Cruise Control Method of Intermittent Fasting


What is Intermittent Fasting? Intermittent fasting is not a diet. It is a timed approach to eating. Unlike a dietary plan that restricts where calories come from, intermittent fasting does not specify what foods a person should eat or avoid. Intermittent fasting may have some health benefits, including weight loss.

What is the Cruise Control Method? “What nutrition experts and researchers have discovered in recent years is that when we eat is just as important as what we eat. There is real, scientific evidence stating that if you follow the basic intermittent fasting principle of an 8-hour eating window and a 16-hour fasting window, you will lose weight…even up to a pound a day! So, what’s the catch? Those who follow a traditional program often feel totally ravenous during that window of abstaining, either early in the morning or late at night. Nobody likes that uncomfortable, empty feeling — which is where Cruise Control Fasting comes in!”


“With the Cruise Control program, you can harness all the power of intermittent fasting and NEVER feel deprived or starved, because they have found a way to cheat the fast with healthy fats. Drinking delicious coffees and teas laced with fats like grass-fed butter, MCT oil, and heavy cream will keep you satiated in those morning hours, so you can successfully power through until your 8-hour eating window begins. And if you have nighttime cravings? You can enjoy sweet, sugar-free treats like my double chocolate mousse, to fill you up before bedtime without disrupting your fast.”


“And what about those two meals you can have during your 8-hour eating window? The world is your oyster…there are so many healthy options to enjoy. Cruise recommends eating an anti-inflammatory diet consisting of 50% fats, 30% healthy carbs, and 20% protein. Tacos, burgers, pasta…there are lots of delicious choices, enough to please everyone’s palate! “

-Jorge Cruise

Elizabeth Zuckerman