Time Restricted Eating (TRE)
So while you’re still eating when doing time-restricted eating, you also get the benefits of fasting when you observe non-eating hours.
How do you TRE
Types of Time-Restricted Eating
Another method of time-restricted eating follows your circadian rhythm. In this method, you time your eating window in the 12-hour period after you have breakfast in the morning and start your fast in the 12 hours after you finish dinner at night. While it’s true that you can eat whatever you want, it’s recommended that you follow a healthy diet of your choice, whether it’s vegan or vegetarian, pescatarian, ketogenic, or any other diet that supports your body’s needs.
NOURISH YOUR BODY
When doing Time-Restricted Eating, it's important to choose something nourishing to break your fast, or help you keep your energy up during the day when you’re on the run. That’s what Fast Bar was made for. Created to provide nourishment and satiety during time-restricted eating programs, Fast Bar features premium ingredients. It’s a great option for morning, or when you need something to eat during a busy afternoon. Plus, it gives your body extra nourishment and support during the eating and fasting cycle, no matter which version of time-restricted eating you’re engaging in.
Why Fast Bar?
Fast Bar was created specifically to nourish the body, support your weight management goals, and encourage a healthy lifestyle.
It’s a great option to support your time-restricted eating program or to take with you when you have a busy day. Some key features include:
Plant Based Protein
Non GMO & Gluten Free
Healthy Weight Management
Fasting With Food™