Is Intermittent Fasting Right for you?

Is Intermittent Fasting Right for you?Welcome to the public blog  of Most likely, you saw the BBC Special:  Eat, Fast, and Live Longer. The host, Dr. Michael Mosley,  is an affable, talented man who delivers a persuasive message. To find out more about intermittent fasting and other approaches to calorie restriction, become a free Healthy Start member of  Here are some of the website’s blogs on Intermittent Fasting, which are  available to all members:

Calorie Restriction, The CR Way for a Better Brain

Brain Training Combined with Daily Intermittent Fasting Improves Cognition

SIRT-3 Promotes Ketone Production

Daily Intermittent Fasting is best for Brain and Health

Calorie Restriction Scientists Discuss Ketones, the Brain and Longevity

Intermittent Fasting or Calorie Restriction

Many of these links present content that challenges traditional ideas about intermittent fasting. But don’t worry: If the style of intermittent fasting you have chosen helps you lose weight healthfully then, by all means, stick with it! is about helping you find workable solutions for your health needs. We give you the tools,  and then it’s up to you to apply them in a way that works for you in your life.

Please remember, members of this website are highly intelligent people who want proof when they make a decision to do something. That’s why we give  them access to leading experts and offer freely accessible blog and forum posts, filled with cutting-edge information that helps separate fact from fiction.

To help all members get off to the right start, LivingTheCRWay will host a free teleconference on intermittent fasting on Friday, July 12 at 7:30 PM ET.  Register your interest by joining as a free Healthy Start member of and sending a note to,  telling us you would like to join the teleconference.

2 Responses to “Is Intermittent Fasting Right for you?”

  1. Jaime Muruaga

    I’m in love with CR and IF 17/7, but I see a great disadvantage because I feel cold most of the day, is there any solution for this? and one more question, I bought The CR Way, 3years ago, back of updated edition? Thank you

    • admin

      Hi Jaime,

      Thanks for your comments. Being somewhat cold, comes with the CR territory. If you are doing CR correctly, your body temperature should drop, indicating less energy availability and thus less heat. On the other hand, you should not be cold all day. That usually indicates overdoing calorie restriction, which is not sustainable. Keeping your BMI between 19-23 is a good rule of thumb to avoid that.

      The reason we created was to keep to keep The CR Way updated. We just couldn’t put all we wanted into the book. You will find updates plus lots of new content on the website.

      Consider the microbiome: Optimizing the body’s microbiomes is vital for longevity. We have written a lot about that on LivingTheCRWay — information that is newly available –much of it released in 2014.

      We too are in love with CR and life! I’m so glad you have experienced benefits from practicing it.



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