Two out of every three American adults are obese or overweight. About half of us are on diets. Why aren't those weight loss plans working? It's certainly not for a lack of diet books: You can find weight loss plans ranging from ones urging you to slash your calories to 500 every other day to those recommending you survive primarily on steak.
But the problem: They're difficult to stick to long-term. Now David Zinczenko, author of the "Eat This, Not That" series has teamed up with Peter Moore, Editor of Men's Health magazine, to create a different plan. And it's all about timing, not temptations: "The 8-Hour Diet: Watch the Pounds Disappear Without Watching What You Eat!" (click for more information).
The key: Eat within an eight-hour window, feasting on your favorite foods. Then give your body a break by fasting the rest of the time. The authors cite studies showing that this process selectively burns fat for energy, reducing your risk of dementia and heart disease while boosting your weight loss.
Also included are eight-minute recipes, tips on how to make the "8-Hour Diet" work within your own schedule, and guidance on maintaining your weight loss. You'll also learn about pound-blasting Power Foods that can boost the fat-burning process even more.