3 Key Reasons Why Fasting Has Replaced Dieting

According to a report from the International Food Information Council, fewer Americans resolved to diet in 2021. nutritionists have long perceived dieting to be an antiquated endeavor. Here are three reasons to shift your focus to fasting instead.

1- Health over Deprivation
While dieting and fasting can both result in weight loss, dieting often involves limiting vital nutrients. Intermittent fasting or time-restricted eating (TRE), doesn’t require specific boundaries for calories, macronutrients, or foods. And a Fasting Mimicking Diet® (FMD®) takes just five days a month, with the potential for lasting results when done in multiple cycles.

Many trendy diets involve complex rules or cumbersome counting and tracking measures. TRE simply focuses on daily meal timing, and a FMD offers a decision-free way to achieve benefits, with everything you need to complete the fast delivery to your door.

3-Lifestyle Versus Short-Lived
The best way to lose weight, keep it off, and improve overall health is to adopt habits with stick-with-it-ness. Because many diets are unsustainable long-term, the results, if any, are short-lived. TRE can become a daily regime, and FMD can be completed monthly, or quarterly on an ongoing basis, in order to achieve and maintain weight loss and health benefits.


Start your fasting routine with a 5-day cycle of ProLon®, and finish the month strong with Fast Bar®, specifically designed for intermittent fasting.