When and why would you do a self-discovery journey?

When we think about our daily life we really fast start feeling overwhelming with our calendars full of things-to-do, appointments, family commitments, including our significant other and our kids.  We think of ourselves as the wife, the mother, the co-worker, the boss, the teacher, the nurse, the daughter, the aunt, the sister, the friend… the list is endless.  But is that who we are? Are our different “titles” what defines us? 

The answer is no. We are just running day after day fulfilling all these commitments and obligations, most of them with a big smile, a feeling of satisfaction, a feeling of love and gratitude… but is not who we are, is what we do.

This is why a journey of self-discovery is so important.  It is not to put a stop to all the things we do, but to learn to do them mindfully.  To consciously act upon our to-do list with the certainty of knowing the core of who we are, with the ability to extend the love to ourselves, to learn to be kind and compassionate towards our feelings, to believe we are in the pursuit of our happiness and this happiness is tangible.

There is no better day than today to start working on transforming our lives for the better and by doing it from within us.   Start today and you will be thanking yourself for the rest of your life for the gift of loving you.

Giving thanks when dealing with sadness

I woke up this morning with my home phone ringing. My home phone only rings if my parents or my grandmother calls… or if there is an emergency concerning my parents.  As soon as I heard the phone I had the certainty that there was bad news.  My uncle, Bishop Uriah Ashley, had passed away during the night. 

He was not a natural brother of my dad, but was for that it is worth, a brother.  Throughout my life, Monsignor Uriah, like he was usually called, was a constant rock of love, hope, and faith.  My grandmother invited him once for dinner when he was part of the seminary in a small town where my father is from.  From that dinner, from that moment, he became one more brother to all my father and his 7 siblings. 

He officiated his first Matrimony ceremony then he married my parents.  He baptized me and my brother and every other cousin (we are many).  When my grandmother got diagnosed with ALS he was there to give faith, strength, hope, and most importantly comfort.

When he has ordained Bishop he took his sisters (my three aunts and my mom) to the Vatican where they were given an audience with Pope John Paul II, which has been the highlight of my mother’s life ever since.   A few months later when my brother died in a tragic accident, he was there again, loyal to his faith and guiding us with his strength on God.

He married me, he baptized my sons, he spoke very well English and always took the time to talk with my husband, reassuring him that although he was not Catholic, he was family.  He would come and visit us in New Orleans when possible and after Katrina when we lost everything, he was there to help us see that all is not lost, if we had each other and the will to rebuild.  He blessed our homes, he blessed our lives, he blessed our hearts.

Today I am sad, I am sad that he died alone in a Hospital room with no one around him except for nurses and doctors due to complications of Covid.  I am sad that after everything he gave us, all his time and love, my parents and my aunts and uncles were not with him to say goodbye.  

Today is Thanksgiving, and I am focusing on giving thanks to him, to Monsignor Uriah Ashley, for teaching me unwavering love for God’s will and I thank him for always remind me that having faith is our choice a choice we make with our hearts.

Today I am sitting at my table, with just my husband and my kids, thankful that I was touched by him, taught by him, guided by him, loved by him. 

growing pains

Taking accountability for actions, or rather the lack of actions in my life has always been my biggest problem. Accepting that something has not been completed because I did not complete it has always been my downfall.  We can say that as a child my parents did not really make me accountable for my actions,  but we would have to understand their reasons for raisin me with a big sense of entitlement, and in the end, they cannot be judge, but just understood. 

It was not until in my adult life, that I got married and had children when in an argument with my husband I reflected on my actions. I had lived a whole life blaming the world and each one of its inhabitants for my problems, my disappointments, my sadness, even my inappropriate actions, everything was everyone’s fault, except mine. 

The moment this clicked in my head, I started to change that negative attitude for one that would lead me to be accountable for my actions, especially my lack of actions. Froma accepting the reasons I did not lose weight to the reasons why I kept on failing on keeping track of the family budget, I had always had an excuse …pointing fingers at my work (including bosses and coworkers), my children, my husband, my parents, the lack of time,  the lack of money, the house chores… oh my! the list is endless.

