Living in a continuously evolving society has made people change their ways of living. From the simple day-by-day process of low-key life, things have changed into a modern fast-paced way of life. It’s easier than ever (in the public’s thoughts) to eat and consume readily available so-called ‘fast’ foods. However, does this change allow you to control and maintain a healthy lifestyle or does it act the other way around?

Whatever the circumstances are, progress only happens in response to the practice of self-discipline and love.

As he leads the way in the intermittent fasting community as the author of ‘The Simple Intermittent Fasting Journal’, Brian Gryn works as an expert in that field and has also created ‘the Intermittent Fasting Certification Course. He’s a wellness coach, an author, and a human movement specialist. He also trains people personally.

In this episode, Brian talks about the common roadblocks and misconceptions people usually encounter whenever they talk about and/or practice exercise and fasting. As busy human beings enclosed in a community of working people, we often make excuses not to exercise, resulting in our bodies slowly becoming unhealthy. We often put our health in the backburner because of the growing list of responsibilities we need to fulfill as we get older – Brian explains why this is a mistake!

What you will learn from this episode:

  • Find out the biggest challenge people experience as they age, with regards to staying fit and positive, and how it affects your productivity.
  • Discover the common mistakes or misconceptions that people have about solving the problem with roadblocks that hinder them from fasting, and how you can control and lose weight over time.
  • Learn what action to do in order to change your eating habits in accordance to staying fit and fasting.

 

“Let’s stick with fasting in the sense that if you’re normally used to eating breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking in between, let’s take one step forward and cut out snacking… I think that’s a good starting point if you want to start getting into some longer fasts throughout the day.Brian Gryn

 

Download Rob’s ‘Breakfast of Brilliance‘ Lifestyle Recipe at https://theartofhealth.fit/breakfast-of-brill/

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To make intermittent fasting a lifestyle change go to https://www.21dayfastingchallenge.com/

Topics Covered:

3:57 – The biggest challenge that people face as they age with regard to staying fit well and positive: They have excuses right, we can sort of get in our own head with a lot of different things

6:20 – The common mistakes or misconceptions that people have about solving that problem: We talk about diet and I think a lot that gets put out there is, what should you eat? And I think the question should maybe be changed a little bit as to when you should eat. 

7:45 – Bryan’s preference with the type of diet: ‘nose to tail’ eating.

8:48 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away Stick with fasting in the sense that if you’re normally used to eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacking in between, let’s take one step forward and cut out snacking.

10:15 – Free resource:https://www.21dayfastingchallenge.com/

Key Takeaways:

“I would say that the biggest roadblock would be making health a priority, and sort of figuring out why you want to get healthy. That’s one thing to say that you want to lose weight. Why do you want to do it?” – Brian Gryn

“I think as we age, we have more priority. We have other priorities like kids, our work, and I think the key is to realize that having kids shouldn’t be used as an excuse to work out, but it should be a reason as to why you should work out.” – Brian Gryn

“Whatever camp you’re in, I think that one thing that you can change that can be sort of a simple change over time is when you’re eating and you’re fasting and feasting windows. I think that can make a big difference to help with controlling weight and even losing weight.” – Brian Gryn

“In between the meals, you could have, you know, perhaps some coffee or some tea, but let’s not have anything with any caloric value in between those meals. I think that’s a good starting point if you want to start getting into some longer fasts throughout the day.” – Brian Gryn

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