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Below you will find my earliest experiences with the now-popular intermittent fasting, as well as 3 of my favorite articles that summarize the key points you need to know if you’re interested in this style of eating. Experiments with Intermittent Fasting – Precision Nutrition Dr. Ben House passionately rips into Intermittent Fasting with serious science (and vitriol). Intermittent Fasting for Women – Precision Nutrition Could You Imagine IF..? My very first experience with intermittent fasting came back in 2008. Back then, it was still just called “fasting.” As a young
Finding the motivation to continue through the hard times doesn’t always come easy. (I mean…Does it EVER?) The path may be unclear, the motivation uncertain. You can’t even justify your “why” anymore. But if you can pause for just a moment, think back to the beginning… What was it that made you begin this whole thing? What was that one thing… That you saw? That you felt? That you heard? That you BELIEVED…? What was it…? Go read the book…the poem… Call the person… Watch the movie… Replay the words that p
When I was a kid, I loved junk food. I grew up on the best junk in the world. When I moved to the US, I discovered a whole new world of wonderful junk: like Chips Ahoy!, these damn things, and good ol’ ice cream sandwiches. That was my diet in a white chocolate-coated nutshell. Eventually, I decided migraines were lame, and I didn’t want to end up tired and sick like my family members. Besides, being skinny sucked, so I set out to make some muscles. I started eating better, but I continued to struggle with wanting all the sweet junk my body was used to. Do The Opposite. Most people think of ea