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How To Eat Better – How To Eat Healthier – Ways To Eat Better – Eat Junk Food?

In this video I discuss how to eat better, and I give you some ways to eat better. Healthy eating is not easy, but it can be done with some patience.

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How to eat better

Healthy eating is not about going on a strict diet, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. It is about having more energy, a stronger immune system, feeling better, and improving overall health. So, lets take a look at 7 simple ways to eat better.

1. Make changes gradually. Many people want changes to happen fast, so they dive in head first eating nothing but healthy foods, and they can keep this up for a while, but as time goes on, willpower will eventually decline, inevitably leading them back to where they started. You have to give yourself ample time, this way you can slowly make the transition, you have to learn to walk before you learn to run.

2. Understand serving sizes. Over eating is a major issue for many people. Having an understanding of what a serving size actually is will keep you from over consuming food, which can help against weight gain.

3. When you start out, make sure you get 1 serving of fruit, and 1 serving of veggies per day. The idea is to get your brain to start thinking about fruits and veggies on a daily basis. As time goes on, increase these servings.

4. Have some protein with all meals. Protein has many important functions in the body, and it also takes longer to digest, making you feel fuller. You can even have high protein snacks such as nuts or seeds to curb your hunger throughout the day.

5. Think before you eat. Take a minute before you decide what to eat, and evaluate. Does this meal I am about to eat have some fruit, veggies, and protein. Are the portion sizes not too large, and am I actually going to enjoy this meal, or just force it down. You have to eat foods you actually like the taste of. Thinking before you eat goes a long way.

6. Eat junk food. Yes, you heard me, eat junk food. Just do it in moderation, and slowly decrease the amount of junk food your eating over time. It is almost impossible to completely eliminate eating a food that you love, and you shouldn’t have to. Lets say you love sweets, say cupcakes, rather than gulping down a whole cupcake at one time, eat half of it now, and the other half later in the day. This way you have satisfied your sweet cravings twice in one day, with one sweet rather than 2.

7. When eating out share, or wrap up half of the meal to go. Restaurant portions are gigantic. And most restaurant foods are loaded with unhealthy fats, large amounts of sodium, or large amounts of sugar. By sharing or wrapping half of the meal, you are not overeating, and you are at least limiting the amount of unhealthy food you are putting in your body at one time.

8. Be prepared when you are eating around others. Many people encourage their unhealthy eating habits onto others. Don’t let others push you into unhealthy choices.

9. Failure is ok. It is ok to fail. If you have a few days, or even a week where everything you eat is garbage, its ok. Don’t let that completely derail you from your ultimate goal of eating healthier. Eating healthier is about changing your life and your lifestyle. Change is really hard to do. its not if you fall, its do you get back up.

10. Drink better fluids. Cut back on, or eliminate sugary or artificially flavored drinks. Choosing water or freshly squeezed juices are a great substitute.

These are only a few of the ways to eat healthier, the most important thing to do is to change your mindset towards food. Many people, myself included, eat foods based simply on taste, not on nutrition. Increasing your awareness is key. Before you eat ask yourself 2 questions, am I going to enjoy the taste of this food, and is this food going to nourish my body and improve my health?
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Keto vs Fasting: Which Diet is Better For Your Lifestyle: Thomas DeLauer

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Similarities

Weight Loss and Insulin

In ketosis, body becomes deprived of glucose and turns to burning fat for fuel

When we eat little foods that supply us with carbs, we release less insulin – w/ less insulin the body doesn’t store extra energy in the form of fat for later use

Intermittent fasting has been found to decrease blood levels of insulin

In a fed state, insulin is elevated so you store excess calories in fat cells. In the presence of insulin, the burning of fat is halted, while the body burns glucose instead

In a fasted state, insulin is low. the body starts mobilizing stored body fat from your fat cells and burning this fat for energy (instead of glucose)

Constantly eating keeps your insulin spiked, which slows your metabolism

I.F.

Acute fasting directly influences the stability of neuronal circuits, wiring that dictates the flow of information in the brain and nervous system.

