Fat makes food tasty and it slows down digestion, and doesn’t raise insulin, so in my view, fat should be encouraged, not feared, in a weight-loss plan,” Ludwig said.
Between meals, as long as we don’t snack, our insulin levels will go down and our fat cells can then release their stored sugar, to be used as energy. We lose weight if we let our insulin levels go down. The entire idea of IF is to allow the insulin levels to go down far… Continue Reading
The way I see it - with all that we have given up - we should be drinking every night just to make ourselves feel better :) :) :) Croissants, muffins, apple fritters and bagels, twizzlers and gummy bears, pizza, pasta, hot-pockets, salami and hot dogs are no longer a part of my daily diet. Even bread! Sandwich or a toast - was an absolute necessity of our daily diet.
Here are the results on Week 3, third week of me trying to assert how my diet and workouts are affecting my body. This week fell on Christmas and so naturally we enjoyed foods that are not a part of our regular diet. Sugars, grains, fruit – I really enjoyed that week 🙂 No regrets.… Continue Reading
Lowering my body fat and experimenting with carnivore diet, doing some zero-carb days. New workout routine, new classes, more weight training.
I have had so many questions about changes I have made recently to my diet (going to a very low-carb – under 20 grams, keto) and exercise routine, joining a new gym and changing up my workout routine. Plus focusing more on detoxing, by going to a sauna 4-5 times a week for at least… Continue Reading
There are a couple of new developments in the health and wellness area of my life just in time for the New Year! One I will cover in this post. The second is diet related, I will talk about in another post – too much to write/read 🙂 So the first great change is that… Continue Reading