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Whereas I have done the 16/8 approach and skipped breakfast and saw good results, I also like breakfast food (eggs, bacon, etc.) and am usually out an about at lunch time so can’t cook it and eat it hot (the best way). As a result, I’ve been eating breakfast and dinner only so it’s more like 12/12, give or take. What are your thoughts on that? Does it defeat the purpose as the fasting window isn’t long enough? I also only eat protein at breakfast (70g or so) and save my carbs for dinner and preferably after lifting. Thoughts on that? Thanks for the post. I’m going to share it because people always give me weird looks when I tell them I’m fasting and I don’t explain it well enough.
Burns fat: Mice fed a high-fat diet supplemented with acetic acid were found to have a significant increase in the genes responsible for fat burning, which led to less body fat accumulation. Hence, having apple cider vinegar may help dissolve body fat without going on a crash diet as long as you eat healthy. Read - Dry fasting for weight loss: It is better than water fasting and safe? 8 things you must know
Green tea has many health benefits. “It contains many nutrients, including antioxidants and anti-cancer and brain-healthy compounds,” Smith reminds us. One thing is for sure: regardless of whether or not you’ll shed pounds with green tea, drink it anyway. “All teas contain many healthful nutrients; it’s one of the healthier choices for a beverage!” Smith says.

Quick question: I am 44 and already was very fit and nothing but your program really worked to get the stubborn little bit of remaining weight off. I thought I had reached my goal which is 125 pounds, but when I look in the mirror…still jiggly in the thighs and but! Help! Any hacking methods? Already doing the intermittent fasting from 8pm til noon. Already placing my carbs late in the day.


I am new to this keto diet as i have been researching everything possible but honestly this perfect keto has been very informative. I am still stumped about how the heck to break down calories and macros! I DONT UNDERSTAND WHATS GOING OVER MY HEAD!!! Also, do I also focus heavily on portion control??? I am scared that this is too much for my brain to absorb as a mother of 4 and a fulltime nurse! you would think the science behind this would be easy but its not for me! and im pretty smart.
When you drink liquid carbs, like the sugar in soda, your body doesn't register them the same way as, say, a piece of bread, according to a review of studies published in Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care. That means, even though you're taking in calories, your fullness cues aren't likely to signal that you're satisfied once you finish off a can. And that can lead to consuming more overall.
I eat my first meal around noon or later on most days. However, it’s nice to take a break from fasting from time to time – on weekends, when you’re especially stressed, or if you’re feeling a little run down are all good examples of when you might want to eat more regularly. And be careful of under-eating for days or weeks on end – it’s still important to make sure you get enough energy (primarily fat) from your food to help your body feel and perform at its best.
"The term 'detox' has become a buzzword that is often misused by the media and consumers," says Jackie Armstrong, MPH, RDN, EP-C. Jackie is a Performance & Wellness Nutritionist at Stanford University and the founder of Well-Fueled.com. She says that detox diets are often misunderstood. "Our organs and tissues are constantly in a state of detoxification — getting rid of unwanted substances produced by the body or from our environment." She goes on to explain that research is lacking to support the effectiveness of most detox diets.
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