Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is about when you eat, not what you eat.
Don’t think about it like a conventional diet, it’s more like an eating pattern.

Intermittent Fasting
Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting Benefits

Supports Weight Management

Intermittent Fasting supports a healthy metabolic rate, good energy levels and beneficial fat metabolism.

Improves the nervous system & brain health

Supports resistance to oxidative stress, where unstable molecules called free radicals can damage proteins and DNA.

Improves Cardiovascular health

New research proves fasting improves blood pressure, healthy cholesterol levels & heart health to help prevent Cardiovascular disease.

How fasting works

Fed State - Calories In
How does Intermittent Fasting work?
1hr Hours After Eating 10hrs
  • Storing fat & using food for energy

After a meal, fat is put into storage. Energy is provided by the carbohydrate, protein and fat in the food and drinks we consume. If you take in more food energy than your body uses, then your body stores this excess energy as fat.

More input food energy than output energy and you gain weight.

Fasting State - Calories Out
How does Intermittent Fasting work?
12hrs Hours After Eating 20hrs
  • Burning fat & using fat for energy

Intermittent fasting can help a person achieve a state of ketosis. Ketosis is a natural state of the metabolic process. If you take in less food energy than your body uses, your body relies on the stored fat and converts it to needed energy, which releases ketones and leads to ketosis.

Less input food energy than output energy and you lose weight.

Is intermittent fasting natural and safe?

Intermittent fasting makes sense when consider how our hunter-gatherer ancestors lived.

Often, our ancestors would have to go for extended periods of time without food. As a result, our bodies evolved to survive for long stretches without regular meals and we adapted to the fasting lifestyle. Today, food is everywhere and our eating styles just aren’t in sync with our evolution. As a result, we’re missing out on the benefits of intermittent eating to improve health, protect against disease and manage weight.

Intermittent Fasting

Catching ZZZs & burning calories

Sleeping is a form of fasting & is even how breakfast earned its name (break-fast… get it?).

Burning calories and Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting in the media

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