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Mar 15, 2022 | ISBN 9780593507476 | 429 Minutes

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“Cynthia Thurlow is a true pioneer in women’s health. Countless women in her practice have experienced dramatic physical changes and improved health markers from her unique intermittent fasting plan, and now women everywhere can benefit from her vast knowledge and lifechanging advice. Essential reading!” – Jason Fung, MD, author of The Obesity Code

“Intermittent fasting will change how you feel every single day. It will keep you young or even reverse the clock. Fasting is different for women. Read this book now to discover Cynthia Thurlow’s unique take on fasting.” – Dave Asprey, author of The Bulletproof Diet
“Women shouldn’t intermittent fast like men! Whether you are cycling, in perimenopause, or menopause, Cynthia’s IF45 plan will fit your needs to boost energy levels, improve sleep quality, prevent weight gain, and feel better than ever in your body.” – JJ Virgin, New York Times-bestselling author of The Virgin Diet
“Ever since Cynthia Thurlow’s TEDx Talk, ‘Intermittent Fasting: Transformational Technique,’ went viral in 2019, she has been considered a top thought leader in the field of IF and women’s health. Her new book, Intermittent Fasting Transformation, puts all of her best advice for women in one place. Spoiler alert: intermittent fasting is safe for women, and Cynthia explains it through the lens of her personal journey and also her expertise as a nurse practitioner.” – Gin Stephens, New York Times bestselling author of Fast. Feast. Repeat., Clean(ish), and Delay, Don’t Deny
“Fascinating and so accessible… Cynthia Thurlow has cracked the code on how hormones affect weight loss and why intermittent fasting is such a game changer for women.  It’s a must-read for women looking for a nutrition plan that fits easily into their lives and takes their health and total wellness to the next level.” – Robb Wolf, bestselling author of The Paleo Solution and Wired to Eat
“This book is the complete guide to women’s health. Cynthia outlines a brilliant 45-day program to harness the healing benefits of fasting. It’s important to understand that women should practice intermittent fasting differently than men, and Cynthia shares how women of all ages can use this tool properly. This book will change the lives of so many!” – Ben Azadi, bestselling author of Keto Flex and founder of Keto Kamp

“We have come to a point in time when well-designed programs to help optimize women is deeply needed in the face of an epidemic of confusion. We need Cynthia’s work now more than ever. Her dedication to helping transform lives and commitment to good science practices is exceptional. She does a wonderful job in providing a framework for women to gain control of their health and weight. As a fellowship trained physician in the area of nutrition/obesity medicine and geriatrics as well as founder of The Institute for Muscle-Centric Medicine, I love Cynthia’s work and am excited for it to get into the hands of the reader.”  – Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, DO, founder of the Institute for Muscle-Centric Medicine

“This groundbreaking, deeply researched book is the only diet plan truly tailored to women.  But the benefits go far beyond weight loss–with Cynthia’s plan women can unlock their metabolic health to help slowdown the effects of aging, protect themselves against disease, and feel energized, strong, and vibrant.” – Benjamin Bikman, PhD, scientist and author of Why We Get Sick

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