Category Archives: Intermittent Fasting

Newsletter for April 2024

Healthy Skeptics Newsletter for April, 2024 By Stephen Cherniske “If people knew better, they’d do better.” This is actually an important announcement. All good news. In early March, Natalie and I were asked to review a natural products R&D company out of Sweden called Zinzino. We were impressed by the science, the world-class clinical and […]

Healthy Skeptics Newsletter for March 2024

Healthy Skeptics Newsletter By Stephen Cherniske “If people knew better, they’d do better.” What you need to know about DHEA and Brain aging. I’m going to try a different approach with this newsletter. Instead of the normal instructional narrative, I want to try a logic path, starting with established facts, then leading to a reasonable hypothesis. […]

Healthy Skeptics Newsletter for October 2023

Newsletter for October, 2023 Stephen Cherniske Natalie Kather, M.D. New “Geroprotective” drugs. Not ready for Prime Time. The smoking gun in breast cancer recurrence: The take-home lesson is not what you think October Specials:             * The Metabolic Plan – Stephen’s 2003 blockbuster – at 50% off       […]

Healthy Skeptics Newsletter for August 2023

Topic GLP-1 drugs for weight loss. Side effects and alternatives Two August product specials 10% off on KYSO pre-workout supplement Buy a 2 pound Timed Release Protein, and get a FREE download of Stephen’s e-book, The Complete Guide to Intermittent Fasting. Topic 1. Rapid weight loss… at what cost? Stephen Cherniske, MS Natalie Kather, MD […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 3

Intermittent Fasting (IF) Part III © 2020 Stephen Cherniske, M.Sc. The KickStart Strategy Here is an IF approach that works for just about everyone Enjoy a high-quality dinner, but avoid dessert and eat nothing after 7:00 PM. If you experience a gnawing hunger that might interfere with sleep, have protein; some leftover fish from dinner, […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 2

Intermittent Fasting (IF) part II © 2020 Stephen Cherniske, M.Sc. Glycogen and Fat. Since life, until very recently, was fraught with short and sometimes lengthy periods of famine, humans evolved the ability to store energy. For short famines (one to 2 days) glycogen stores in the liver and muscles work just fine. For longer periods, […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 1 – IF

The Do’s, Don’ts and Whys of Intermittent Fasting (IF) “Our ancient ancestors, whose bodies we inherited, ate and weighed a good deal less in relation to their size than we do. Over hundreds of thousands of years their desire for food was checked by its scarcity and the effort it took to collect it daily […]