Break the rules, not the fast with world-renowned biohacker and Bulletproof Coffee founder Dave Asprey, author of The Bulletproof Diet, Head Strong, and other New York Times bestsellers.
For more than a decade, Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey has shared his unique point of view and expertise to help fans become the best versions of themselves. From living longer to getting smarter, maximizing performance to practicing mindfulness, Dave’s followers look to him for his take on the most effective techniques to become healthier and more powerful than most doctors think is possible.
Asprey has been fasting for years, long before it gained widespread popularity, and if you’re a fan of Bulletproof coffee and The Bulletproof Diet, you have been enjoying some of the benefits of Intermittent Fasting too.
In Fast This Way, Dave asks readers to forget everything they think they know about the ancient practice and takes them on a journey through cutting-edge science to examine the ways novice fasters and Intermittent Fasting loyalists can up-end their relationship with food and upgrade their fasting game beyond calorie restriction.
What IF eating the right foods at the right time can actually enhance your fast?
What IF how you work out and sleep could trick your body into thinking you are fasting?
What IF it were easy to skip a meal, or two, or three?
What IF fasting is different for women, can be personalized to your genes, and can impact your mental health?
What IF all fasts could be created equal?
Fast This Way is a compelling read through the latest thinking on fasting and gives readers the manual and toolkit to make the most of their fasts and their personal biology.
About the Author
Dave Asprey is a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur, professional biohacker, the New York Times bestselling author of Game Changers, Head Strong and The Bulletproof Diet, the creator of Bulletproof Coffee, and the host of Bulletproof Radio, the Webby Award–winning, number one–ranked podcast. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
"It's clear from the research that fasting helps to promote health by reducing inflammation, improving insulin sensitivity, and reducing the risk of diabetes, among other benefits. These days it seems like there are as many fasting protocols as there are reasons to fast, so luckily for us, Dave Asprey has written this clear-headed, practical, and entertaining guide to a fasting lifestyle that is as healthy as it is enjoyable.” — Mark Hyman, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Food Fix and Head of Strategy and Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine
"In this timely, interdisciplinary look at fasting as a practice and ritual, Dave Asprey advances a powerful new paradigm for doing more with less. Fast This Way is both a timeless manifesto on the mental, physical, and spiritual rewards of fasting as well as a practically and philosophically relevant text on cultivating our inner wisdom." — Shaman Durek, author of Spirit Hacking
“Fasting can be a huge gain, and not a sacrifice! In Fast This Way, Dave Asprey uses his legendary biohacking skills to show readers how fasting can offer protective benefits ranging from enhanced longevity to decreased risk of neurodegeneration to improved metabolic function. While the power of food can indeed boost the body’s defensive systems, Fast This Way shows how not eating for certain lengths of time can also be an incredible tool for building health. Read this book to learn how you can turn less food into more health.” — William W. Li, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Beat Disease and President and Medical Director, the Angiogenesis Foundation
"Part Carlos Castaneda spirit quest, part medical instruction manual, Fast This Way is a scientific adventure into the ancient art of controlling weight, metabolism, and the mind. Within a few days of applying Asprey's instructions I felt, and saw, results—and they weren't subtle. This book reminds us of how our bodies are supposed to work, and instructs us on how to keep them in best running order for years to come." — James Nestor, New York Times bestselling author of Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art