Like the Keto Diet, Mushroom Coffee Intermittent Fasting has been gaining popularity lately. This diet, which has origins in the 4th century BC, encourages individuals to restrict their food intake.
The most popular version of Mushroom Coffee Intermittent Fasting is the 16/8 Fasting—fasting for 16 hours and eating for 8 hours each day—which claims to reduce specifically belly fat. With 16/8 Fasting, individuals can still eat or drink a small amount of calories, and the benefits of this diet include weight loss, lower cholesterol, better blood pressure and glucose levels, and better energy levels and sleeping patterns. There is evidence that Intermittent Fasting might also help with heart disease and Alzheimer’s too.
Our customers LOVE including our Ganoderma Reishi Mushroom Coffee Blend to their Intermittent Fasting and Coffee routine. Our Ganoderma Reishi Mushroom Coffee boasts ZERO calories and it is chock-full of immune-boosting nutrients and antioxidants. It’s an excellent way to start/finish the day or —whether you’re fasting or not.
Many customers have found that our reishi mushroom coffee curbs their appetite while waiting for their next meal AND helps them stay in a fasting state due to it being zero calories (this does not include adding any cream or sugar to your coffee). Not only that, our reishi mushroom coffee helps with energy levels and overall well-being throughout the day. Why would anyone ever go back to boring old coffee when there is a magical blend of natural ingredients that offer multiple health benefits, satisfies hunger, and tastes even better than most store-bought coffees?
If you’re thinking of trying Mushroom Coffee intermittent fasting, consider adding our Ganoderma Reishi Mushroom Coffee Blend Canada to your diet. No more caffeine jitteriness, no crash and no rush. You’ll be surprised how it could be your best friend to help master your stress, focus, productivity, overall health and wellness.
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What is collagen?
Collagen is a naturally occurring protein, accounting for one third of the body’s total protein composition. Collagen contains 19 amino acids, and 8 essential amino acids. Amino acids act as the main building blocks of our bones, skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Collagen specifically maintains the integrity of our cartilage which holds everything together.