Health is very, very important to me. Having the right lifestyle to back it up is equally important to keep oneself consistent. For me, I mainly maintain a low carb diet. It’s the difference between a slow and a fast day. I found living a healthier lifestyle has drastically increased my energy levels, happiness, and overall wellbeing. How do I do it exactly? This page answers that question. Here you’ll find my shopping guides, and how to’s.
- My Weight Loss Journey
- How to lose face fat fast
- The Definitive Keto Shopping List
- How to Cook Shirataki Noodles
Intermittent Fasting (IF), Warrior’s Diet, One Meal a Day (OMAD)
I’m a huge fan of fasting. Before I was always taught that breakfast is a mandatory meal and eating on time is essential. Guess what? When I did eat breakfast, I found I started my day feeling sluggish and as soon as I ate, 3 hours later I’d get hungry again even faster. With Intermittent Fasting (IF), these problems become yesteryear. For me, I fast for at least 16 hours a day and it gives me all the energy and mental sharpness I need. The best part is waking up to a flat belly 🙂
You’re probably thinking how I could possibly be about a low carb lifestyle but post a bunch of high carb meals on my Instagram and Restaurant Reviews. Well, the beauty
I also want to add that working out 5 days a week sounds tiresome but your mind is about to be blown when I tell you this. These workouts do not have to be intense. Depending on your weight loss goals, if you simply want to lose weight then 30 minutes cardio 5 days a week is ample. Remember the golden rule of weight loss: To lose weight you need to be in a caloric deficit. In other words, you can lose weight by either eating less, exercising more, or both. If you’re fasting and working out, not much effort is needed as your body is doing the work for you.
I’m huge on the minimalism lifestyle. I think the best way to live is to live less. Less is often times more. When I was a teenager, I used to be really into the latest fashion trends and collected everything from sneakers, movies, to compact discs. At that time, I thought I needed all of that to be happy but it just made me feel more empty. Then in my mid 20’s I discovered minimalism, the idea of having just the essentials. Ever since then, I found more happiness and the feeling of control in my life. That’s real freedom.