Synchronising Intermittent Fasting with Circadian Code. A Typical Day.

Breakfast at 9.30 am. Here it’s 2 fried eggs on brown bread toast. Walnuts and dried cranberries roasted in butter. Two sausages. Chia seeds pudding in coconut water, layered with pineapple, pumpkin seeds and no added sugar muesli. Coffee with milk and no sugar.

Lunch at 1.30 pm has parboiled brown rice with plenty of vegetable preparations of grated carrots and coconut, snake gourd with coconut, lentils gravy and pumpkin and dal and chicken cutlets.

Yoga, stretching, suryanamaskars from 8 am to 8.50 am. High Intensity Interval Anabolic workout from 8.55 am to 9.15 am ( fasted state for 18 1/2 hours for start of exercise).

40 minutes walk outside from 6.20 pm to 7 pm. Other routine in the lockdown situation include afternoon nap to compensate sleep deficiency at night, Netflix, time in balcony for natural light and playing Rummikub for two hours with wife.

Bad habits include snacking in eating window on bakery items and tracking stock market movements. For any consolation, it’s going up.

OH THIS LOCKDOWNZZZZ!!

Synchronising Intermittent Fasting with Circadian Code. A Typical Day.

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