Fasting4Menopause 4-Week Online Kickstart Programme
If it’s about learning the ins and outs of intermittent fasting and how it can help you achieve your menopause weight loss & wellness goals, you’re in the right place.
Does any of this sound like you? i want to…
…lose the stubborn weight that just won’t shift, no matter what I do.
…get my “old self” back – the one who felt vibrant, fun, sexy and had a zest for life.
…improve my mental clarity.
…have a peaceful, positive relationship with food and never diet again.
…learn how to balance my hormones and get off this emotional roller coaster.
…sleep well and wake up feeling rested.
…have the energy to live life to the full.
There is no wrong answer. If any or all of the above apply, the Fasting4Menopause Kickstart Programme is for you.
You’ve probably heard about intermittent fasting and its many health benefits.
Perhaps you’re keen to try it, but with so much conflicting information out there, you may not be sure how to begin.
My Fasting4Menopause Kickstart Programme gives you everything you need to know to get a solid fasting practice in place from Day 1.
Using a simple and straightforward approach, I break down everything you need to know into four weekly live sessions, with plenty of support in between.
I’m Karen Finn, and I’m a weight loss and wellness coach whose menopause has been transformed by intermittent fasting.
“The Kickstart Programme is clear and concise. It’s a great way to learn how to get started with intermittent fasting. Karen really knows her stuff! Fasting is not as difficult as one may think. This approach is very manageable and sustainable. Thank you, Karen!”
Stephanie, New York
The best part about intermittent fasting is that it’s free and flexible. My clients are always saying how liberating and empowering this lifestyle is.
This is because YOU call the shots.
The sense of freedom you’ll feel from not constantly thinking about food or following a restrictive and unsustainable diet regimen is priceless.
I get it… the idea of fasting can be scary. But more often than not, people are pleasantly surprised at how easy it is. In fact, it’s much easier than a diet.
Yes, you heard that right: intermittent fasting is not a diet.
It takes some commitment, but the benefits are so worth it. A common saying in the IF world is that people come for the weight loss, but they stay for the health benefits.
Let’s look at some of the benefits
Lowers inflammation – fewer aches & pains, less puffiness
Improves blood sugar regulation – no more ‘hangry-ness’ or mid-afternoon energy slumps
Increases energy levels – regular physical activity gets a whole lot easier
Promotes muscle growth hormones – maintaining muscle mass is critical as we age
Improves gut health – sort out bloating & digestion issues once and for all
Boosts brain health – achieve greater mental clarity/less brain fog
Improves sleep – your ability to lose weight is closely tied to sleep quality
Burns fat – using stored fat as energy positively impacts your health on many levels
If you’d like to take control of your (peri)menopausal health and experience freedom from dieting, intermittent fasting is for you.*
What’s included in the programme?
Four weekly live interactive sessions via Zoom.
Recorded classes available for replay.
Limited class numbers to allow plenty of time for Q&A.
Access to my private online Facebook support group.
Printable intermittent fasting planner and workbook.
A friendly, non-judgmental and supportive environment!
“The Kickstart Programme is a fantastic introduction to Intermittent Fasting, giving easy steps to get started, motivation to progress and tips for staying on track. Karen talks knowledgeably about the benefits and challenges of IF, as well as the theory behind it. Karen’s accessible, friendly style creates an open forum for interaction and questions, creating a real group dynamic. I left the course feeling equipped and inspired to continue my IF journey.”
Here’s what we’ll cover:
Session 1: Getting Started (75 min)
- What’s happening to our bodies during perimenopause and menopause
- Why we suddenly start gaining weight & can’t lose it
- Other symptoms like achy joints, brain fog, insomnia, anxiety, irritability, etc.
- What intermittent fasting is and isn’t
- How to start fasting today
- What to expect in the early days
- Fasting tips
Session 2: Reflecting (60 min)
- Review of Week 1/troubleshooting
- Shifting your mindset
- Common mistakes that can sabotage your efforts
- Different methods for tracking your progress
- Understanding ketosis
Session 3: Settling In (60 min)
- Review of Week 2/troubleshooting
- How to know if you’re in ketosis
- Appetite correction (hunger & fullness signals)
- Bio-individuality & why a one-size-fits-all nutritional plan doesn’t work
- Why calorie counting is flawed
Session 4: Keep Going (60 min)
- Review of Week 3/troubleshooting
- The phases of IF & longer-term goal setting
- How to keep going: IF protocols/fasting in real life (holidays, parties, etc)
- Ensuring you have support for continued success
- Weighing and how to deal with plateaus
- Other considerations for menopausal wellness
“Diets are easy in the contemplation, difficult in the execution. Intermittent fasting is just the opposite — it’s difficult in the contemplation but easy in the execution.” – Dr. M. Eades
So, what are you waiting for?
*Intermittent fasting is not recommended for those with diagnosed eating disorders or those who are pregnant/breastfeeding.
Disclaimer: This programme is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of such advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors, nutritionists and/or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Karen Finn does not take responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. Like most health coaches, Karen Finn is not a medical practitioner and cannot diagnose or treat specific conditions. If you are taking medications or have a diagnosed condition, you should seek approval from your healthcare practitioner before embarking upon any lifestyle changes.