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  • How does the new program work?

    The latest nutrition research suggests that having a longer break between when you stop eating and when you start eating could help you burn more body fat...

    The latest nutrition research suggests that having a longer break between when you stop eating and when you start eating could help you burn more body fat. By following your natural circadian rhythm, you can take advantage of your natural metabolism and ability to burn kilojoules when it’s most effective.

    The 12 Hour Clock Menu involves having a 12 hour break between when you stop eating and when you start eating. This is called the Rejuvenation period, which gives your body the rest it needs to prepare for the next day. The period in which you enjoy your Jenny Craig meals, snacks and grocery items on your menu plan is known as the Nourishment period.

    Your Consultant will support you with tips and strategies to develop your new routine. Record your start and stop times on your menu to help keep you on track. Follow your menu plan in the order it specifies and enjoy the full range of delicious Jenny Craig meals and snacks. Don’t worry, you still get to eat 6 times a day and you won’t skip any meals.

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  • What is the circadian rhythm?

    The circadian rhythm is a 24 hour internal clock that governs bodily rhythms...

    The circadian rhythm is a 24 hour internal clock that governs bodily rhythms. It runs in the background of the brain and cycles between sleepiness and alertness at regular intervals. It’s also known as the sleep/wake cycle. Aiming to stick to a specific schedule can support weight loss.

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  • Why the 12 hour break?

    Nutrition is an evolving science and current research supports having a longer break between your last and your first meal of the day...

    Nutrition is an evolving science and current research supports having a longer break between your last and your first meal of the day. This is a natural way to thrive, in flow with the body’s circadian rhythm. There’s time for nourishment and time for rejuvenation, and this will help you give your body the balance it needs.

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