Dear Subscriber,


Today I’ve got something VERY
interesting for you.

For years we’ve been told to watch
WHAT we eat for optimal health.
But a very recent study may soon add
in one more element to the equation.

In fact, this could be a HUGE breakthrough
in helping you keep the kilos off and
staying healthy for life.

Yours For Health,
Shane Shiels
Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide’s Premier Health & Fitness Expert

WHEN You Eat Could Affect Your Health…

Everyone knows that to get and stay healthy,
you’ve got to watch WHAT you eat.

But a recent study conducted at the Salk
Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego
suggests that WHEN we eat can be just as important –
if not more so.

Most of us eat whenever we feel like it. And
if we are on an eating schedule, it’s usually
throughout the entire day. The only time we
don’t eat and give our digestive system a
break is while we’re sleeping (which these
days may as little as 4 – 6 hours for many!).

That’s why the results of this study are surprising…

It turns out that keeping the times you eat to just
a block of eight hours and fast the other 16 can be
great for your health.

The study, published earlier this year in Cell
Metabolism, took mice that shared the same
genes, gender and age and split them up into
two groups.

Both groups ate the same exact thing – a
high-fat diet where 60 percent of the calories
came from fat.

The only difference? One group was allowed
to eat and nibble throughout the day, whenever
they wanted. The other group was only allowed
to eat during an eight-hour window and fasted
for the remaining 16 hours.

Researchers observed the mice for 100 days.
At the end of the study, the mice who were
allowed to eat whenever they wanted gained
weight and developed clear markers of metabolic
syndrome – high blood sugar, high cholesterol
and liver damage.

The mice that were only allowed to eat during
an eight-hour period weighed 28 percent less.

But that’s not the impressive part… these same
mice showed NONE of the negative health
effects (i.e. high cholesterol, blood sugar, etc)
that the eat-any-time group developed… despite
eating exactly the same thing! [1]

Says Satchidananda Panda, the study’s lead author,
“…regular eating times and fasting for a significant
number of hours a day might be beneficial to our

It seems that by letting your body fast daily for an
extended period of time activates certain liver
enzymes that cause your metabolism to burn extra
calories as heat instead of storing them as fat.

For sure, more studies need to be done on humans
to see the effects of fasting 16 hours and eating for
only 8.

But there is promise. Most successful health
interventions we know of today, were first tested
in mice.

This may even be an interesting experiment to try
for yourself, and see what happens. Now, this doesn’t
mean you should go out and eat whatever you want.
What you eat STILL matters.

Just keep eating the healthy meals you’d normally
eat, but only do so during an eight-hour time-frame.
So maybe from 12pm – 8pm or if you like to get an
earlier start, from 10am – 6pm.

Who knows? Try it for 30 days and you just might
surprise yourself!

And by the way, if you’re serious about taking your
health and fitness to the next level before the end
of this year, why not take advantage of your FREE
Fitness Consultation? (an $87 value)

During this consult, you’ll receive detailed information
on how to get fit and trim that’s tailored to YOUR body.

There’s no obligation and it’s totally and completely
free. To sign up, use the link below



1. Megumi Hatori, Satchidananda Panda, et al.
“Time-Restricted Feeding without Reducing Caloric
Intake Prevents Metabolic Diseases in Mice Fed a
High-Fat Diet.” Cell Metabolism, 2012; DOI: 10.1016/

Quote Corner

“Success is getting what you want. Happiness is
wanting what you get.” – Dale Carnegie

Eat Yourself Thin

Pork Tenderloin with a Honey Grape Sauce
(Serves Six)

salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
905 gms pork tenderloin
2 teaspoons olive oil
1/4 cup minced shallots
1 tablespoon minced garlic
2 cups seedless red grapes, halved
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger root
1/2 teaspoon Asian five-spice powder

1. Preheat grill for medium heat.

2. Lightly oil grate. Season meat with salt and
pepper, and place on grill. Cook for 15 to 25
minutes, or to desired doneness, turning meat
as necessary to cook evenly. Remove from grill,
and let stand 10 minutes before slicing.

3. Meanwhile, heat olive oil in a saucepan over
medium heat. Cook shallots and garlic in oil until
tender. Stir in grapes, soy sauce, honey, ginger,
and five-spice powder. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat,
and simmer for 15 minutes. Set aside to cool for 10

4. Process cooled sauce until smooth in a blender or
food processor. Serve over sliced tenderloin.

3. Bake for 15 minutes in the preheated oven, then
turn them over, and continue baking for about 5 more
minutes, or until somewhat crispy on the outside. Serve
with pasta and sauce or however you’d like.

Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 25 mins
Ready: 40 mins

Amount Per Serving – Calories: 264 / Total Fat: 9.2g /
Cholesterol: 84mg / Sodium: 554mg / Total Carbs: 17.4g /
Dietary Fibre: 0.7g / Protein: 27.7g

Recipe from AllRecipes.com.

Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide, S.A.
Phone: 0420 347 550

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