The cellular stress and lack of nutrition, due to fasting, blocks the synaptic activity of neurons that normally occurs in the brain, brain slows down

Sounds bad, but may be beneficial for brain health -overactive synaptic activity has been associated with diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s

Differences

Lifestyle vs. Diet

Fasting is more to do with When you eat and ketosis is more to do with What you eat

I.F. can be utilized everyday, or a couple times per week, more of a “diet” while ketosis is more of a lifestyle

In a ketogenic state, it is critical that you do not consume too many carbs, or protein – a state that must be carefully maintained

Fasting can be as easy as not “doing” something and you can enter a fasted state by simply not eating for 16-20 hours – it takes a bit longer to enter a ketogenic state

With fasting you will likely still consume the same foods you have always done, albeit, less and later in the day

Ketosis requires you to change what you buy and consume, since most people aren’t accustomed to having 75% of their diet consist of fats and only 5% carbs

Satiation

4 calories in a gram of carbohydrate or protein
9 calories in a gram of fat

On a ketogenic diet people usually eat less – fat is a lot more satiating than carbs

While fasting, consuming all your calories at the end of the day, makes you feel satiated quicker → eat less

Fasting can be a struggle – can struggle to go 16-20 hours without eating

References

1) http://burnfatnotsugar.com/assets/if.pdf

2) 10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://authoritynutrition.com/10-health-benefits-of-intermittent-fasting/

3) 10 Proven Health Benefits of Low-Carb and Ketogenic Diets. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://authoritynutrition.com/10-benefits-of-low-carb-ketogenic-diets/

4) Ketogenic diet and mental health. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.diabetes.co.uk/keto/ketogenic-diet-and-mental-health.html

5) Intermittent Fasting And The Brain – mindbodygreen. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-28129/new-research-shows-how-intermittent-fasting-is-like-decluttering-for-your-brain.html

6) How Does Fasting Affect Your Brain? – Diet Doctor. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.dietdoctor.com/fasting-affect-brain

7) 15 Ways Intermittent Fasting Can Improve Your Health | Alternet. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.alternet.org/food/15-ways-intermittent-fasting-can-improve-your-health

8) Fat Burning Vs. Carb Burning During Exercise Over Time | Healthy Living. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://healthyliving.azcentral.com/fat-burning-vs-carb-burning-during-exercise-over-time-4741.html

9) The Effects of a Ketogenic Diet on Exercise Metabolism and Physical Performance in Off-Road Cyclists. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4113752/

10) Intermittent Fasting and Cognition | The Biohacker Guide by Nootrobox®. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://nootrobox.com/biohacker-guide/intermittent-fasting/cognition

11) 23 Studies on Low-Carb and Low-Fat Diets – Time to Retire The Fad. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://authoritynutrition.com/23-studies-on-low-carb-and-low-fat-diets/

12) Effects of a 3-day fast on regional lipid and glucose metabolism in human skeletal muscle and adipose tissue. – PubMed – NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17784905
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Low Fat Diet vs Low Carb Diet: Which Is Better for You?

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In this video you’ll learn how to choose between a low fat and a low carbohydrate diet. This is been one of the biggest debates recently with the rising popularity of macro tracking and IIFYM.

Video summary:

When looking at your diet setup there’s 2 phases: Fat Loss and Muscle building

Protein is changing based on the phase and scaling with your lean body mass. There’s a lot of research backing that up.

After Protein we determine the Fat intake, and put the rest of calories to carbs.

Fat loss phase:

If carbs are too low low during energy restriction it can negatively influence your training. And this would then reduce your ability to retain lean body mass.

Fat intake recommendations for dieting based on research vary from 15- 25% of total calories.

15% is lower than ideal for most people, and it’s not sustainable long term but it can work short term for 4-6 weeks.

So typically 20-25% is used.

After you choose fat 20-25% then you just invest all the rest of calories into training.

For most people it will be fine to setup the diet with the minimum amount of fat necessary and then invest all the other calories into carbs to allow heavy training.

