Diet based on time, often called intermittent fasting, has been associated to benefits like controlling the impulse of eating at any time.
Though it is easier said than done, intermittent fasting is HARD. Few people are capable of sticking to this practice long enough.
Notwithstanding, recent investigations have discovered methods that can help you control the impulse of over-eating, such as consuming powdered beverages which give the body balanced nutrients to the body between meals to provide a sensation of satiety, in order to keep the digestive system working without completely depriving of food and without replacing any meal.
How It Works
7am - 9am
Begin your day with a herbal drink (e.g. Powdered tea) to maintain the digestive system working normally.
12 pm (noon)
Consume a beverage which provides nutrients to the body (e.g. with phytosterols, vitamins, minerals, policosanol, oat fiber) before your largest meal. This does not substitute your meal in any way but complements it to help you avoid the impulse of over-eating.
Consume your dinner with another beverage which provides nutrients to your body. This does not substitute your dinner in any way but complements it to help you avoid the impulse of over-eating.
Begin your fasting after dinner and wait a certain amount of hours before your next meal, with the purpose of gradually initiate an intermittent fasting program.
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PLEASE CONTACT A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL BEFORE STARTING ANY DIET PROGRAM.