
• How to control appetite naturally, without diet pills or supplements.

“Food Timing Diet” is available now at

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