The A-List FMD with the GOOP seal of approval
Posted on: 11th February, 2020
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What do Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, Eva Longoria and Kate Hudson have in common? They’re just some of the A-list actors who’ve tried the Fasting Mimicking Diet to help them get red-carpet ready.
With her glowing complexion, the body to rival a 21-year-old and her ageless style, Jennifer Aniston make headlines daily, leaving everyone in disbelief she turns 51 – but has she just revealed a secret to her eternal youth? A Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD)
What is FMD?
The FMD, is a £200 five-day fast mimicking diet clinically proven to naturally promote regeneration and repair. Meals include plant-based energy bars, soups, a variety of snacks, drinks, and supplements, made with ingredients that have been studied and designed to nourish your body and promote regenerative changes. It also includes herbal teas that can be enjoyed as cold infusions and Jennifer appears to be sipping on the Hibiscus Tea in the picture above.
Nutritionist Kim Pearson who works with a number of celebrities and high profile individuals, recently helping Matt Smith get into shape for his role in new Marvel film Morbius, recommends fasting mimicking diets and explains why they are popular amongst her celebrity clients.
Why is fasting appealing to celebrities?
“It’s easy to understand why a fast mimicking diet like FMD is appealing for Jennifer Anniston. Celebrities have to balance out tiring schedules involving long days of filming and regular long haul flights with looking their best for photo shoots and red carpet events. They feel pressure to look their best just like everyone else, only the eyes of the world are on them. Using a fast mimicking diet is ideal. Not only has it been proven to promote cellular regeneration and slow down ageing processes, it’s also a healthy way to lose body fat quickly but healthily.
In addition, it’s practical too which is important for all of my clients with busy schedules. There are five days’ worth of specially designed plant based meals which provide your body with essential nutrients to keep energy levels up. It means you can achieve the health benefits of an extended water only fast, without having to go without food. One of my A list clients was flying back from filming in LA and had a photo shoot with a major fashion brand just days later. Obviously she was keen to look her best for this shoot. She called me in a panic, so I recommended FMD. After a just three days she text me to say she felt so much better and was far more relaxed about the shoot”
The benefits of fasting
The benefits of fasting are well-documented but as Pearson explains, “Believing that fasts like the 16:8 & 5:2 are ‘true fasting’ is misleading. Leading experts like Professor Valter, the leading expert in fasting and longevity, argue that you have to be in a fasted state for three days or more to experience benefits such as increased autophagy and stem cell generation. While less extreme approaches may have benefits, experts argue they aren’t true fasting. For any people the thought of giving up food and surviving solely on water makes the idea of fasting challenging. The FMD (Fast Mimicking Diet) is a ground-breaking five-day plant-based meal programme that nourishes the body while convincing it that it is in full- on fasting mode. The FMD has means that for the first time in history fasting with food is possible.”
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Click here to discover why Kim Pearson predicts Fasting to be one of the hottest health trends of 2020.