Minimum Recommended Fat intake:

Fat loss requires caloric restriction, and reduced calories mean reduced macros.

When setting up a diet we need to be aware not to go too low on fat.

Dangers of low fat intake:
– Heart Problems
– Vitamin Deficiency (ADEK)
– Excessive Appetite
– Mood Problems and Depression
– Reduced testosterone and other hormone issues

To prevent this aim for a minimum of 0,5 grams per kg of Bodyweight coming from fat per day.

Fat intake for the Muscle gaining phase:

In the higher caloric intake phase we can have fat as a higher percentage of total calories.

Between 20-30% of calories come from fat is fine in this phase.

Fat is very calorie dense at 9 kcal per 1 gram so adding a higher fat intake is recommended if you’re struggling with getting in the calories.

Some people operate better on a low carb / high fat diets.

How do you figure out if that’s you?

There’s a few genetic indicators but for the most part we need to test this out ourselves.

High fat diet means that the percentage of calories coming from fat is higher than 35% of total intake as opposed to recommended 15-30%

High fat diets would work for people with insulin resistance.

There’s a way to test yourself and I recommend trying this out if your family history of diabetes and if suspect that you operate better on a higher fat intake.

How do you test?

During the gaining phase for 1 month consume a 40-45% fat diet, while keeping protein and calories consistent..

So basically you’re just changing your carbs to fat ratio.

Then during this month keep an eye on and write down how you feel, what’s your mood and energy level.

Then when that month is complete for the second month setup your diet so 20% of calories come from fat while keeping calories and protein the same.

Then a the end of the month compare how you felt in the each phase and if the higher fat worked better than the lower fat.

It might seem hard to find out but it’s definitely worth it because you’ll finally know if a higher fat diet is something that works for you.

That would be all for this video. Hope you enjoyed.

Let me know in the comments what you think.

And as always, see you in the next video 🙂

Your friend,

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Today I’m going to be talking about how to live your most Nutritious Life! It’s not all about the food. So many other factors in your life affect your weight and your relationship with food, so it’s important to make changes in and focus on all aspects of your life!

1. Drink Up: Our bodies are up to 70% water! Being dehydrated can zap energy levels, slow down your metabolism, and make you feel hungry. I recommend grabbing a 32 ounce water bottle. All you have to do is fill it up twice a day and you’re good to go. Also drink two cups of green tea a day to stay hydrated and get in those great antioxidants found in green tea.

2. Eat Empowered: So many of us think of food in a negative way. Flip the switch to a place of positive energy and empowerment and know you’re in control, not the food. It’s not “I can’t eat the dessert.” It’s, “I can eat the blueberries!”

3. Live Consciously: The environment that surrounds us can impact both our mental and physical health. We can’t always control our environment, but we can do small things like making a clutter-free (and stress free!) zone in our office or home. Think of one area in your life that you can declutter!

4. Love More: Losing weight increases your libido, but having sex can help you lose weight too! Oxytocin, a hormone that acts as an antioxidant, is released during sex, a cuddle with your pet, or holding hands.

5. Nurture Yourself: Put the oxygen mask on yourself before helping others! We so often forget to take the time to care for ourselves. The time that you spend caring for yourself physically can reap huge mental and physical rewards.

6. Sleep Deep: When we sleep well we’re more energetic, make healthier food choices and are less likely to become obese. I want you to start practicing good sleep hygiene today! Your homework for tonight: give yourself a bedtime and try to stick to it.

7. Stress Less: We’re all experiencing way more stress than we should! Stress increases the level of the hormone cortisol in our bodies, which in turn makes our bodies crave carbohydrates, specifically high sugar carbohydrates, and store fat around the midsection. There are things you can do right now to take your stress down a notch. Try an eight count breath – breathe in for a count of eight and out for a count of eight. Try this for even just 4 minutes a day and you’ll sleep and feel better!

8. Sweat Often: When we exercise we release endorphins, which make you feel good and motivate you to eat well. Set a realistic goal you can be super consistent with.

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