Precision Nutrition – How to Fix a Broken Diet + Intermittent Fasting
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No matter how experienced we are or how much knowledge we have, returning to the absolute basics and then checking that we are being ruthlessly consistent with a few of those will get us well on the path to achieving the goals we have set out for ourselves, even if it doesn’t necessarily feel like we are yet following any "hacks" or "special tactics". In the guide "How To Fix A Broken Diet"*, you will see the three steps of:
a) Identify and remove nutritional deficiencies
b) Adjust food amount and type and
c) Fine tune.
There is a lot to mentally "digest" in the infographic as it covers many foundational aspects of nutrition both directly and indirectly. In part 2 of this series, we will go through each of the three steps more deeply as well as the idea of how practical change is actually made once you have identified what it is that you want and need to do i.e. by practicing habits, skills and observing the outcomes as related to your goals.
For now, take time to look through the infographic and, if you have already done step one and two, begin thinking about which of those areas you would start with.
Have you heard all the buzz about intermittent fasting?
Some say it’s the silver bullet to fat loss and muscle gains. Others say it will destroy your thyroid and make you fat.
Personally, I enjoy the practice of eating my "breakfast" later in the day. I call it "fasting and feasting." And no, my muscles didn’t fall off when I started eating less often.
But that doesn’t mean that fasting is right for everyone.
Today we have a special throwback episode with Dr. John Berardi PhD, CSCS, one of North America’s most popular and respected authorities on fitness and nutrition. He’s a Co-Founder of Precision Nutrition, which has coached more than 20,000 people across the world.
In the last Olympics, John’s students collected over 30 medals-15 of them gold! But he doesn’t JUST coach extreme athletes. He helps regular people reach their goals by using a surprising approach.
On this show, you’re going to learn the pros and cons of intermittent fasting as a fat loss strategy, how to use multivitamins, and much more.
To close out part one of this article series, the most important thing to remember, when it comes to nutrition is that you are the expert about you! That is, you are the one who spends 24/7 within the house that is your body, and your experience is the most important factor in deciding if a particular strategy is working for you or not. Taking this responsibility for yourself, starting with going through a more thorough process of identifying what it is you want to achieve and why, puts you in charge of the process as well as helps you quickly eliminate the "noise" of information, media or that well-meaning friend or colleague who has the "perfect" diet or other strategy that they swear will work magic for you. As I opened in this series, nutrition can be a particularly complicated and overwhelming topic. However, if you take away nothing else but the point of recognising your autonomy over your experience and what is right for you, you will notice an immediate change in how you approach your nutrition and the effect external influences have on you.
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