I believe that accepting our lack of accountability is an achievement, committing with oneself to learn to accept our failures, our mistakes to correct them and through kindness and gratitude, take responsibility for our actions, our mistakes, and even more important our victories.

I still have a lot to learn, I still fall into the trap of pointing my index finger at the culprit of these extra pounds, or putting my hands up asking the heavens above for more time to finish this or that, when I know very well that there are pieces of my time wasted on things that do not help in the mission of my goals … but I keep trying. I keep meditating, I keep searching inside myself for my doubts, my fears, my uncertainties, and I try to scare them away with kindness, faith, organization, and love for my family and myself.

What color is your food?

Recently I was asked what color of food I gravitate towards when I do our grocery shopping.  I thought about it for a while, going back and forth between yellow and green, green to red, red to orange, and back to yellow.  The truth is that I like my food to be colorful. I consciously cook our meals thinking about the colors they will have at the end.  We, as a family, love veggies in our meals, so I will do vegetarian rice bake (recipe is at the end) and purposely make sure that we have broccoli for green, squash for yellow, red peppers for red, and so on, and after thinking about this I realize that colors become more important when cooking meats which are usually colorless…

I grew up eating veggies, my father, who is Panamanian and where being vegetarian is now something more or less acceptable, have consistently make sure that there is no meat in his lunch meals.  So eating vegetarian sandwiches, or soups, or just plain salads, was something I was used to early on.  We will go to restaurants and when everybody was ordering sweet and sour chicken, my father was ordering tofu stir fry… it was lunch… no meat allowed.

Then I married my Korean husband, which grew up eating an even wider array of veggies in each and every form from fermented to fried, and for whom eating veggies in every meal was the norm.

Fast forward 20 years together, we have changed our diets  A LOT from the old Atkins to vegetarian, to vegan, to keto, to fasting… you name it… we have tried.  But the constant has always been the veggies and we wanted our kids to feel that eating a bowl of brussels sprouts is as good as eating chicken wings… and for years we have incorporated different veggies in different styles, from fried to baked to teriyaki veggies stir fry or vegetarian curry. 

One Sunday I did breakfast which included scrambled eggs, when I served I realized I forgot the spinach… it looks yummy but all yellow… no greens. I quickly cooked some spinach and put it right on top… we were all happy.  We needed the veggies, we needed the color.

I consciously make sure that 4 out of the 7 meals (dinners) we eat are vegetarian based, the other three meals are meat-based.  We enjoyed it and I feel good to know that the kiddos, genuinely smile when I come back from the supermarket with the biggest brussel sprout bag ever…  We know we will eat good… and green.

Vegetarian Rice Bake

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of cook white rice
  • 1 bell pepper (red, yellow, or orange)
  • 1 cup of green beans cut into 2” 
  • 1 large onion (or 2 medium ones)
  • 2 medium carrots cut into bite sizes
  • 1 can of chickpeas (optional)
  • 2 tbsp of olive oil
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp coriander
  • 1 tsp sumac
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • Salt and pepper
  • Mozzarella cheese (about 1 cup)
  • Feta cheese (about 1 cup)

In a baking dish put the white rice (this can be basmati, jasmine, even quinoa and other grains like farro or barley or a mix of grains). Spread the white rice in the baking dish.

Cook the veggies, first the onions and bell peppers (and chickpeas if using) together with one tablespoon of the oil and add the cumin and coriander, salt and pepper to taste. Cook until soft and then add it on top of the rice. 

Then do the green beans and carrots with the other tablespoon of oil, paprika, sumac, and salt and pepper to taste and cook until soft again and put it on top of the rice too.

Mix all together until the veggies are distributed.  Top with the mozzarella (I used about a cup) and on top of the mozzarella at the feta cheese (about 1 cup).  Cover with foil paper and put it in the oven for about 15 minutes, then take the foil off and bake for another 10 minutes, then put the broil on and broil for 5 minutes (or until the feta cheese is brown/melted) 

Enjoy!

You can use any veggie you like, we have used corn, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cherry tomatoes, zucchini (really good), and yellow squash. 

WHAT DO YOU WHEN YOU FIRST WAKE UP?

