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Monday, September 16, 2013

Continue my interpretation of the book, TurboCharged.

8 hour eating window = Less opportunity to eat = Fewer calories consumed.
Just like business opens longer hours to generate more revenues. Likewise, the longer you open for the business of eating, the more chance of consuming more calories. My window is 11 AM - 7 PM.

No concentrated carbohydrates (the grains) = Save time = Less time buying and preparing the grains. They require the most work. Take pizza from scratch for example.

No concentrated carbohydrates = Fewer calories consumed = No concentrated exercise as in strenuous exercise needed.

Concentrated carbohydrates and concentrated exercises go hand in hand. They are both obstacles to fat loss. You exercise hard, you'll end up eating more. Not an effective way to fat loss.

The bottom line:

1) Huge time and money saving on elimination of concentrated carbohydrates.
2) Huge time and money saving on elimination of concentrated exercises. No gym membership, no expensive exercise equipments. No spending mindless hours exercising to burn up bulk calories that come from concentrated carbohydrates anyway.
3) Total calories consumption is down because now you only eat high nutrient foods and get the same amount of nutrition.
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  • LIS193
    Great plan - it's pretty much how my eating goes..
    1740 days ago
    That's how I'm learning to live my life. Meal prep is sure easier without worrying about all that starch.
    1740 days ago
    I haven't started yet. I am rereading the book and trying to get my plan together. How did it go for you this week? Were you satisfied or did you feel hungry? I'd love to hear more about your experience!
    1740 days ago
    I love it! It's how I now live my life.
    Have a great evening.
    1741 days ago
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