So it’s been a while. And I wish that I could tell you that in that time there have been major changes, major revelations, an epiphany. But alas, no. Sadly, I’ve just gotten lazy as spring wore on and things wee not going as planned. This blog is an outlet for me. Something that I put together to gather my thoughts on things that I read, the places that I go and the things that I do. It’s supposed to be therapeutic and helpful to others at the same time. But like that friend you mean to call but “forget” because of [enter some excuse here], you don’t.
Instead of apologizing, I’m going to thank you. It’s something I read along the way that I noted on a piece of paper. I know, very analog of me. Surprising it’s still with me given how I’m prone to lose things or misplace them (see Tile post).
Anyway, reform is on the way. Some simple changes and one or two things that only make sense once we start to engage again.
Until then, thank you for reading. More to come shortly.
So those of you who know me, know that I am a strong proponent of the Ketogenic Diet. What is that you say? Well, think Low Carb High Fat. “Fat!?!” you say in astonishment making that face people make when they eat kale and pretend to love it. “High fat!” you say is even worse.
Well, hear me out. It’s not what you think or perhaps not as bad as you think. There are several varieties of the diet out there and most can fit even the craziest lifestyle while keeping off the weight and providing a myriad of other help benefits.
Disclaimer time: I am not a doctor nor do I play one on TV. Consult your doctor and common sense before trying any new health fad or diet recommended by your friends uncle bob or anyone you find on the internet…like this one.
The diet works on a simple principle: use fat for fuel instead of only carbs. By limiting carbs you force the body to use up its fat stores. And if you’re like me, you have a few. By burning fat instead of going for quick carbs you can quickly loose weight while at first restricting calories and later maintain weight by keeping to the diet guidelines.
Here’s a few things to read on the subject for the weekend. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I may open a different comment section for this as w grow.
Slow Carb Diet Proponent Tim Ferriss
Strong keto advocate, Maria Emmerich gives good advice if a little heavy handed for the average dieter.
Jimmy Moore makes is all simple and easy.