How To Use Fasting Fuel Coffee For Intermittent Fasting

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Greg O'Gallagher drinking fasting fuel coffee while intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting is one of the key protocols that helps me stay lean effortlessly.

But the fact of the matter is, I do get hungry from time to time during the fast. In this article, I wanted to share with you exactly why I strategically use coffee for maximum intermittent fasting results.

You’re missing out tremendously if you’re not currently using coffee during your fasts.

Caffeine is much more powerful when ingested in the fasted state as well. And this even enhances the awesome effects of fasting such as, stimulating the metabolism, blunting appetite, boosting energy levels, increasing fat mobilization and much more…

Fasting Fuel And Intermittent Fasting

The effects of using Fasting Fuel Coffee during the fast is absolutely profound. And let’s not forget. The main reason we are using intermittent fasting is to push our calories later into the day, giving us the luxury of eating huge and delicious meals while still hitting a calorie deficit for the day.

This strategy is how myself and many Kinobody followers see incredible fat loss and muscle building results.

Most of the time, it doesn’t even feel like you’re dieting!

*Your results may vary. Testimonials and examples used are exceptional results and are not intended to guarantee, promise, represent and/or assure that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.

What’s The Best Way To Use Coffee And Fasting?

Coffee during the fast is going to help suppress hunger. Exactly what we need to push that first meal later into the day and reap the benefits of fasting and enjoying our diet.

The key to getting the most out of coffee during the fast is to only drink coffee during the fasting window. Drinking coffee after you already broke your fast is only going to reduce your sensitivity to caffeine.

Which simply means you’ll just need more coffee to feel the same effects and that’s defeating the purpose.

So limit your coffee to only when you’re fasting.

Second, I recommend waiting to have your coffee for at least one to two hours into the morning.

This way, you’re going to be using coffee most effectively, when you start to feel hungry. Simply by implementing this is going to make fasting for 6, 7, or even 8 hours much more manageable.

And better yet, cortisol levels in the body are highest in the morning and when you first wake up. So your body is already naturally “caffeinated.” It will be much better to wait until those cortisol levels begin to lower for when to have your coffee.

Thirdly, make sure you enjoy your coffee. Take it slow and sip it throughout the morning.

Chugging it down is only going to hinder the appetite suppression. Also, it helps to limit yourself to 1 to 4 cups per day. Besides, no one enjoys the feeling of being wired and shaky from too much caffeine.

Lastly, if I am training fasted (which is most of the time) I love to have a couple cups of coffee before hitting my workout. Caffeine has been shown to improve training performance.

The Benefits of Coffee And Fasting

Fasting Fuel coffee is perfect for intermittent fasting

You may already be aware of the incredible health benefits intermittent fasting has to offer:

And from experience, I’ve noticed a lot of personal results such as:

Mental clarity and productivity, I rarely get sick anymore, I feel my body absorbs food more efficiently, my acne went away, I crave more wholesome foods, and I can tell when I am truly hungry. I don’t eat just to eat anymore.

But what I really wanted to share with you was the amazing health benefits that coffee contains and why I enjoy my Fasting Fuel each morning.

I’ve actually found a fantastic article from Authority Nutrition that talks about the following benefits:

  • Coffee blunts appetite
  • Coffee is a nootropic and boosts cognitive performance and focus
  • Coffee boosts metabolism
  • Coffee increases  workout performance and excites the central nervous system
  • Coffee drinkers outlive non drinkers and have a reduced risk of mortality
  • Coffee reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinsons, Type 2 Diabetes, Liver Disease
  • Coffee is a great source of antioxidants
  • Coffee boosts dopamine levels and makes you feel amazing

Pretty damn awesome, huh?

Who would have thought that cup of morning Joe could give so many positive health benefits?

Why Did I Create Fasting Fuel For Intermittent Fasting?

For me, I love consistency. I wanted to be able to have something every single day that I enjoy.

Fasting Fuel Coffee is an amazing dark roast espresso crafted by one of the best roasters.

I created Fasting Fuel for the sake of helping you master intermittent fasting along with reaping the awesome health benefits coffee has to offer.

The reality is that with fasting, you shouldn’t be counting down the hours before you get to eat. Instead, you should feel a heightened sense of focus, alertness and energy.

On top of that, you should feel a certain level of liberation from not having to eat constantly throughout the day.

If you’re ready for intermittent fasting, I recommend having Fasting Fuel in your arsenal. Learn more about Kinobody’s Fasting Fuel here
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Greg O'Gallagher

Greg O'Gallagher is the founder of Kinobody, a site dedicated to helping men and women achieve the lean, muscular, and aesthetic "Hollywood" physique. His fitness programs have helped hundreds of thousands of people transform their bodies and change their lives in the process.


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