Eating the Warrior Diet – How It Can Improve Brain Health

Eating the Warrior Diet – How It Can Improve Brain Health

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“Is the Warrior Diet for you?” If you’ve been looking for an alternative to the typical diet that everyone seems to be following these days, you’ve probably come across the Warrior Diet. This is a controversial weight loss program that has been around for a while but has recently gained popularity because of the documentary “The Do Not Eat Club”. The Do Not Eat Club highlighted several celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton that followed the diet to show just how simple and effective it is. While the diet is definitely effective, there are a few things you need to know before starting on the Warrior Plan.

“What, when and how to eat?” Despite all the books you’ve read and the plans you’ve attempted, are you still finding yourself lacking in energy, fatigued, carrying more body fat around than you’d like, feeling emotionally run-down and physically sick? In short, yes. One of the biggest things that you must do as you follow the warrior diet is to make sure that you feed your body enough to keep it energetic at all times. This means that you need to take into consideration the feeding window during your day and work to ensure that you feed your body the best foods possible throughout your day. To do this, you’ll need to divide up your time and make sure that you eat your meals at certain times throughout the day.

“How will I know when I am feeding my body?” You’ll need to keep track of when you’re having meals so that you can be sure that you’re hitting your target calories and nutrition. The way to do this is to use intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is defined as alternating between extreme calorie restriction and normal calorie intake. This is a very effective weight loss strategy because it helps to keep your metabolism high. When your metabolism is high, your body works harder to burn off calories.

“But my lifestyle already allows me to have a moderate, consistent calorie intake… Why should I do the warrior diet?” Because your current lifestyle requires you to constantly restrict your caloric intake, you cannot completely undertaking from foods that you enjoy. This will leave you unsatisfied. By doing the warrior diet, you will be able to enjoy foods that you normally wouldn’t have the guts or the willpower to even consider eating. That being said, it’s important that you do not become too hard on yourself.

“So now I’m just supposed to keep going until I lose weight?” The truth is that you don’t have to keep going. The point of the intermittent fasting was to keep you from starving yourself, which is exactly what will happen if you starve yourself during your eating window. If you feel like you’re dragging yourself through one meal, that’s okay. If you feel like you can’t keep going, that’s okay too.

“I think I can handle one week? Is this a do or die thing?” No! The intermittent fasting is designed to make it easy to transition from one week to the next. You don’t have to stay on it forever, but you do have to get into the habit of keeping up with it for at least one week.

“So why should I do the warrior diet? It sounds like it would be hard, but it doesn’t have to be!” Intermittent fasting may improve brain health and help you lose weight. But that’s all it’s intended for.

After you start the intermittent fasting, you’ll notice that your cravings for certain types of food will diminish. And while you’re on the warrior diet, you’re not supposed to really eat too much of the bad foods like candy and junk food. In fact, you’re not even supposed to be eating vegetables most of the time. The vegetables are meant to be enjoyed on an occasional basis. After a period of time, however, you should start eating more vegetables in your diet and this should be your cue to start eating healthier.

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