Wed, 22 August 2018
Consistency is key in everything we do.
Training in the gym: The most optimal workout imaginable won’t do a thing if you only get around to it once every two weeks.
Sleep: A solid 8 hours of shut eye every night beats 10 hours one night, 6 the next.
Learning a new skill: Practice for an hour each day and you’ll become a master. Spend twelve hours one time and never again, and you’ll remain a beginner.
The same is true for nutrition. A consistent, reliable way of eating—especially with a diet like keto, where extended consistency actually builds new fat-burning mitochondria and establishes habits—tends to produce the best results.
But what if you wanted to be a little less consistent? What if you wanted to cycle between Primal and keto? Is such a thing even possible?
Yes. Just make sure you do it right—and for the right reasons.
(This Mark's Daily Apple article was written by Mark Sisson, and is narrated by Tina Leaman)
Direct download: MDA-Aug222018-TipsForCyclingBetweenPrimalAndKeto.mp3
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