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Good morning! ☀☀ this is egg whites with sriracha, broccoli, and garlic quinoa and brown rice

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We grow hungrier and hungrier with no clue what we are hungry for. The holes inside of us grow bigger.
Courtney E. Martin, Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters (via fassadenmensch)

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ahhahah yes

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Gotta make up for all the definition I’ve lost!

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Gonna get back to when I was this lean!

Gonna get back to when I was this lean!

Go out and do something. It isn’t your room that’s a prison, it’s yourself.
Sylvia Plath

the day I see above and beyond live will be one of the best days of my life :’)

Anonymous said: could you please write a little bit about internal fasting? why and how do you do it? what is it all about? because i don't know much about it :)

It’s actually called intermittent fasting, and I don’t follow this eating schedule anymore due to my personal life. There’s tons of variations of it, and it’s up to the individual what schedule they follow. You basically have an eating window where you eat all your calories for the day, and then you fast the remainder of the day until it hits your eating window again. Ideally, you would want your eating window to be as short as possible, but I would recommend starting with a larger eating window so your body has time to adapt. So eat all your calories within 10 hours, then fast the other 14. However, in my own personal opinion, for intermittent fasting I probably wouldn’t recommend fasting more than 20 hours on a regular basis. Also, many people recommend that you schedule your workouts before you break your fast. Potential benefits (according to people’s experiences that I’ve read): fat loss, increased energy once your body adapts, eventually no feelings of hunger during the fast, and it may be great for your schedule.

TL;DR: You fast more hours than you spend eating consecutively

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