Privacy policy

Who are we?

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Collected personal data usage


When you leave a comment on our website, the data in the comment, as well as your IP address and your browser user agent are collected to help us detect unwanted comments.

An anonymized chain, created from your email address (also called hash), can be sent to our Gravatar services to check if you are using this email address. The confidentiality clauses of Gravatar services are available here: After the submission and acceptance of your comment, your profile picture will be publicly visible next to your comment.

Third-Party content

Articles on this website may include embedded content (for example videos, images, articles, etc.). Content embedded from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor went to that other site.

These websites could collect data about you, use cookies, ship third-party tracking tools, track your interactions with this embedded content if you have an account logged into their website.

Statistics and audience measures

Using and sharing your personal data

How long we store your data for

If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are kept indefinitely. This automatically recognizes and approves the following comments instead of leaving them in the moderation queue.

For users who log into our site (if possible), we also store the personal data shown in their profile. All users can see, edit or delete their personal information at any time (except their username). Site managers can also see and edit this information.

The rights you have to your data

If you have an account or have left comments on the site, you can request to receive a file containing all the personal data we have about you, including the data you have provided to us. You can also request the removal of personal data about you. This does not consider data stored for administrative, legal or security purposes.

Transmission of your personal data

Your feedback/comments can be verified using an automated detection service for unwanted comments.


We ask our members to provide us with their email address to send them our free newsletter.

Your email address is never loaned, sold, or exchanged.

Thus, you will never receive any communication from another third party on this address, apart from the free Fasting & Coaching newsletter to which you wished to register.

You can opt out of our mailing list at any time and with a single click thanks to the opt-out link on each of our letters. For any booking for a Fasting & Coaching session, we are obliged to ask you for a certain amount of personal information (name, first name, email address, phone number, payment information) in order to be able to process your order.

This information also remains strictly confidential and is stored on secure servers. Fasting & Coaching does not practice any type of rental, sale, exchange of collected email addresses.

Personal data can be transferred outside the European Union for hosting purposes by our providers.

At all times, you have the right to object, access and correct your data. All you need to do is contact us through our Contact Us form, or equivalently by post:

Fasting & Wellbeing Ireland, 84 Northumberland road Ballsbridge Dublin 4 IRELAND

Personal data is kept in a form that allows identification only after the time period necessary for the purpose for which it is collected and processed. 

Personal data is only available to qualified staff.

We are aware of the privacy dangers of the Internet, particularly in the Health and Wellbeing area, and maintain absolute confidentiality of the private data that may be disclosed to us.

Cookie policy

What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a text file deposited and stored on the user’s hard drive, subject to his/her choices, by the server of the site visited or by a third-party server (web analytics tool, advertising agency, partners, etc.). A cookie allows you to recognize the user’s terminal when it returns to a website. Indeed, it is not the User who is recognized but the terminal from which he visits a website.

What are the cookies on our website for ?

Only the transmitter of a cookie is likely to read or change information contained in it. The cookies we issue are used to recognize the user’s device when they log on to:

• Optimize the presentation of our website to your device’s display preferences (view resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits based on the hardware and playback software on your device,
• Allow the User to access reserved and personal spaces on our site, such as his personal account based on the information he gave at the time of the creation of his account. The User accesses through this portal, content that is personalized or reserved for him/her.
• Remember information about a form you filled out on our Site (access to your account/subscription). Establish statistics and volumes of attendance and use of our Sites,
• Put security measures in place, for example when the user is asked to log in after a certain period of time.
• Adapt the advertising content of our Sites to the user’s interests that result from the data of his browsing.

What cookies are issued on our website by third parties?

Due to third-party applications built into our site, some cookies may be issued by other entities. These features allow users to share content, such as Facebook’s “Share” or “Like” buttons, or twitter, Google, etc. clicks. The social network providing one of these applications is likely to identify you through its portals and cookies, even if you didn’t use them when you visited our site, simply because you have an open account on your device with the social network concerned. We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect this information and invite you to consult their privacy policies.

