Intermittent Fasting

Everyone’s talking about intermittent fasting right now, and for good reason. 
This ancient eating technique is surprisingly simple, sustainable and is helping people manage weight and live healthier.

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.

Benefits to fasting

Support healthy weight management

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

Supports brain health & the nervous system

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

Supports cardiovascular & optimal health

New research suggests fasting may support healthy cholesterol levels & heart health. 

How fasting works

Fed State - Calories In
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
12hrs Hours After Eating 20hrs
  • Burning fat & using fat for energy

Intermittent fasting can support achieving 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.

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

Catching ZZZs & burning calories

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

Scientifically researched to support your fast

If you’re anything like us, the idea of going 12 or more hours without a meal just seems impossible. That is why we designed a 100% plant-based supplement to help get over the hunger hurdles. 

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