Next Fast will begin on the 22nd November, 13th December 2020 & 31st January 2021! 

 

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Introducing the Fasting Mimicking Diet

Discover the new science to slow ageing, fight disease and manage your weight! 

 

The internationally renowned, clinically tested, revolutionary diet programme to fight disease, live a longer, healthier life and maintain weight. 

Join Key Nutrition's 5 day fast community challenge starting 22nd November, 13th December & 31st January 2021

What is the Fasting Longevity or Fasting Mimicking Diet? 

 

This diet was created by Dr Valter Longo, an Italian Biologist and expert in the field of ageing. He sought to replicate the benefits of fasting while still providing the body with nutrition. His modifications avoid the calorie deprivation associated with other types of fasting. 

For just $69.95 (one fast) , $129.90 (two fasts) or $189.85 (three fasts)  the five day meal plan has been carefully created so you eat a restricted amount of calories per day with differential macronutrient percentages so you can switch on fat burning nutritional ketosis. The macro-nutrient breakdown consists of high fat, low protein and moderate carbohydrate.  Each five day fast will have different meal variety. 

Why do another fast? 

It is recommended to do the five day fast three times consecutively to maximise the health benefits or once every month for three months. Then drop back to once every 3-6 months depending on your health and wellbeing. 

How it works:

 

The first day of the meal plan will consist of the highest amount of calories, then it will reduce from days two- five. There is no meat or animal products consumed throughout the five days.  

 

The unique combination of nutrients and reduction in calories is meant to trick your body into thinking it is fasting, even though it’s been given energy. Because calories vary between days, it’s important that dieters do not mix foods or carry foods over into the next day. You must follow the meal plan accurately, this includes weighing or measuring to the exact portions. 

 

Unlike the majority of diets out there on the market, the FMD is supported by research. There are several studies that have demonstrated the health benefits of similar fasting methods. 

What's Included?

  • Five Day Meal Plan (carefully calculated) including recipes

  • FMD Benefits and Side Effects 

  • Shopping List for the five days

  • Be part of our facebook community group where we will share our journey together

Benefits Include:

 

Reduction in visceral belly fat 

Autophagy 

Cellular regeneration and increase circulating stem cells

Reduction in blood sugar and cholesterol levels 

Reduction in inflammation 

Switch on fat burning, nutritional ketosis

Reduced brain fog

To read more about the research of the health benefits included, please click here.  

Symptoms you may experience during the five day fast include:

Fatigue

Headache

Dizziness

Weakness

Muscle soreness 

Sugar cravings

Brain fog 

Who should avoid the FMD?

 

Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or anyone who is underweight or malnourished. I would also not advise anyone to do this diet if they have any history of an eating disorder or are under a lot of stress. If you have a serious health condition like diabetes or kidney disease- then please only use this plan under a Doctor’s supervision.

“The Longevity Diet is the key to living a longer, healthier and more fulfilled life.”

The Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD) is a key component to increasing longevity, reduce the ageing process and has been recommended to do 2-6 times per year to maximize health."

- Dr Valter Longo

“Felt really good Monday, Tuesday was definitely my hardest day crashed very early and very lethargic. Week got better from there. I find the afternoons the worst - hang out for dinner. My sleep is the best its been in years, my insides feel fantastic, no muscle soreness, no inflammation, lost some kilos, very sharp cognitively in the mornings and not craving anything sweet! Do miss high intensity exercise”

 

– Divya Lal