What can you do?

You have different ways to manage cookies. Any settings you can undertake may change your browsing experience on our website and the Internet in general and your conditions of access to certain services of our website requiring the use of cookies. You can express and modify your cookie wishes at any time, by the means described below.

1. The choices your browser software offers

You can set up your navigation software so that cookies are stored in your device or, on the contrary, rejected, either systematically or according to their sender. You can also set up your navigation software so that cookies are accepted or rejected on an ad hoc basis, before a cookie is likely to be registered in your device. For more information, see “How to exercise your choices based on the browser you’re using” below.
2. The Cookie Agreement

The registration of a cookie in a terminal is essentially conditional on the user’s wishes of the terminal, which the user can express and modify at any time and free of charge through the choices offered to him by his navigation software. If you have accepted cookies on your device in your browser settings, cookies embedded in the pages and content you have viewed can be stored temporarily in a dedicated space in your device. They will be readable only by their transmitter.

3. The refusal of cookies

If you refuse to register cookies in your device, or if you delete those that are registered in your device, you will no longer be able to benefit from a number of features that are nevertheless necessary to navigate certain spaces of our Sites This would be the case if you were trying to access your account or subscription that require you to identify yourself. This would also be the case when we, or our service providers, could not recognize, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by your device, its language and display settings, or the country from which your device appears to be connected to the Internet. If applicable, we do not accept responsibility for the consequences of the degraded operation of our services resulting from the inability of us to register or consult the cookies necessary for their operation and that you would have refused or deleted.

4. How to exercise your choices according to the browser you are using

For managing cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It’s described in your browser’s help menu, which will let you know how to change your cookie wishes. Here is how to get your browser to turn off cookies:

If you use Internet Explorer browser
• In Internet Explorer, Click ‘Tools’ (the gear icon) in the browser toolbar.
• Choose Internet Options
• Click the “Show Files” button.
• Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
• Close the window that contains the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.

If you use the Firefox browser
• Click the menu option
• Select the Privacy & Security panel and go to the Cookies and Site Data section.
• Find the affected files, select them, and delete them.
If you use the Safari browser
• Go to ‘Safari Menu’ in the corner top right and click ‘Preferences’
• Click ‘Privacy’ tab.
• Click “Details.”
• Click “Show Cookies.”
• Select the cookies involved and click “Clear” or “Delete All Cookies.”
• After deleting the cookies, click “Finished.”

If you use the Chrome browser
• Click on the “More”, and then “Settings” menu icon.
• Under “Privacy and security,” click Site settings.
• Click Cookies
• Find the affected files, select them, and delete them.
• Click “Close” to return to your browser.

To find out the options offered by any other navigation software and how to delete cookies stored in your device, depending on the browser (s) installed in your terminal, we invite you to consult your browser’s help menu as well as the “Your Tracks” section of the CNIL (National Commission for Computer and Freedoms) website.

The Cookies we are likely to issue allow us, if your Terminal has allowed them to be registered:

• to count the number of views and activations of our advertising content broadcast on third-party sites or applications, identify these content and sites/applications, determine the number of users who clicked on each content, calculate the sums owed to the players of the advertising channel (communication agency, advertising agency, site/broadcast support) and establish statistics, adapt the presentation of the site to which one of our advertising or promotional content leads, depending on your Terminal’s display preferences (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits and according to the hardware and reading software that your Terminal contains, depending on the location data (longitude and latitude) that are transmitted to us (or to our providers) by your Terminal with your prior consent. ,
• to track your Terminal’s subsequent navigation on sites or apps or other advertising content.

Personal data and browsing information

The information that you have provided us with personal data about you, including your electronic contact information, when you log in or access one of our services, may, subject to your choice, associate navigational information relating to your Terminal, processed by the cookies we issue, with your personal data in order to address you. For example, newsletters that might be more of an interest to you.

You can opt out of the newsletter at any time, by contacting us directly and free of charge, or through the opt-out link included in any newsletter that we may send you by email.