Having done intermittent fasting or IF as it is often shorted for probably close to 5 years I find myself quite capable of listing pros and cons and giving advice on whether it is a good idea or not. You could perhaps think that having followed it for 5 years I would recommend it to … Continue reading Why intermittent fasting isn’t for you
In your daily training regimen, you have probably found a way to make it work, if you follow Intermittent Fasting (IF), whether this means training on an empty stomach(which for 90% of the time I would not recommend) or training after you have broken the fast with some food in the stomach. But what do … Continue reading Intermittent fasting – breaking fast, competition and grandmothers
As I have written many times before, I am a long time follower of intermittent fasting(IF). So long that I have even forgot when I actually started, but probably like 6 years ago. My take on IF is a 16/8 approach - 16 hours without any calories and only black coffee, tea and water, and … Continue reading Intermittent fasting and meal/macro periodization
I have for a long time looked for a way to describe how I go about maintaining low fat levels and attack the entire aspect of dieting. I wanted to describe it rather briefly because apart from the reference to the blog title, I actually do find my … Continue reading Diet as a budget
Having just written a “What is ..” on creatine, it was quite natural for me to transition into writing about the other supplement, I use regularly; beta alanine. This is also one of those, where if people asked what it does, I would end up giving them an explanation, that was complicated enough for them … Continue reading What is beta alanine? The new creatine?
The best way to learn, often is to teach. If you want to figure out just how thoroughly you know a subject - try explaining it to someone else. I was actually going to write a post about creatine and coffee, but after reading through a lot of studies I took a step back and … Continue reading What is creatine?
Eat, Fast and Live Longer - Horizon from Steve Hartman on Vimeo. I watched this documentary, close to it being released and stumbled upon it again today. Actually had a note somewhere, that I should share it on my blog along with some comments. As I have been following a form of intermittent fasting, for … Continue reading Eat, fast and live longer – a Michael Mosley documentary
I have now, for some time, wanted to get back to writing posts for my blog. But every time I thought about it, I sat some high goals for writing an exceptional piece, about one of the larger topics I have on my very large list, of potential topics. This just made the task of … Continue reading Healthy 10 min. recipe part 1 – Chicken, cauliflower, avocado