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Perversely, Low Calorie Days and periods of famine were important to your ancestors. They wouldn’t have known it, but these lean days of little food kept them slim. Days when you eat very little are as important to you today as they were to your ancestors in your evolutionary past.
Low Calorie Days
Your body still thinks it is a hunter gatherer – and it is. It’s still programmed to handle feast and famine and it still needs days when it has time off from processing food. This is your cue to help your body, and to help yourself.
What is a Low Calorie Day? They are often called fast days, but to some, fast implies you eat nothing at all. On Low Calorie Days you do eat, but you significantly reduce what you eat. A diet of 550 calories is a Low Calorie Day. The calories you eat should include a combination of what you eat normally, that is a mixture of protein, fat and carbohydrate.
Introducing LCDs (Low Calorie Days) into your life does two things:
1. It reconnects you to your evolutionary present, gets you back in sync, and gives your body the time it needs to switch on its repair genes and do essential repairs and maintenance.
2. It gives you a simple and effective tool with which to manage your weight.
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