Have you heard of time restricted eating? I was introduced to the idea last year when I first started following the work of Dr. Rhonda Patrick. Dr. Patrick is a biomedical scientist who runs a great website and produces podcasts and videos about health, nutrition longevity and aging - so many interesting topics! One of her repeat podcast interview guests is Dr. Satchin Panda who researches circadian rhythm and the health benefits of time restricted eating. Time restricted eating is basically a form of intermittent fasting, and appears to me to be by far the easiest method to follow. When I learned about the opportunity to participate in an app-based research study I was in!
I go through phases where I like to spend an embarrassing portion of my free time reading blog posts and articles about health and nutrition and fitness...and no, we don't have cable. In the past few years, gut health, the microbiome, probiotics and prebiotics seem to have become very popular topics. Apparently, keeping our resident …
If you've been wondering what this ketogenic diet fad is all about, then this post is for you! After much reading and research, I did a 30 day experiment with this style of eating. Today I’m sharing more about my experience, my results and what I learned!
Our final stop in Cyprus was the larger city of Limassol. While still on the beach, it was quite different from the tourist resort feel of Protaras and Paphos. We got more of a feel for how people actually live in Cyprus, and decided it seemed like a very livable city.
A few months ago I did a 30 day experiment to try out the ketogenic diet. You may have heard of this way of eating, as it has been gaining a lot media attention recently. I first read about it a couple years ago and thought it sounded way too extreme and restrictive, but after hearing about the amazing results some people have experienced, I decided to do a little experiment.
After our stay in Paphos, we hopped in our rental car and drove to Protaras. This beachside resort town features a lively stretch of resorts, restaurants, souvenir shopping and karaoke bars aimed at British and Russian tourists. The beaches here are busy, but spectacular! Getting There We found the drive from Paphos to Protaras to …
We spent a delightful couple days relaxing in the beachside town of Paphos, Cyprus. Paphos is quite a popular vacation destination and has a great tourist area featuring a waterfront pedestrian walkway, plenty of restaurants, easy access to swimming spots and several archaeological sites. A perfect spot for some sunshine and relaxation!