The emerging science is based on recent Noble Prizes handed out in 2016 and 2017, as well as deeper research done on its benefits. Rather than focusing on what to eat, the only limitation is when you eat.

Wherever you’re at on your Intermittent Fasting Journey, Fast Bar can support your routine. Our bar’s tasty macadamias, almonds, pecans, and honey are scientifically-formulated to curb your hunger and extend your fasting state*!

Read more from our list of Intermittent Fasting methods HERE to find one that works best for you!

*Benefits seen in a randomized, controlled study in 105 adults after a 15-hour overnight fast comparing the glucose and ketone results every hour for 4 hours in the Fast Bar group, breakfast group and water-fast group. Click here to read the published scientific article.
types of fasts
The idea behind intermittent fasting is to eat food during a certain predetermined timeline and abstain from eating for the remainder of the day - in essence, eating according to certain cycles. For example, there’s the 16:8 intermittent fasting method, which offers an eight-hour window of eating, and 16 hours spent fasting. The 5:2 intermittent fasting method takes that cycle a step further, with five days of regular eating coupled with two days of fasting, or 2 days of reduced caloric intake (500 calories for women, 600 calories for men). There’s also the method of doing an intermittent fast in accordance with your circadian rhythm, which means, eating during a 12-hour window, and fasting from after dinner until breakfast the next morning, making up the other 12-hour window.