Obesity Code Meal Plan (With Printable PDFs)

Last Updated on February, 2024

If you’re reading this article now, I am SURE you’re well aware of Jason Fung’s ‘The Obesity Code’ book, where he outlines two example fasting methods.

  • 24-Hour Fasting Schedule
  • 36-Hour Fasting Schedule

Did I nail it?

You should have probably checked out my detailed talk about ‘Jason Fung’s Obesity Code Diet Plan.’ If not, check it NOW!

I’ve got you the printable meal plans – filled and blank!

Remember this before checking it out.

Forget what you eat in between. The key is sticking to the fasting times. That’s when your body drops blood glucose and insulin, kicking fat-burning for a STEADY WEIGHT LOSS.

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 24-Hour Fasting Schedule (Printable PDF)

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 24-Hour Fasting Schedule

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A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 24-Hour Fasting Schedule (Printable PDF With Blanks)

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 24-Hour Fasting Schedule (With Blanks)

Click to access a printable PDF.

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 36-Hour Fasting Schedule (Printable PDF)

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 36-Hour Fasting Schedule

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A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 36-Hour Fasting Schedule (Printable PDF With Blanks)

A 7-Day Meal Plan With A 36-Hour Fasting Schedule (With Blanks)

Click to access a printable PDF.

Conclusion

I know it’s not easy to ADOPT A NEW ROUTINE all at once, but give it a try!

TRUST ME. You know what? Caring for your body and health is something no one can do better than you. 

PRINT out these 24-hour and 36-hour schedules.

Try them, and let me know how it works for you!

FAQs

Dr. Fung recommends intermittent fasting and a low-carb or keto diet for weight loss and diabetes control. This includes limiting food and drink intake for a designated period of time.

Fung’s Intermittent Fasting has the following advantages: weight loss, lowered blood glucose levels, decreased reliance on medication, and enhanced overall health.

There are a few groups of people who should not practice intermittent fasting: individuals under 18 years old, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and those with type 1 diabetes who use insulin.