My mindfulness journal tasked me today with being mindful in the morning.  This took a bit of thinking from my side… like many of us I wake up when “I need to” which is right before everything starts moving.  I wake up, I go straight to the bathroom get myself semi-ready and start working on the kid’s lunches and breakfast and all while having some fun family talk. Then I finish my makeup and tidy up my bedroom and kitchen and leave right after to go to work with my oldest son who has early cross country practices.

So you see, taking a few minutes to be mindful put me in a pickle… So I tried a different approach to my morning.  I woke up EARLIER and allowed myself to have a me-time without interruption. Of course, for this to happen, I had to go to bed EARLIER too! No caffeine after 4:00 pm and did my best to be in bed earlier than usual.

So I woke up at 4:25 gave myself a pep talk and got out of bed. I worked out for 45 minutes and after I was done, I dedicated time to do my journal.  I did my best to be mindful in the morning while waking up, working out, journaling, and writing…

I liked the way I felt, more in-tune with the morning routine, more in-tune with myself. I did not like the fact that I felt that in order to achieve that I need to move my schedule (go to bed earlier, wake up earlier) instead of having the freedom to take a chunk of time of the day just for me… but I am learning with time that to be responsible of my actions and choices do make a different and I chose to have a house, a husband, two kiddos, and a full time job, so I think that being grateful for those choices is better than feeling grumpy because of needing to wake up earlier…

I have plans of doing this again, at least 3 times a week and for the other days, I plan to move the mindful moment for the night incorporating it in my night routine… we will see how that goes.

We will see with time how the new routine works, and looking forward to more challenges my new mindful journaling adventure may bring.

Chasing after that nighttime routine and why it is so important to catch it

It is well known and scientifically confirmed that having a healthy sleeping pattern is crucial to our overall mind, body, and soul wellness, and that adults should have between 7 to 9 hours of sleep every day. I have to recognize that throughout my life my sleeping patterns have been inconsistent, erratic, and flat out not sufficient.

When I was in high school I was the first one to enlist in an “all night study group” with my friends. We will pick a home (sometimes mine) and we will START studying around 8 or 9 and we will stay up thanks to coffee, lots of coca-cola, and chips throughout the night. We would close books around 3 or 4 in the morning, sleep for two hours, and get ready to go to school, acting like zombies during school hours, but lucky enough, acing every test.

I applied the same concept in College and it worked! I graduated with an Engineering degree pulling all-nightersat the library and bars (no judging I did graduate).

While in high school and college my sleeping ritual and pattern had been sneaking out of the window, once I
became a mother it went running out of the front door never to look back. Between breastfeeding and working full time, being sleep deprived became normal. I remember about five years after becoming a mom that I woke up one day at 8 a.m., and oh my it was a miracle. I had by then two boys, a full-time job, and shared every household responsibility with my husband, including cleaning and cooking. I was a very happy and sleepy mother and wife.

My boys were never the ones to sleep until late, they would wake up at the crack of dawn, with happy faces and empty bellies. I loved every minute of those mornings, and my husband was up for family time too. Now my boys are older, if they wake up before me they know how to start with their breakfasts until I roll out of bed around 7:00 a.m. (yes, the crack of dawn is still their wake up alarm).

In the years to come, my nights have had several rituals and several patterns. From using my nights to sew and quilt, from devoting long nights to reading, to use them to study for my Life Coaching certification, and for a while, I turned off the lights and went to bed at 9:30 sharp (with an alarm set up at 4:00 a.m.).

When I started my journey of self-improvement I came across the importance of a nighttime routine and hours ofsleep. I immediately downloaded an app and started logging in my sleeping hours and to my surprise, I was sleep deprived at an average of 5.5 hours of sleeping time! I have been working hard to try to create an automatic nighttime routine which is easily doable and without too many steps. I have been able to increase my hours of sleep, and I do feel the difference especially on my happiness vs grumpiness when I am tired and sleepy. I learned to put my sleeping time as a priority instead of letting it be the last action of the day and compensating for the lack of sleep with coffee cups at 5:00 pm!

