Here's a quick introduction to diet and dietitian tools. Let me share my own story.
I eat healthy fats (avocados, peanut butter) fresh fruit and raw vegetables...i also include lean meats and some fish...i supplement with non-fat greek yogurt
(Fage is my personal choice) and two eggs....
i walk low intensity for 30 minutes about 3 days a week...the speed is 3.5 miles an hour and the incline is 3....i picked this up from an active metabolic assessment that indicated my highest fat burn
is in zones 1-2 with heart beat around 124....i complete a two to three hours of high intensity training with TRX conditioning....weights...lots of mobility exercises and strength training...for quite some time i participated in Kyokuushin Full Contact martial
arts with each session lasting about 2 hours...
IMHO, the single biggest contributor was diet change....all of the exercising was making a change but once the diet changed then the whole picture came together....
it's been a lot of work
and commitment and many days did not feel like doing any of it...jelly donuts...cakes....sodas....but I would say about 90% of the time i have stuck to the regimen....
the long term benefits are endless and those benefits push me in my goals....i
love my life as it is but i do not want the ageing process to be more painful and debilitating then it inevitably becomes.
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