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Back to basics, Diet & Intermittent Fasting Part 2

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Grass fed beefburger and green salad

So Days 3, 4 & 5 of my back to basic diet have been slightly different. I reduced the time of my fast and had lunch around 1.00pm. Here’s what those 3 days have looked like

6.00am – Glass of water with added salt

6.10-6.40 Infrared sauna with mindfulness session

8.00am Bulletproof Coffee – Upgraded low toxin coffee beans, grass-fed butter, brain octane oil & 2 tablespoons of Upgraded Collagen protein

Morning – Water with Dr Flanagan’s Crystal Energy

11.00pm – Black Bulletproof coffee (single shot)

1.00pm – Small homemade burger with green salad/avocado salad with hot smoked salmon, olives & capers

Afternoon – Sparkling water, herbal tea

7.30pm – Salmon, pureed cauliflower with butter and avocado pieces, baked kale in brain octane oil, baked Brussel sprouts/ grass fed beef steak, sprouting broccoli, black kale. Day 5 slight change as at a BBQ and not much choice – had 1 burger and 1 pc of chicken along with 2 charcoal tablets (not sure of quality of meat)

SalmonRoasted Kale & Brussel sprouts with Brain Octane OilMy energy was a little low on day 3 so I supplemented with Unfair Advantage. Apart from that, my cravings have reduced and my appetite has also reduced. I’ve lost around 5lbs

 

Day 6, 7 & 8

Day 6 was a Saturday I followed the same routine as Days 3-5. BP coffee in the morning and no lunch. Dinner was leg of lamb with veg.

Day 7 – Sunday. BP coffee in the morning. Lunch at 2.00pm Salmon with green salad enjoyed outside in the garden with Sparkling water. The difference today was I did a 17mile road bike ride followed by 25mins infrared sauna and a clay face mask by Alitura.Alitura Clay Mask This is one of my absolute favourite clay masks. My skin just feels silky smooth afterwards. For dinner we had roast chicken with veg and gravy made from home made stock. I had a bit of a dicky tummy so took some further charcoal, I think it was the BBQ 2 days earlier.

Day 8 Monday (Bank Holiday 30/05/16)

My weight this morning was 6lbs lighter than same time last Monday. A good start. More importantly my energy levels were steady. My sleep tracker reported a good sleep the night before. I started the day with a Bulletproof Coffee with an added scoop of Upgraded Collagen. Then walked the dog for 50 mins in the woods. I then switched things up a bit and had a 2 egg omelette with a side of bacon. Then did a 12 mile mountain bike ride 6 miles up hill to Loch Ordie and then a bone shaking 6 miles back. Dinner was Chicken curry made with left over roast chicken, spices, spinach, home made chicken stock, Coconut milk. For my kids I added some white rice. As a little treat I had 1 small square of raw chocolate.

Conclusion

This last week I really wanted to make sure I focused on all the basic areas. Diet – I’ve kept this simple, eating good quality ingredients, no processed food, healthy fats and lots of water & I avoided all alcohol during the last 8 days. Light – I’ve made sure I’ve stuck to using the infrared sauna and got out of my office and into nature. Exercise – I kept this light to start with and then introduced some walking and cycling finishing off with some good cardio on my mountain bike riding up some good inclines. Spirit – My goal here was to reduce my stress levels. The mindfulness practice really centres me and gives some great insight. Cutting out toxins and exercise helps my body process the stress better as well. Fasting – although I really only had 2 days of 24 hour fasting it really helped to kickstart my body into Ketosis. Along with letting my cells switch on some repair work. The other 6 days the fast was reduced to around 16 hours. I’m 6lbs lighter, feeling a lot more chilled, energy levels are high and super motivated to continue for the next 7 days

To your health

Sadie x

 

Back to basics, Diet & Intermittent Fasting

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Sometimes it’s time to reset and go back to basics. In the business world this is called our default diary. It’s the routine you know you should have but one that over time you veer away from. It’s the path that takes us towards our goal. The daily actions that move us towards our vision of the future. We all get those ah’ha moments. The slap the forehead moment. Where we realise we’ve lost our way a bit. So every now and then it’s time to take stock and when everything seems to be running away from us, pause and press the reset button read more →

Bulletproof Coffee Alternatives

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Bioupgraded coffeeThere’s a few ingredients that are key to making Bulletproof Coffee. Of course the most important one is the coffee beans. Whats important about the beans is how they are produced? Upgraded Coffee beans are said to be free of moulds and toxins, and when you buy Bulletproof Upgraded Coffee beans you can be sure of the quality. However its not always that easy to get hold of these beans plus price is an issue especially when you are trying this coffee for the first time. When you are choosing an alternative bean you want to make sure a these 4 factors.

 

1. Is it organic?

2. How is it roasted?

3. Where is it grown?

4. Can you trust the supplier?

Not all coffee is equal and if you choose the wrong one this can have the opposite effect to what you are trying to acheive which is clear out brain fog, cut out the coffee crash and don’t get headaches.

We do carry an alternative choice of beans that you can make your ‘Bulletproof Coffee’ with. Bioupgraded Coffee is an organic bean which is roasted every month. It comes in 2 sizes 250gm for £9.99 or 1kg bags for £31.99.

How To Make Bulletproof Coffee

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What Makes It Better, And Why Everyone Else Is Changing The Way They Make Coffee

Coffee addicts are constantly looking for bolder, fresher, cleaner variations. That’s why Dave Asprey came up with a secret process that makes Bulletproof Coffee better than anything else. Coffee beans are not produced in the greatest of environments, and in such, they are subject to lots of mold and toxic chemicals. Dave Asprey understood this and developed a procedure that protected the beans from start to finish. In doing this, Bulletproof Coffee was born. Coffee addicts all agree, Bulletproof Coffee is exceptionally clean (void of any chemical toxins), full of flavor, well textured and loaded with antioxidants.

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