How to fast, the different options – new video course

How to Fast – The Different Options – Dr. Jason Fung
Do you want to lose weight and reverse diabetes with intermittent fasting?

Here’s the third part in our video course featuring one of the world’s top experts, Dr. Jason Fung. Here he explains the different popular fasting options and makes it easy for you to choose the one that suits you best.

Watch it on the membership pages

The first part of the fasting series is available for non-members too.

and you can see all parts instantly – as well as many other .


What is Fasting – Dr. Jason Fung
How to Maximize Fat Burning – Dr. Jason Fung
How to Get Started with Fasting – Dr. Jason Fung
Who Is Dr. Jason Fung?
Further parts in the fasting course – as well as more recorded series with Dr. Fung and other experts – will be released shortly, as soon as editing is complete.

More with Dr. Fung

The Perfect Treatment for Weight Loss and Diabetes – Dr. Jason Fung
The 2 big lies of type 2 diabetes – Dr. Jason Fung
The Key to Obesity – Dr. Jason Fung
Ask Dr. Jason Fung
Dr. Fung’s blog:


  1. Bonnie livingstone
    I have joined with my visa number but can not see the video about fasting. The number three one. What was the point of me joining if I can't access the videos???
    Reply: #2
  2. charles
    The Video How to fast does not work
    Reply: #4
  3. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Charles!

    You have to login as member to be able to see the video.
    ( You can then watch the video here: )

    The Video How to fast does not work

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  5. Ivan
    I am Ivan from the Philippines!
    Its my 12 day of 23:1 omad fasting and in the evening when I eat my blood pressure rises. I feel that my heart beat is faster 100/ minutes and I feel a little bit dizzy. What should I do doctor? Should I eat vegetables or fruits first to let adjust my Body before eating a mean meal?
    Reply: #7
  6. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    When you eat, what kinds of food are you eating? Blood pressure rising and rapid heart beat are not a normal reaction to eating.

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