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Intermittent Fasting Mini Course

  • Learn the basics of intermittent fasting
  • Find out the best pattern for intermittent fasting
  • Boost your growth hormone by 2000 percent
How to Do Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting isn’t a diet—it's an eating pattern similar to how we humans evolved.

Our ancestors didn't have three full meals and several snacks each day. More commonly, they ate one to two meals and often went a whole day without food. 

Your body is primed to burn fat for energy, but frequent meals and snacks prevent your metabolism from getting into fat-burning mode—a state called ketosis.

Watch this course to learn why intermittent fasting is the perfect eating pattern alongside a Healthy Keto® diet. 

Why you need to do intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting allows your body to use fat as fuel instead of burning carbs and sugars for energy. Burning fat keeps insulin levels low, releases growth hormone, and builds muscle mass.

Learn why intermittent fasting is the best way to support your body if you:

  • Need frequent meals
  • Snack constantly
  • Have persistent weight and belly fat 
  • Experience low energy
  • Crave sugars

Intermittent fasting in combination with keto causes profound changes in your hormonal balance and metabolism. You will find it easy to get rid of belly fat, feel more energetic, and have a more stable mood.

You’ll also learn why reducing the frequency of meals triggers a powerful process called autophagy. Autophagy helps your body to get rid of old, damaged cells, lowers your risk of diseases, and has potent anti-aging effects.

How to do intermittent fasting 

Have you tried to find out how to start intermittent fasting but had more questions than you found answers to? This course provides you with all the basics needed to get started. You will understand that:

  • Lowering the frequency of your meals doesn't mean reducing your calories.
  • Intermittent fasting and Healthy Keto provide all your body's nutrient requirements.
  • Once you adjust to intermittent fasting, your body will be efficient in burning fat, leading to less hunger and cravings, making intermittent fasting a sustainable long-term lifestyle habit.
Dos and don'ts of intermittent fasting

This course doesn't simply give you a timetable of when you should and shouldn't eat. Instead, you will gain insight into slowly transitioning into intermittent fasting without side effects or symptoms of low blood sugar.

Adapting to intermittent fasting takes time. Listen to your body and tweak your meal frequency accordingly. You will understand why healthy fats are the key to success and how to help your body adjust to intermittent fasting.

Nutrients play an important role in health. You will learn which nutrients support your transition into intermittent fasting and how to include nutrient-dense, high-quality foods in your intermittent fasting routine.

Find out how you can make intermittent fasting part of your lifestyle and benefit from improved well-being, weight loss, and more energy. Get started now!