[ACTION STEPS] How to COMPLETELY Maximise Your Energy

Jan 24, 2023

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Intermittent Fasting (If you talk to your doctor about it and they allow it or some version of it)

  • Eat in an 8-12 hour eating window. E.g. Break-fast at 11am, stop eating at 7pm.


  • Your first meal of the day should start off with primarily healthy carbohydrates (like a banana), which is easy to digest but will keep you feeling no need for food for 4 hours or more.

  • Later, once your body has gotten more used to intermittent fasting, you can switch to a first meal being something like JUST healthy fats or JUST protein.


Lectins, according to Dr. R Gundry, severely damage the gut wall.

Your body expends energy to minimise the inflammation, which takes energy away from YOU to expend.

  • So, watch how your body reacts from eating things like bread, wheat, potatoes, rice, brown rice, quinoa, tomatoes, eggplant, yoghurt and milk.

  • Some people are more fatigued by these foods than others, so just see how YOU are.

Too much food

  • Don't snack throughout the day. Real meals of solid nutrients are preferable. I eat two meals a day AND I work out 4 times per week, that's still enough for me.

  • Try this: Whenever you get the urge to snack, rather than either eating a proper meal or waiting for your body to slip into a fasted state where you’d have more energy, say, “I’m so glad that I get NO urges at this point to eat things that don’t benefit my body. I’ve known people who just give into their mindless snacking desires and just eat unfulfilling food all day. They could have so much more energy and better physical and mental health, if they simply learnt to feel pleased to eat good food. I love knowing that I’m nourishing my body”.

Sleep ain't for digestion

  • Don't eat 3h before sleeping. Finish your eating window at 7pm.

That's it!



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