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WL'16: 7. Conclusions


There are some take home messages that I think may be useful to you:

  1. JERF: just eat real food. A simple rule of thumb is that if it comes in a packet, the list of ingredients will be long.
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My Journey

Too much cholesterol

According to WEBMD, our body through our liver produces 75 percent of cholesterol that circulate in our blood. A normal level of cholesterol plays an important part in helping our cells do their proper jobs in our body system. 266 more words

Healthy Lifestyle

Dieting Strategies Pt. 1


TO do “IF” or to not do “IF.” That is the question. Many of you may be wondering, what the heck is “IF?” Well, “IF” is short for intermittent fasting. 575 more words


WL'16: 6. Benefits


As I write this, I weigh about 77kg. I don’t keep that close an eye on my weight anymore. I can muscle up again. I can run long distances without getting pain in my hip, which I attribute directly to weight loss. 255 more words

My Journey

WL'16: 4. Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting

Eventually, I tried another experiment: intermittent fasting (IF) inspired by eat.stop.eat. I began to skip breakfast and only eat lunch and dinner. This made the calorie count easier to handle, but was difficult for the first two weeks, as I was hungry in the mornings and I was doing my workouts on an empty stomach. 548 more words

My Journey

Intermittent Fasting... Sounds Scary!

Intermittent Fasting

Sounds scary right? Even stupid…

💫Over the next little while I am going to share what the life of an IFer is all about and why I chose to even try it.💫 183 more words

The Return of the Beagle

Happy Tuesday, mammals. Day two back to work is in the can. It was busy today. In the very recent past, I would have probably stayed over an hour or so on a day like today, but the man is cracking down on overtime. 254 more words

Intermittent Fasting