Philosophical approach to failures in nutritional goals

  If you do not want to read this overlong text here are the merits: “Proper management of failures and distance to yourself is what may lead us to lifestyle success and a rewarding life.” Working with my regular students, which are called by “wise health training professional books” - the general population (Meaning all…Read more Philosophical approach to failures in nutritional goals

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Why you can not bake a bread?

Who told you this?! You probably think "it is difficult task"... "Mastering how to make a dough is an art"...  Not true. Bread DIY. If I can do it anyone can do it and I love simple, not time-consuming home cooking. Baking goes from the first time.Just follow good recipes (always read the opinion and review…Read more Why you can not bake a bread?

Real food and less chemistry at HOME

How to manage it? Taking an advantage of my move to Vancouver let me bring you closer to the title issue. No matter if you are moving to a new place or want to create new habits in your old place here are few simplest ever steps to start with. It means if I can…Read more Real food and less chemistry at HOME

Fasting & Ketosis. Nobel Prize.

What a coincidence. On the October 3rd I have finished my 12 days fast and on the same day mr. Yoshinori Ohsumi got a Nobel Prize for his discoveries concerning the processes which happen in fasting cells: Press Release 2016-10-03 The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet has today decided to award the 2016 Nobel Prize…Read more Fasting & Ketosis. Nobel Prize.

Every 3-hour meals are not healthy

Who the hell has figured out every 3-hours meal? 5-6 meals a day? Come on! Does the food industry wants us to be (carbs) food addict? 2-3 meals a day is enough (I know it is hard to believe when we snack all day) and I rely here on medical knowledge. It is good for bodybuilders to eat…Read more Every 3-hour meals are not healthy