I'm on my fasting day. I do intermittent fasting on pretty long daily fast and it has been great but once a week I skip my eating window and do a 44 hour fast. based on my tracking this is when I really am getting the weight loss aggressively as it takes about 3500 calories to loose one pound of fat and between my daily expenditure and the fasted cardio that I do on this day I tend to loose that pound and then go back into my intermittent fasting so I never eat more to gain the fat back. It's worked out well so far but this post isn't really about fat loss.
On my fasting day and in my daily fasting window I have found that sunshine and better sun shine while I'm grounded feel like eating. Now let me qualify that I'm not saying we don't need to ever eat I'm saying that I look forward to the moments I can get sun like I used to look forward to meals. On my lunch break I lay in the sun. Yesterday on my fasting day I was set to go to the gym to do my cardio and thought I want sun and went and ran by the beach and after walked in the ocean. This was so much better. I have known about the befits of light and electrons for a while now and have had this page on my site(check out the quantum health page for more info) Quantum Health
All about how light is carried on electrons and how we get light through eating but also through direct sun
It is one thing to know something and another to experience it. As I am fasting I can tune in so much more to the sun light. I have lived near the beach for almost a year and am finally tapping into its power. Which is ok. It takes time to incorporate new behaviors into my routines. I just know that I live in a place that other dream of visiting to see the sun go down over the ocean and I feel a deep gratitude for this opportunity.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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