It is a work in progress and I do have several factors working against me in order to maintain a healthy 8 hour sleeping time, but taking into consideration the importance of a good and healthy night sleep I keep my log, I check with myself, I check my moods, my fatigue, and I do take it seriously. Nighttime may be running away from me must of the time… but I am certainly running towards it as well.

Why to look inward to find our balance

Every day we have the opportunity to redefine ourselves, I have been knowing this for a while and I do work daily on positive personal development. Practicing awareness with our surroundings as well as internally allows us to detect parts of our daily thoughts and beliefs that interfere with the goal of just “being a better person”. 

During my interaction with friends and family for the last three months, it has come very clear how differently people are reacting to these challenging times as we try to consolidate the external worldwide chaos with our neurotic, monotonous, boring, and scary household life. 

Some friends and family will clearly state out the commitment to take this mandatory “time-off” to re-evaluate themselves, take the time to look inward, to take upon projects and goals unfinished and get them done. From improving our communication (and patience) with our children to becoming a better baker or to read more books or simply cleaning that forgotten drawer you’ve been avoiding for years… 

I personally found myself on this side of the balance, especially at the beginning (yes nothing remain the same after three months of constant uncertainty and immobilization). As soon as I realized that the kids were not going back to school and as we followed the stay-at-home orders, I sprung into thinking how I can use this time positively. I soon became discouraged as my work from home completely consumed my day due to the lack of “fast and easy technology set-up” I had in my office. That combined with two school-aged children doing all their school work at home and having to feed the family three times a day plus snacks did not help. 

So I slowed down the list of goals for self-improvement, embraced my new days as they came, and put my mind into making my husband happy, my kids smarter, my boss content, and my parents relaxed. I did learned how to sew masks, I did continue with my never-ending life coaching learning, I did become a better baker (thanks to the Great British Bake-Off), I did continue to exercise as I would normally do and improved by nutritional intake, however, there where other items I have yet to complete, and I simply don’t care. 

As the days (and weeks) progressed I saw how my friends and family switch from being positive and getting personal goals set up to straight up complaining about why now we are in this frenzy of improving ourselves… like one friend said: “I have enough not to lose my mind thanks to the extra anxiety I have with kids, and unemployment, and not getting out of the house, and making and remaking budgets, I don’t need the pressure of redefining myself so at the end of this ordeal I come out a better person which of course includes for some weird reason being on a better physical shape too. Idon’t want to be a better person, I just want to survive this in one piece”. I deeply sympathize with this feeling, and I do get it, however, it was hard not to hear the fear speaking out, the solid acceptance that we are in a deep hole, that all is dark, that is hard and difficult, that the way out looks impossibly far away. 

Although I do understand the refusal to take this moment to look inward, when outward is going ballistics, it’s for that same reason that we should take time to analyze ourselves, our feelings, and our thoughts. Perhaps not with the purpose of redefining ourselves, but surely with the goal of finding our center, our own personal stability, our balance, and our hope.

watch out 40 here i come!

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own.

I am turning 40 with a whole new healthy lifestyle and following Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet was the best gift I could have given myself. 

After one month of following the diet, I can honestly say that the results are not only visible, but I can internally feel them too. 

I feel more energized, happier, in control of what I eat, and extremely satisfied every time I realize I have reached another weight loss goal! (the scale never lies). I do believe that when we are happy with ourselves we show it to those around us, and my family has been constantly complimenting my new attitude and self-love. Watch out 40 Here I Come!!! 

What I like about this diet (or what I like to call it: Healthy Lifestyle) is that it is easily accommodating to my day to day life, turning into something that you not only adapt just to lose weight or just to gain energy but, something that you can adapt as a permanent lifestyle. Your everyday life will only be improved when this plan is constantly followed (I know I feel and look like the young active mom I want to be). 

I would like to complete this journey by providing you one quote from the book that better describes why this new adapted healthy lifestyle is the one you need to get on right now… 

❖ “So, despite all the bad press over the years, certain carbohydrates play an important role in balancing your hormones and regulating your metabolic rate, while avoiding the dreaded weight loss plateaus that accompany conventional mainstream diets. Furthermore, when you eat these carbohydrates, you’ll feel much better than you would if you were following a traditional diet.”

