- Food comas and lethargy
- Food porn (pictures of food – eat the food while it’s hot, do the food justice by taking the picture after the meal.)
What do you have to gain?
- Time spent cooking, cleaning, planning, eating and commuting (foraging for food)
- Mental clarity
The human body was designed to starve. Unfortunately, the rat race keeps us tethered to our breakfast cafes, lunch food trucks and dinner restaurants. How many places would go out of business if people realized their over consumption is limiting their productivity? Why is society so growth-centric?
Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell. – Edward Abbey
The main source of energy for cancer cells is glucose (sugar). Positron Emission Tomography scans are used to detect cancer: where there’s a huge uptake of glucose (sugar) there’s cancer.1)http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/PET-scan/Pages/Introduction.aspx
Vinny Tortorich asked his doctor what was the one thing he could do to prevent cancer: Stop eating sugar.
Push your limits – become limitless – by limiting your consumption.
In 2010 I fasted for Ramadan with my Lebanese roommate. I got some backlash from my family – “You’re not Muslim!” Hands down, one of the best experiences of my life. Not eating between sunrise and sunset gave me a new perspective on how people structure their life. I learned we don’t need to eat as often as we eat. I was more productive at work.
3 meals a day brings the doctor my way.
Don’t listen to me. Don’t walk with me down the road – I’m just here to show you there’s a different path. Do your homework. Do your research. Experiment.
But don’t fast and abstain from the things that matter to you. 2)https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/dec/22/why-time-management-is-ruining-our-lives
Stay hungry, stay foolish. – Steve Jobs
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