Any rehab plan must include a diet and weight loss goal. A good diet gives energy and positive sensations. Weight loss also makes your body consume less energy for any action. That’s why, whatever the rehab goal is you must have a) a diet plan and b) if required, a weight loss plan.
I would suggest consulting with nutritionists that are also doctors. Like Dr. Ben from Doctor Fit Health. You can check his website here : Intermittent Fasting with Dr. Ben.
“Appetite comes with eating,” says my general practitioner, a fan of hiking, and I decided at the beginning of 2018 to take a new step.
I wanted to optimize my physical capacities for different reasons, never to be short of breath, to feel more and more flexible and agile, and to no longer have any joint problems or back pain.
In short, to simply feel good in my own skin and make my body strong, flexible, toned and slim.
My name is Lisa, and I work as a marketing manager at a multinational company in Brussels.
After discovering the Keto diet, I’m not in my ideal weight but I’m not overweight. I no longer lose my breath when climbing the stairs, I can run a semi-marathon in less than 1:30 and 10km in less than 55 minutes. No exceptional performances, but overall I feel more in shape at 35 than ever before.
From How To Easily Start A Keto Diet With Lisa’s 30-Day Challenge. You can find this type of good info on the website.
I started to get interested in low carb and Keto diets last Christmas.
Then I carried out different sporting and nutritional experiments based on running, water fasting for 1 to 3 days, a little freestyle low-carb diet, Atkins diet and other forms of Keto diet or LCHF (low carb high fat, poor in sugars and rich in fats) and more radical variants like the Keto Warrior diet.
I now find my balance by combining different phases, generally always in the same cycle: registration for a race or trail or other physical challenges, water fasting for 1 to 3 days, Keto for 1 to 3 weeks, then gradual reintroduction of fruits and complex carbohydrates for 1 to 2 weeks until the cycle starts again.
Race with carbohydrate loads. A day or 2 of recovery and unrestricted meals, then a new registration, fasting, Keto diet, etc.
Once again, it’s not a matter of advice: it’s only my eating habits combined with my sporting activity.
I am satisfied with it, it suits me, I feel fitter than I have ever been, my blood tests are perfect, I threw away my scale. But it only concerns my case, which is not transferable.