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[Phase 3] i-KetoFast Program Phase – Maintenance Phase

Maintenance Phase (During Program Ongoing or a Healthy Lifestyle) Maintenance Phase is a Phase where vegetable elements such as fruit (List of Ketogenic Fruits) are included in the food menu. In this phase, vegetables and fruits should pay…

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[Phase 2] i-KetoFast Program Phase – Consolidation Phase

It’s second phase from three phase of Ketofastosis Diet (Intermittent Fasting with Keto Diet). Consolidation Phase (1 week – 1 month) The consolidation phase is the phase in which vegetable elements such as vegetables (List of Ketogenic Vegetables)…

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[Phase 1] i-KetoFast Program Phase – Induction Phase

It’s first phase from three phase of Ketofastosis Diet (Intermittent Fasting with Keto Diet). Induction Phase (3 days – 2 weeks) The Induction Phase is a Phase that aims to trigger the body to adapt to use Fat…

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[Step 3] Three Steps i-KetoFast – Immunator Honey & Counseling

Note : Immunator Honey is a product in my country. Honey Immunator Honey Immunator is a supplement used in the i-KetoFast program. Aim to increase metabolism and make the immune system actively keep the body from any external…

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[Step 1] Three Steps i-KetoFast – Intermittent Fasting (IF)

Intermittent Fasting (IF) Intermittent Fasting is a fasting of 16 hours to 23 hours (drinking only water, coffee or tea without sugar / using only non-calorie substitution sugar). Aim to trigger the process of ketogenesis when all carbohydrate…

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If I run a Fastosis program, would not my digestive health be so disturbed?

I used to consume vegetables and fruits to maintain fiber intake and maintain digestive health. If I run a Fastosis program, would not my digestive health be so disturbed? fasted cardio while intermittent fasting and keto diet for fat…

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How to Maintain a Balance of Nutrition (macro and micro) When Running Fastosis Program / Maintaining Ketosis

Nutrition for humans is a composition between Macronutrients and Micronutrients. how to maintaining ketosis Macronutrients are nutrients that are needed in large quantities, in units of “Gram” weight (g) per day. Micronutrients are nutrients that are needed in small…

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