In this series we will be analysing the use of the most important Vitamins and Minerals, in an attempt to create the perfect cyclical diet schedule. We will start with the Amazing Vitamin-A! Let’s go!
Today i will be sharing a personal story and some of my learnings from it.
I have been doing a low carb diet for a few years now with great results. Lost excess weight and went down to around 8% fat, a percentage easily kept all around the year. More importantly I have eliminated energy crashes, and have increased my energy levels throughout the day and hugely improved my sleep.
How often should you eat during the day? Should we eat 5-6 small meals spread during the day or have 1-2 bigger meals in shorter time window? Here are 3 areas to consider from a longevity stand point.
I am now on day 1 of my third fast. Intention this time around is to do a 3-day fast since it fits with family travelling plans which actually makes it easier from my perspective. What?? Total absense of food for 3-days? Yes, and we should all incoporate it for 1-2 times a year. Let’s look into a long list of benefits when fasting.
My personal favorite. Wild caught salmon with spinach and celery mash. A meal with a complete nutritional profile that tastes superb and you can prepare in 20 minutes!
The majority of the population is eating their main portion of calories on a daily basis from refined grains such as pasta, cereals, bread. Is this appropriate? In the second part of the two-article series we are looking into three more 3 reasons why we need to avoid processed cards from our diet.
The majority of the population is eating their main portion of calories on a daily basis from refined grains such as pasta, cereals, bread. Is this appropriate? Let’s look into grains and starches a bit closer.
Many of the people I discuss with ask me how I don’t get bored by having removed so many of the food choices from diet. And my answer is that this diet has not limited me in any way, is delicious and is actually opening new paths to my tastebuds. Let’s see why.
Most diets have some signature naming. Low-fat diets, high-fat diets, meat only diets, vegeterian diets and so forth. However most of these definitions are from my perspective misleading since they make no reference to the nutrition we need nor the end-goal we want to reach.
In one of the last post we discussed about the need to control insulin, as in the continuous presence of it you can’t lose weight. The easiest way to achieve this is with intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting (IF) is the first easy step into the world of fasting and autophagy where countless benefits can be …