Intermittent fasting has become one of the most popular methods for weight management and fat loss, but it’s more than just a trend. In addition to helping people lose weight, research has shown that intermittent fasting can positively influence metabolic health, and may positively affect brain function. It can also contribute to a healthy lifestyle and lifespan by simplifying food intake and giving the digestive system a break.
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. 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.
Fast Bar was specifically formulated to support intermittent fasting regimens, offering nourishment and reducing feelings of hunger to support the body as it fasts — plus, it has delicious nuts.
Having a Fast Bar first thing in the morning, or in the afternoon while you’re on the run, means you’re giving your body extra support during an intermittent fasting program, giving it the nourishment it needs while in a cycle of eating and fasting*.
Fast Bar supports weight management and fasting goals, and a healthy lifestyle. Backed by scientific research in fasting and longevity, Fast Bar can support an intermittent fasting program, is perfect for on-the-go snacking, can extend your fasting window*, or is an ideal supplement to a modified ketogenic diet.