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Thrive and Advance: The Secret Formula for Winning

Thrive and Advance: The Secret Formula for Winning
The NCAA Basketball Tournament – or March Madness, as it’s more commonly known – is one of the most exciting events in the world of sports. The ann...

The Joy of Watching a Sports Game Provides Awareness on What We Eat

The Joy of Watching a Sports Game Provides Awareness on What We Eat
There is no question that the Big Game of American Football brings us together to spend time and celebrate with friends and family. The tradition o...

Welcome to Fast Bar™!

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Fasting has been a fascinating human practice across millennia. Its humble beginnings date back to early times when humans foraged and were forced to fast while finding food sources. Eventually, fasting took shape as a spiritual practice for forgiveness, soul or body cleanse, or even sacrifice and meditation. Medically speaking, fasting has been used to help relieve symptoms of specific conditions based on scientific breakthroughs of fasting in cell metabolism. At present, fasting rises as a powerful health and wellness trend to help our bodies stay healthy and enhance cellular function.

Learn About Time-Restricted Eating

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When it comes to eating strategies for losing weight and improving health, it seems no stone has gone unturned. From starvation diets to the latest food-specific eating regimens, each method offers a unique approach to achieving the desired goal. Unfortunately, the majority of these tactics fall short in the long run. Users often complain that these eating plans are too difficult to maintain on a regular basis or don’t provide the necessary micro and macronutrients to function at optimal levels throughout the day.

Fasting Mimicking Diet® is Awarded First-Ever Patent for Optimizing Human Healthspan

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Fasting has always been part of human history; but recently, humans have become accustomed to eating multiple times a day, every day, causing a worldwide obesity epidemic.