The reason why I think this is a very important part of the book is that it shows that by adapting to this lifestyle we are moving around how we eat and when we eat, but there are no severe restrictions to any foods, and for me, that is a major hit with this diet. I am a mom with growing kids, a full-time job, a husband that has health issues,  and I cannot create two or three separate meal plans, I needed to downstream our diet as a family while making sure we are all healthy and fit, and this book did just that. 

As the book says 

❖ “Always Eat After 7 pm is a three-phase program that teaches you how to lose big by strategically eating big when you are naturally hungriest—in the evening. This may sound too good to be true, but let me assure you it is no gimmick. It’s all about making strategic and smart food swaps, and you can still eat your favorite foods.”

I am glad I shared my journey with you. I hope it motivates you to start your own journey towards a healthier lifestyle, not only for you, but also for your family. (for post 1, 2 and 3 see below). 

Post 1: https://themariparklife.com/2020/06/12/the-road-to-a-healthy-lifestyle-when-you-are-turning-40/

Post 2: https://themariparklife.com/2020/06/18/weight-loss-with-the-right-guidance/

Post 3: http://themariparklife.com/2020/06/18/1139/

I have seen the changes in my body and the changes in my mentality towards nutrition, this book has allowed me to become more nutrition smart, allowing me to understand my metabolism (especially now that I am turning 40), my eating habits (old and new), and my confidence in making the right healthy choices for me and my family.

Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion which is now available to purchase and you can learn more about the book and how to purchase here http://bit.ly/2wNaFIx

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own.

The happy road to a better nutrition

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own.

After two weeks of diving into the diet program, I found myself on a clear path to achieving my goals. My goal was to lose weight without losing my sanity and after one week I started seeing the results. I started losing weight, and the main reason was that I was shifting how and when I was eating. I started sticking to the Intermittent Fasting (the Lemon water is still my favorite thing to drink every morning) and soon breaking the fasting with one of Joel Marion lunches ideas, and soon enough I started seeing results.

I am basically following the Morning Ritual that Joel Marion mentions at the beginning of the book which is found below

❖ “One of the simplest 3-Minute Fat-Burning Morning Rituals, lemon water is a glass of water mixed with the juice of one half of a lemon. This drink provides all the benefits of regular drinking water, which supports weight loss, digestive health, physical performance, and cognitive function.”

In a nutshell, the Always Eat After 7 PM plan consists of The 14-day Acceleration Phase to kick-start the program and see rapid results, The Main Phase where you’ll learn exactly which foods to eat when in order to achieve your weight-loss goals, The Lifestyle Phase to keep the weight off for good, and within this concept comes the ability to make it easy to follow, without deprivation or exhaustion, and gaining a ton of energy along the way.

After two weeks in the program I gained so much energy back that I was able to add work-out time 3 times a day and I was really surprised by the amount of energy I have throughout the day. Instead of feeling deflated at the end of the day, I had sufficient energy to clock in 30 minutes of running, cycling, follow-along routines, and more.

And if you are wondering, quoting from the book, how Intermittent Fasting works, here it is… 

❖ “Intermittent fasting really shines when it comes to improving the hormones that directly affect your hunger, blood sugar, and metabolism. One is insulin. Intermittent Fasting combats insulin resistance, meaning that it helps your body use insulin more normally, thereby lowering your diabetes risk and boosting your metabolism.”

Once you start reading all the scientific facts backing up this info you realize and understand the reasons why IF works. What are the things I love the most about the book? Well first is the easy-to-follow plan. The first weeks are basically made for you to follow in order to get the results you want. No guessing, no counting macros, no counting calories, just what your breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner should be. You can follow it or mix and match as you want.

I also liked the recipes!!! My family has already picked two or three favorite dinner meals that we have repeated, and they are delicious! For example, the Stuffed Bell Peppers are delicious and so easy to make. the whole family enjoyed this dish a lot. Last Saturday I made the Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Roast with Roasted Peppers Stuffing, and we had a restaurant-quality meal at home. We finished dinner off with the No-Bake Salted Caramel Bars… all of this and still sticking to the diet… Priceless!!!

