“An over share….and some science” was the subject of an email I wrote September 3, 2o13.
As I continue to delve into the subject of fasting I see a HUGE amount of information floating around. You need an equally huge filter to be able to sift through what is meaningful to your situation, your path. Continue reading
“The best window is the one that works best for you and to work for you, the schedule has to be effective, flexible and sustainable.”
“Just Cancelled Weight Watchers!!!” was the subject of an email I sent March 7, 2014.
I have read that as our glycogen stores are depleted we get hungry and want to eat. We also know that being in ketosis bunts appetite. The way I see it, because I am following a LCHF/Ketogenic dietary lifestyle:
I find the topic of autophagy fascinating.
The article Autophagy – the housekeeper in every cell that fights aging provides an in-depth discussion of autophagy and what is happening at a cellular level. It has a highlight section for the Top 16 Key Facts about Autopagy
My first 30 days on this journey!
Starting May 4, 2016 to June 4th 2016 twenty intervals were recorded during this 30 day period. The average daily fasting interval was 21.3 hours. My shortest recorded duration was 13 hours. My longest recorded duration was 71 hours. The graph below is exported from the Fasting Secret Pro app.
Previously, I owned a Fitbit Aria scale. It stopped working after I attempting to pair it with a new router. While it was fun going back and forth with Fitbit customer service via email, they have lost a customer. A search on the Internet revealed that this is a common issue, but my scale was outside of the warranty period, so needless to say the “too bad, so sad, nothing we can do” email from Fitbit ended our relationship.