And as I go through the day of constant thinking, I pondered upon my eating habits, of what I put in the temple that is my body. And that may seem too on the nose of matra-ishness, but a Stoic does think about what he eats. Because greed or desire for more than what one needs is against living by nature.
So I wonder: What if 3 meals a day is completely unnecessary? I posted this question to Google, and the American Heart Association does post something interesting. I
We have a big misunderstanding of body fat and how we accumulate it. In this article, I try to clear that up.
Failed, but it's okey. I fasted twice in a month, which is an accomplishment in of itself. I also beat my personal best, and I can only go forward. Next weeks attempt, again the goal is to go longer until that 1 week mark [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Broke my personal best! But the habit of eating is 'eating' away at me as I have to fight off hunger as it comes and goes through out the day. And I learned that coffee may not be helping me fight off the hunger [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Hunger Pains! Dizziness! Food... I need food... Going through the first day is always the hardest part of fasting. By this time, the body is just realizing it hasn't seen any form of glucose and is essentially panicking. But to succeed, you must not panic yourself. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The Fast will begin once again! I'm going for a more than 36 hours this time with a whole week as the secondary. I'd like to focus on one week, but I feel if I could just slowly peek out one personal best after another, I'd eventually make it. [CLICK TO READ MORE]