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3-Day Circadian Fasting Challenge

3-Day Circadian Fasting Challenge

Everything you need to know about the 3-day challenging fast

Often times, beginning something new can be the hardest part in life. Procrastination and perhaps the thought of not being successful at it may stop you from starting something, especially a change in lifestyle. Circadian fasting is so important for overall health and has numerous benefits, so to help you get started, I’ve created a FREE 3-day circadian fasting challenge. Once you sign up, you will get daily emails from me every morning, with an encouraging message, tips and tricks for a successful day, studies about circadian fasting and recipes to try.

What can you expect?

With circadian fasting, it is key to understand that other aspects are just as important to improving your health—think sleep, nutrition, stress relief and exercise. To make this super easy for you, I will send you a goal setting guide to help. If you want to better understand the benefits and what you can expect when starting a circadian fast, please read this article. I will teach you the tools you need to make a big change in your life. The challenge is meant to be easy and science-backed, so you can expect results without completely changing your life. There are many variations so that you can make it harder or easier, depending on what you want to achieve. I will give you some guidelines so that you can be successful.


What will you get out of the 3-day circadian fasting challenge?

There are three main things you can expect when you complete the 3-day challenge:
  • More energy
  • Stronger and leaner body
  • Improve overall health and sleep

Of course, you will feel a change after the 3 days, but my goal is that you will continue using these guidelines after as well. You will also receive some healthy recipes to try—think healthy loaded nachos, pudding and a tea idea! 


After the challenge

You will take notes and fill out some short checklists, which will be sent to you during the fast. Once you have completed the challenge, you will be asked to take screenshots and attach it to an email to me. This should include all three days checklists, the final checklist of how your energy feels and any visuals you may want to attach. You can then choose how you would like to incorporate circadian fasting into your lifestyle. I have an article to help you choose one that will work for you and your schedule.

 

 

 

 


 
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Oct 14, 2020

I do intermittent fasting now. Would love to so join a 3 day fast with a group. Please sign me up if it’s FREE. THANK YOU😊

Nelia
Oct 14, 2020

I think I may have adrenal fatigue from the symptoms I’m experiencing and from the stress I was under for a while the beginning of this year. Would circadian fasting help me with this? I am also doing the gazing during the day, but I already stop eating at around 7 daily. Sleep no later than 11, and wake up automatically at 7 then I eat. Is that good enough, or should I incorporate exercise? I also have your balance and restore, but I’m on 50k IU per week, can I still take it?

Daisy
Oct 13, 2020

Is it still effective circadian fasting if you generally wake up around 4 am and do your fasting work out when it’s still dark out? My last meal is generally around 5 pm and bed by 7-8 pm

Jody Gettleman
Oct 13, 2020

I suffer from thyroid and i am menopausal stage ..I have been following you for a while and had even signed for a fourteen day program with you earlier.just wanted to understand that is it ok to do circadian fasting with thyroid .

Neelam jain

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