Overindulged? Reset Your System and Get Back on Track. Fast!
Living fit for more than 20+ years these are some of my wellbeing go-to’s. Whether it’s coming back from travel, being out of my daily routine, vacations, or long-haul flights. I’ll do these 2 Key fail-safe steps to reset my system and get the body back to functioning optimally.
These tips will also help if you’ve overindulged on calorie-rich food, sweet treats or alcohol during the holidays.
“Biologically our bodies aren’t designed to run optimally when we are feeding it all the time.”
Constant Grazing and the Myth(1)(2) of 6 Small Meals a day
If we overeat, snack, eat too frequently or slip into all-day grazing eating habits the body’s processing system will tend to run on a go-slow i.e.
- Water retention
- Poor digestion
- Even mood swings can occur.
As of writing, current research has found that the body’s biological repair and rejuvenation processes take place when your body isn’t busy processing food.
Some of these benefits include:
- Reduced risk of diabetes and heart disease
- Improved mitochondrial function (your body’s ability to burn fat as a fuel source)
- Autophagy (cellular cleansing) reduces cellular damage that drives aging and disease
- Gene repair and a slowing of the aging process – look hotter for longer!
- Reduced risk of cancer
- Promotion of human growth hormone (HGH) which is also a fat-burning hormone.
Hopefully, these tips will help you to get back into your wellbeing zone. Fast!
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