At its core, fasting isn’t any more complicated than simply taking a break from eating, and intermittent fasting can be thought of as occasionally taking a break form eating. However, there are nuances to fasting, and these nuances determine whether or not fasting is right for you or will ‘work’ for you. In this sense I think fasting is very similar to weight … [Read more...] about Fasting and Weight Training
Comfort zones can be tricky… sometimes you think that being comfortable means taking the easy way, but in reality comfort can also be found in the complicated… Take diet for example... Comfort is both easy (eating the same foods you always eat) but comfort is also complicated… it’s more "comfortable" to explain away eating habits with insulin theory, … [Read more...] about Comfort Zone Reset
Here’s an interesting study for you: 6 men, all roughly 50 years old were admitted to hospital, where they were fed roughly 6,200 calories per day for seven days. They ate 230 grams of protein, 775 grams of carbohydrates, and 240 grams of fat in 3 meals per day plus some snacks. They maintained bed rest (no exercise at all) for the entire 7-day … [Read more...] about How to boost your metabolism by 16% in only 7 days, WITHOUT exercise!
Without getting into the minutia of the science, we can say that your Metabolic Rate is a direct measure of the calories you burn in a given amount of time. This means that your "metabolism" is a measure of the relationship between Calories and time. My resting metabolic rate is somewhere around 1,700 Calories per day. Add in activity (other than planned exercise) and my … [Read more...] about Calories Per Hour
In 1948, the World Health Organization took a stab and defining health; they said that health was, "A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." Despite the fact that this definition is vague, unmeasurable, and practically unattainable, it’s still the definition the WHO uses today. Generally, I think we … [Read more...] about A new definition of health