Fuel your fast
What Is It?
Intermittent fasting is one of the oldest dietary interventions in the world.
It’s an age-old concept that simply means a larger fasting window and a smaller eating window.
For example, you eat for eight hours between 11am to 7pm and then you fast until 11am the next morning – supported by the Brave Method!
What Are The Benefits?
Fasting helps you take control of your health and become more mindful about when and what you eat.
By adopting the eating patterns of our ancestors and embracing cycles of feast and famine you are working in a preventive way to ensure you reset your metabolic hormones and give your body a break from having to digest food. For more information read our blog post on Skipping Breakfast.
Research shows that regular intermittent fasts have endless mental and physical benefits, from boosting metabolism, regulating blood pressure, reducing inflammation and upping your brain's cognitive functions.
We like to think of it as free medicine.
Healthier brain - studies have shown intermittent fasts can support improvements in memory, focus and clarity.
Boosting metabolic health – studies have shown that fasting can help boost your metabolic rate which facilitates fat burning, weight loss and can lower blood sugar levels.
Anti-ageing - fasting helps to reduce inflammation and to enhance repair processes such as removing waste from cells. Naturally rejuvenating and replenishing your body to create a greater sense of balance and control.