This one diet habit will change your life forever.

Photo by Total Shape on Unsplash

Have you ever thought, what can I start doing today to make the rest of my life healthier? If yes that’s great, if not that’s great too because today I will show you one habit that will completely change your life. So are you ready?

But before telling you this magic tip, first I want to mention my conversation with a friend of mine. So lately, my classmate, Matt asked me: “Hey, Carl. What are you doing that you got so much energy and look so healthy?” To be honest, I did not know what to say. After a while, I told him that I started to live like a monk. But not this kind of monk who lives in a monastery. But this kind of modern monk. He got confused. He asked: What do you mean by saying “modern monk”? I respond: This type of person leads a simple life. He does not need fancy clothes and cars. He lives below his means. He eats not so much but enough. He lives as being himself and true to his beliefs. He appreciates every moment of his life and is grateful for all of the blessings that life gave him.” After a while, he told me that I should learn him how to live like that.

Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash

After this short conversation, probably you can now see this one fascinating thing that I want you to tell about- minimalism. But in this case, I want you to look at diet and how all minimalists use this concept to live healthier lives. So the fundament of their lifestyle is fasting. To be more specific- intermittent masting. So what does it mean? It means that you do not eat for some time. It can be eight, ten, twelve, or even twenty-four hours. It depends on how your body responds. If you feel okay after sixteen hours go to twenty. The key is to balance. But the best result we can achieve after 16–24 hours is because during this time our bodies clean themselves and go through this process called- autophagy. I want you to remember that every change takes time. So do not be hard on yourself. If you feel tough, go and get yourself some healthy food. Furthermore, I want you to listen to your body and not overcomplicate it. Fasting is easy and healthy.

So that’s it. To tell the truth, IF has been a complete game-changer for me. Less inflammation, more energy, and better sleep. There are for sure more benefits and if do you want to learn more about IF, go check out the Hopkins medicine website:

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/intermittent-fasting-what-is-it-and-how-does-it-work

--

--

--

Hi, my name is Carl and I want to share with you some pretty interesting knowledge about a healthy lifestyle and well-being.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Everything You Need to Know About Korean Beauty Brand COSRX!

Meet Michelle Pellizzon, the Founder & CEO of Holisticism — Divvy Magazine

Mindfulness at work

7 Ways to Transition Your Skin Care Routine for Summer

My 7 Painful Workouts in 5 Days

Kettle bell.

Warmup for Winter Workouts

Plant-based Diets for a Strong Immune

The Most Important Factor for Wellness Has Nothing to Do With Food, Exercise, or Time Management

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Carl Grzybek

Carl Grzybek

Hi, my name is Carl and I want to share with you some pretty interesting knowledge about a healthy lifestyle and well-being.

More from Medium

Do not overestimate exercise benefits or underestimate diet benefits

What Happen To Your Body When You Sleep In The Open Air

3 Reasons for Eating Oatmeal Every Day

Fat Bombs with Almonds and Blueberries