Mini-Episode: Fasting Myths & A Free Challenge

Fast This Way
If you're curious about fasting, know a thing or two, or even know a lot, Dave Asprey breaks down the myths and offers a free challenge.

My new book on fasting is different than any book you’ve ever read about fasting. Here’s what you’ll learn in “Fast This Way: Burn Fat, Heal Inflammation, and Eat Like the High-Performing Human You Were Meant to Be:”

  • A breakdown of fasting myths.
  • The most current scientific research on fasting in an accessible, easy-to-understand way.
  • Hacks you can do during a fast that are fully backed by science.
  • Steps to follow to make your fasting a positive experience, yet I’m straight with you about the stressors.
  • Why women’s fasting looks different than men’s and why it’s so important to know the differences.
  • How to choose the best fasting style for your personal biology.
  • What supplements can help support your fast.
  • An exploration of spiritual fasting, the magical side of fasting and what it can do to make you a better person.
  • And much more!

As a FREE gift for anyone who wants to learn more about fasting, I’m hosting a two-week Fasting Challenge that begins Jan. 25.

You’re welcome to join any time. Go to to get a copy of my book and sign up for the challenge. For the first time ever, I’m teaching people directly from my book. I’d love to see you there!

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