Ok, I know what you’re thinking after reading a title like that, are you crazy? In the scheme of things, “Fat Free” dieting has been useful for people with sensitive health conditions like Diabetes and for body builders who tend to utilize carbs/protein for bulking. The idea with diabetics is that since their bodies have… Continue reading “Fat Free” Diets Are For Fat People.
Earlier this year, I started having trouble walking—more specifically bearing weight on my knees. It reached a point where it became excruciating and I needed a battery of tests plus injections. Results showed that I have arthritis in both of my knees, new routines and PT: Imperative. 4 months into this I’ve gone into some… Continue reading Flooring it: -22lbs in 4 weeks, Motivation, & Living in Ketosis.
Dieting is almost synonymous with counting calories. Almost every dieting recommendation that I’ve ever heard required it–so much is the case that children know to talk about calories before even learning the definition. …Asking someone for the definition used to be a smart-ass way to provoke a conversation. Counting Calories is effective…Dogma. But how useful… Continue reading Counting Calories vs Carbs–my experience
“I now had momentum. My perspective carried weight; It was like suddenly being anointed. I jumped the line—-this alone is a blessing and a curse.” I have a process of thought where I ask what the central solution is—what change can I enact that will affect multiple problems in possibly multiple systems? I always ask… Continue reading Why Should I Lose Weight? (The after effects.)
Right now I’m recovering from a total dietary relapse in 2021–after losing 95lbs. I’ve attempted a dozen times to get back onto the routine and continue my progress. At the time, I had litterally 9lbs left before I would hit my target of 175lbs….but I got complacent. Having the ability to control my weight–with routine… Continue reading The Current…
A lesson in getting back up, I had a great run go wrong–this is how.
I was sick, Morbidly Obese, In pain, and had exhausted every ounce of my being correcting it but to no avail. My BMI was over 46. I suffered from Back problems, IBS, endocrine problems, poor cognition, and unknowingly, Sleep Apnea. Every day was a haze and I would barely get out of bed. For breakfast,… Continue reading The Story
I am a work in progress and when I say that I know what to do know, it’s more that I know what I’m doing now. I haven’t lost all my weight. In fact, i’m about 40lbs shy of my target. Inspite of learning how to hack my body for weight loss, better cognition, and… Continue reading What should I like about a diet? (and the Mission)
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