The book features full and complete meals packed with flavor and none of the restrictions other diets have. The recipe portion of the book also includes a great variety of smoothies that I and 12 year-old son have tried and loved.

Without a doubt, Joel Marion’s Always Eat After 7PM program makes dieting easy and eliminates 90% of reasons for resistance, allowing you to easily adapt to this healthy new lifestyle.

I invite you to see my previous two posts!

https://themariparklife.com/2020/06/18/weight-loss-with-the-right-guidance/

https://themariparklife.com/2020/06/12/the-road-to-a-healthy-lifestyle-when-you-are-turning-40/

Learn more about the book and how to purchase here  http://bit.ly/32oR90L

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own.

weight loss with the right guidance

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own

Having a hectic life with little room to take the time to do elaborate diet plan meals or extensive work out hours was the main reason to choose Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion as my way to go to accomplish my weight loss goals, specially when my 40th birthday is around the corner. I am a mother and a wife with a full time job as an marine engineer, with a Life Coaching growing business, and although we condition ourselves to be ok being the last one in line… I wanted to put me first and treat myself to a healthier me.

For my first post please see link:

https://themariparklife.com/2020/06/12/the-road-to-a-healthy-lifestyle-when-you-are-turning-40/

The book opened the opportunity to shift how I diet. Instead of watching my family eat dinner while I had a shake or a cup of tea or coffee (as part of a diet), I am now actively participating and eating during dinner time. This alone was for me a big motivation to go ahead and sign up on this program and follow the book. Additionally, I found myself reflecting on my previous beliefs of food, nutrition, calorie intake, and health. I truly enjoyed how all those previous concepts are being replaced by “smarter” ones that are allowing me to reach my weight loss goal while keeping my sanity.

The more I read the book the more I realized the great impact of the knowledge this book was provided to me. From breaking away from the notion that in order to lose weight I needed to starve myself to the new concept of intermittent fasting and eating late at night. This book impacted me health-wise way more than I expected it. It opened my eyes to a new way of looking at nutrition, weight loss, and a healthy lifestyle. Based on surprising science, Always Eat After 7 PM debunks popular diet myths and offers an easy-to-follow diet that accelerates fat-burning and allows you to indulge in your most intense food cravings: Eating the majority of your calories at night. 

In this post, I wanted to provide more info on the author Joel Marion. Bestselling author, Joel Marion, is a fitness expert and nutritionist debunking the myths underlying traditional dieting and offers a simple, highly effective weight loss program. I believe that a great book is the result of a great author and this is no exception. Below is a quick interview with the author that allows us to understand his background, vision, and passion for achieving optimal nutrition.

1. What was the inspiration behind writing this book? 

Joel Marion: After authoring 6 best selling books it was glaringly obvious there were 2 huge misconceptions about dieting that needed to be exposed. The first is that you can’t eat late at night or before bed, which science now shows is NOT true. And second, you can’t eat large portions that satisfy your natural instinct. This book solves both these problems by providing an evidence-based, enjoyable approach to dieting that can be used by any person to quickly achieve their weight loss goals.

 2.  How long did it take for you to develop and perfect this diet?

Joel Marion: It actually took several years of researching for me to discover the real science of eating late at night. After a few years of tweaking and refining, I finally came up with a rapid fat loss solution that overcomes all the pitfalls of traditional diets. 

3. You are the author of six bestselling books, what is different about this book compared to your others?

Joel Marion: Although many of the concepts are similar, the biggest difference is that you don’t have to deprive yourself of your favorite foods. You don’t have to deal with the burden of eating every few hours. And you don’t have to skip the carbs at dinnertime or avoid eating before bed.

The more I get to know about Joel and his approach to this new exciting diet, it is clear to me that experience and acknowledges are clearly backing up Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion which is now available to purchase. It is truly inspiring when you are following a proven diet that is backed up by scientific facts, personal training experience, and in-depth research. 

I invite you learn more about the book and how to purchase here http://bit.ly/2TefhPs where additional information on this new revolutionary dieting concept can be found.

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own