Intermittent Fasting: necessary breaks

Intermittent Fasting: necessary breaks

What is intermittent fasting?


This type of lifestyle consists of alternating periods of fasting of varying lengths and periods of eating.

Fasting & Coaching invites you to experience intermittent fasting at the rate of one meal per day (at noon or in the evening), i.e. 5 days of 23-hour fasting.

Intermittent fasting isn’t a ‘starvation’ diet plan; it is a healthy lifestyle that anyone can sustain for the rest of their life.

– The One Meal A Day (OMAD) diet is a form of intermittent fasting where you fast for 23 hours and eat for the same 1-hour window each day. It is recommended you consume your one meal after your most active part of the day.


– The 5:2 diet consists of limiting caloric intake to a quarter of normal daily consumption, for 2 non-consecutive days: 500 calories for women and 600 for men with 5 days of normal healthy eating (approx. 2000kcal for women and 2500kcal for men).
– The 4:3 diet (also known as alternate day fasting) consists of 4 non-consecutive days of normal eating and 3 days of fasting.
– The 16:8 diet consists of alternating between a 16 hour fasting period and an 8 hour period of normal healthy eating. This practice is very popular because it is easy to implement. No breakfast or no dinner, the choice is yours.

– The Warrior Diet is based on the eating patterns of ancient warriors, who consumed little during the day and then feasted at night.  This diet is a type of intermittent fasting that revolves around 20-hour periods of undereating, followed by four-hour periods of overeating.

It is up to each individual to decide what suits them best; the main thing is to fast for at least 16 consecutive hours.

Intermittent fasting is accessible to all !


You will be amazed, when day after day, during your intermittent fast, you realise how easy it is to fast at home thanks to our “Fasting & Coaching” programs.

Intermittent fasting is becoming more and more popular. It is a simple way to reduce calories without complicating your life..
Fasting is accessible to all healthy people and is much easier than most diets you may have tried.

We are not always reasonable about our choice of food or its quality. Our bodies often have to cope with overloads, putting on unnecessary weight, which is not only tiring for the body but also distressing for the mind.

Our digestive system (our second brain) plays an essential role in our health …

When we are not eating, our digestive system, in particular, can finally eliminate accumulated toxins, strengthen our immune system, rebalance our intestinal flora, regenerate our cells and much more.

However! Our modern society motivates us to eat continuously and our digestive system can no longer do its job! This “eat all the time” phenomenon is new and has only been around for a few decades, no more! 

When we fast, the body restores itself …

The goal ? To eliminate toxins and allow our digestive system to rest when it is “clogged up” and no longer functioning optimally. And for good reason, because digestion is what puts the most demands on our body. It is the core where nutrients and energy are assimilated in order to make the whole body function with optimal efficiency. A core which must therefore be cared for.  


« Why is intermittent fasting good for me ? »




    By clicking below you confirm that you have read our Privacy Policy. You can unsubscribe at any time using the unsubscribe links or by contacting us at