See what you made me do? You all are a distraction! Just kidding. But I did go off on some tangents with the past couple of episodes when I promised you I’d cover the final two myths of fitness and nutrition. So, lo, and behold … the final two myths and their insanity I place before you royal lobes.
Are you curious to see if you’ve bought in to these final two myths? Well then, let’s see if you’re right or wrong. Ready to get learning?
Today, you’ll learn:
– You’ve heard that life is a race analogy? Maybe, but here’s why you should view your life as though there is no finish line (1:35)
– How to optimize your metabolism that has absolutely nothing to do with dieting (4:29)
– Why the science of how long it takes for food to pass through your upper gut absolutely destroys the frequent small meals myth (4:51)
– Three core digestion and energy management benefits you experience when you eat less often (7:30)
– How fast can you shove it all in? Here’s what you should really do when you don’t have enough time to eat (7:50)
– Is this the reason people say grace before eating? Every time you eat, be sure you’re practicing the 3 joys of food (6:19)
– You can prove for yourself that cardio for fat loss is a huge wannabe trainer myth. All you need is reality, math and science. Check out these studies … (12:11)
– Are you a duck or a chicken in the gym? One is definitely preferable for legitimately losing weight. (14:13)
Eat less often, but do this more …
Hydrate. Drink water. Consume the clear liquid that springs forth from the ground. You get the idea. So much of our body’s balance is tied into our hydration so throughout your day, be sure you’re getting enough water.
To get even hormonal balance, check out episode 85 for what supplements to take for sleep, weight loss and energy.
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