I advocate the three daily meals basis. For me, the typical interval between these three would be 4-6 hours. Meals consumed a short period of time prior to sleep are believed to be poorly digested so I attempt to avoid this by incorporating supper into the early evening. I try to increase the intake of carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals, fibre, iron and calcium while avoiding the more malignant elements such as fat, cholesterol and salt.
In 2002 I compiled myself a somewhat repetitive diet which comprised:
Since then many changed have been made and my diet is no longer as repetitive as it used to be. As it stands, fish are my most favourable dietary choice. Nutritional values of fish are summarised very well here. I quite seldom choose to eat red meat due to the abundance of saturated fat and cholesterol in them (worst of all are the cheaper choices such as burgers, kebabs and sausages). Fruit and vegetables remain a major part of my diet and I tend to favour apples, pears, oranges, carrots and lettuce.
By health, I generally refer to the aspects that are not concerned with diet and exercise. Needless to say, I cannot bear smoking and any smoker reading this has certainly followed the wrong link. At my young age, I am still very undereducated with respect to physical disadvantage that incurs as people age. I have recently, however, come across the following useful sources:
My current lifestyle appears to result in good health in all aspects. At the age of 22, my teeth are still in mint condition, I have a sharp eyesight, I have not been seriuosly ill for 7 years and my blood test results are immaculate. My most recent typical diet is also available.
This is one of the things that I am most reluctant to do (probably as I have done it consistently for nearly 7 years). I am working out on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and possibly Wednesdays. My workout plan has a 6 day span that is as follows:
This one section is intended to outline some tips and suggestion that I frequently happen to point out to my friends. The following is by far more relevant to males.
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