If you don’t take care of yourself, who does? You’ve got to fill your tank, and, as you can hear, my son definitely agrees. Here we are on a Wednesday out for a beautiful hike and, of course, there’s nobody around. Everybody’s following the nine-to-five, get a job, clock in and clock out at 5:00 and then go to happy hour, maybe the gym, who knows, but you’re different. You’re here listening to these daily growth hacks, and I want to make sure you’re taking care of yourself first, because by taking care of yourself first, you can actually take care of all the people around you.
When life gives your lemons….put it in your water! Find out the ONE thing you can do first thing in your mornings to completely transform how you feel throughout the day.
Have you ever wondered about Intermittent Fasting? It is one of the many things out there that food + nutrition experts are recommending we do….but what is it really? In today’s episode, we talk with Brian Gryn, an expert on Intermittent Fasting to get a glimpse into what it is and its benefits.
Don’s story is SUPER inspirational for a lot of reasons. He is an entrepreneur and businessman who goes out and invents a successful product. One of his key points: don’t be afraid to do something, don’t be afraid that you’re not doing it right, you’ll figure out how to do right as time goes on.
Today I’m going to talk about a health topic, one that relates to your body called intermittent fasting. Now, there’s a lot of information about intermittent fasting on the internet and my background in the wellness field goes over 20 years. So, something that I practice is intermittent fasting, in my daily life. So, intermittent fasting is simply fasting intermittently. And the way that most people do it is they stop eating at a certain time and then don’t eat until another one. For example, usual intermittent fasting times or fasting phases, are 12 to 16 hours. Yet, there’s no hard data on the exact time you need to fast for. So, for example, what I personally do is I stop eating by 7 p.m. and then I don’t actually have another meal until 10 a.m. the next day.