The reNEW Program

INTERMITTENT FASTING

Interested in fasting, but not able to commit to our 5 day program?

Start your week off right with 1 day of nourishing meals. Through 4 consecutive weekly shipments, reNEW your habits throughout the month.

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Delivery Swiss-wide | CHF 350

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Nourishing meals
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Satisfying snacks
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reNEW guide
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Whole Foods
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Fitness and mindfulness
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1:1 Health Coaching

Delivery

Delivery Swiss-wide 16:30 - 22:00

WHAT'S INCLUDED?
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4 Dinners

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4 Lunches

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4 Shots

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4 Breakfasts

almonds

10 Snacks

tea

Golden Glow Blend

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Experience the power of plant-based food

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100% organic
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Locally-made

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Whole foods

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For Body, Mind, and Soul

Your reNEW journey

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CURATED MEALS

For 4 weeks practice the 6:1 Intermittent Fasting method - 6 days of your regular healthy diet, and 1 day of restricted calorie meals by Eat by Alex. 


Days 1 - 4 by Eat by Alex | 800 whole food calories

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FITNESS & MINDFULNESS SESSIONS

We encourage mindful exercise as well as an extra focus on mindfulness during reNEW. Our partners have put together a curated program to support your journey.

Our partners

Breathwork Practice and 1:1 Health Coaching by Michèle Fabian from BeWell by Michèle (EN)

Yoga Flow by Sarah Malär from Yoga Trapeze Zurich (EN)

Full Body HIIT by Velocity (EN)

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INTERMITTENT FASTING

An intermittent fasting program designed to support weight management, increase mental clarity, promote heart health, and build a strong gut microbiome.


Practice both the 6:1 and 14/10 methods of intermittent fasting.

Learn more here.

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INTERMITTENT FASTING GUIDANCE

Follow your reNEW online booklet each day for guidance during and after the program, a meal table you can take on the go, and access to the fitness & mindfulness sessions.

The science of reNEW

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BOOST COGNITIVE FUNCTION

Studies have shown that intermittent fasting may have neuroprotective effects,  potentially reducing the risk of neurodegenerative diseases and improving cognitive function. Fasting can have direct and indirect influences on the brain, and can improve cognitive function and the prevention or progression of brain-related disorders.

Boost Cognitive Function

With intermittent fasting, one can improve their insulin sensitivity. Enhanced insulin sensitivity can improve the brain's ability to adapt and reorganise itself, and provide protection against oxidative stress, which is a factor associated with various neurological conditions

MANAGE WEIGHT

Because the eating window is reduced, individuals often tend to follow their hunger cues more closely and thus consume less calories. This leads to a calorie deficit, and consequently, weight loss.

Manage Weight

With our reNEW program, you can naturally decrease your overall calorie intake, which can lead to sustained and effective weight loss. For some, reducing your calorie intake for just one day might be easier than reducing your calorie intake on a daily basis. Considering the well-established link between obesity and various health conditions like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease, adopting intermittent fasting becomes not just a weight management strategy but a holistic lifestyle measure against these health risks.

BUILD A STRONG GUT

Intermittent fasting can positively influence our gut health, because it gives gut bacteria time and rest for repopulation.

Build a Strong Gut

Furthermore, intermittent fasting has the potential to reshape the human gut microbiome by nurturing diversity and also changing the composition of microbiomes in your gut. Overall, intermittent fasting can create positive changes in both your functional capacity and composition of your gut microbiota.

SUPPORT HEART HEALTH

Intermittent fasting might also benefit cardiovascular health by reducing blood pressure, improving cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and reducing inflammation.

Support Heart Health

Studies suggest that intermittent fasting could improve the risk of various cardiovascular diseases, particularly through improvement in weight management, hypertension, dyslipidemia and diabetes. Intermittent fasting may reduce oxidative stress, improve circadian rhythms and induce ketogenesis.

Frequently asked questions

Unanswered questions? Ask the team directly

How does reNEW work?

We created reNEW as a 4-week program for you to renew your healthy habits. Each week, for 4 weeks, you will receive a box containing restricted calorie meals from Eat by Alex. These meals are to be consumed on 1 day of the week, and the other 6 days of the week you are supported with recipes and guidance to eat healthy with a normal calorie intake. This is called the 6:1 method of intermittent fasting. We also encourage the 14/10 method where you consume your meals only during a 14 hour time window, and fast for 10 hours.

How does the delivery work?

Your reNEW program consists of 4 Saturday deliveries, each including one restricted calorie reNEW day. Complete one reNEW day each week for 4 weeks.

It is up to you to chose which day works best for you to consume your reNEW box. Your first delivery will be on the Saturday you specified during the order placement, the subsequent deliveries will arrive on the following 3 consecutive Saturdays after your initial delivery.

How often can you do reNEW?

For those interested in intermittent fasting and rebuilding healthy habits, we recommend you do reNEW every month.

Who can take part in reNEW?

People who are:

  • Aged between 18 and 60 years old
  • Healthy
  • Healthy weight
  • Not taking any medication

Consult and seek approval from your doctor or nutritionist before signing up for reNEW.

Who cannot take part in reNEW?

People who are:

•Pregnant or breastfeeding

•Underweight (BMI less than 18.5)

•Taking medications

•Allergic to nuts, seeds, or grains

People who have:

•Type 1 diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular, autoimmune or neurodegenerative diseases. *

•History of eating disorders

* Please consult your physician for advice, permission, and approval.

If you have any other questions, please call or e-mail us, we are here for you.

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