Daily MailPerfect diet: Starve one day, binge eat the nextTimes of IndiaThe regime of chomping away to your heart's content one day, and virtually starving yourself the next is the latest diet craze known as "intermittent fasting" or "alternate-day...
by NATALIA JASTRZABTumultuous.That’s the only way I can describe the relationship I have with exercise... Sometimes I love it but a lot of the time my inner sloth kicks in and I will do anything I can to avoid heading to the gym or going out a run or hitting the pool for a swim. Baking a cake, rearranging my wardrobe, catching up with friends I haven’t seen in ten years and don’t particularly like, cleaning the grouting between the shower tiles – you name it and I’ll do it instead of exercise.
As many of you know, I’m currently at the Ancestral Health Symposium at Harvard University. Yesterday I participated on a panel organized and moderated by Jimmy Moore called “Safe Starches: Are They Essential on an Ancestral Diet?” The panelists were myself and Paul Jaminet on the “pro-starch” side, and Dr. Ron Rosedale and Dr. Cate Shanahan on the “anti-starch” side (though Cate’s position is not quite as cut-and-dry as Ron’s).
With teen obesity at its highest it has ever been, and the continuous pressure of attaining super model thin bodies, research suggest teens who identify themselves as being fat when they are not can lead to obesity later in life.
You consider yourself a fit, active person. But, like most busy professionals, you want to exercise more. You want to hit the gym more frequently, you want to finally start taking that yoga class or make that 7 am boot camp in the local park.
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