Intermittent fasting - the future of sustainable weight loss


Fasting, or rather intermittent fasting, has truly seen an upswing in popularity in the last year and the trend is set to explode. Intermittent being the key word, this new and fresh approach sees old school fasting routines dusted off and modernised to fit into today’s up and go-lifestyles. Historically, fasting has always proved efficient for people who want to shed a few pounds, but there has also always been the issue of how to embrace this long term. Missing out on certain nutrients and dealing with tiredness and a clouded mind has unavoidably positioned original fasting as yoyo dieting, making it understandably difficult for people to fully commit. 

Intermittent fasting suggests a shorter fasting window and a frequency to suit each individual and can be even more efficient when supported by certain health-boosting supplements, something that new collagen drinks brand Ancient + Brave has cleverly snapped up. Their range of powders and oils are made with the world’s most potent collagen, with amazing abilities to boost cognitive performance and focus. It’s basically like feeding your brain. The brand’s ‘Brave Method’ is specifically designed to assist healthy weight loss via intermittent fasting and lets you consume a morning dose of healthy collagen – in whatever form preferred – that takes you through your fasting window as your most alert self. Supercharging this with their MCT Oil, further enhances cognitive performance, mood and allows you to fast for longer comfortably.  


Compared to zero calorie intake fasting, the benefits of assisted intermittent fasting are impressive. Not only will your mind stay clear, but your whole body will benefit too as collagen supports a healthier digestive tract, can improve joint function and also skin quality.  It’s a win win situation. Intermittent fasting has truly emerged as the new contemporary way of losing weight, and combined with the right supplements, could very well be the future of sustainable weight loss.




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