Upgrade Your Diet Using Science, Not Hunger

Fuel your body and brain and feel full for hours without food cravings or afternoon slumps.

Benefits of Weight Loss

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What to Eat

Sugar and other high-carb foods tell your body to store fat, and can cause sugar spikes that lead to cravings and irritability. For more energy and fewer snack attacks, choose quality fats instead of sugar and follow a low-carb or keto diet. You’ll be glad you did.


When to Eat

Though they seem similar, fasting is very different from a low-calorie diet. With the latter, your metabolism slows down. Intermittent fasting, however, turbocharges metabolism.

Stress less


You’re working out, your diet is on-track, but your scale — and belly — won’t budge. What gives? Stress. The stress hormone cortisol puts the brakes on fat-burning, tells your body to store calories, and stimulates cravings for all the wrong foods. While you can’t get rid of life’s stressors, learning to cope will keep cortisol in check.



One of the biggest misconceptions about exercise is that the longer and harder you hit it, the more fat you’ll burn. Excessive exercise can actually work against you, putting excessive stress on the body. This is actually one of those cases where less can be more.



If you’re not sleeping enough or sleeping well, losing weight will be difficult. Lack of sleep elevates the stress hormone cortisol, which slows down your metabolism. Plus, being tired weakens your willpower and makes you more likely to make poor food choices. Here’s how to sleep well without necessarily spending more time in bed.

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