Improve your insulin sensitivity by adding ceylon cinnamon to your diet.
Caffeine is one of the well-researched stimulants that can help you burn more fat and enhance your cognitive performance.
Incorporate 'play' in your weekly workout such as basketball, soccer, ultimate frisbee, football etc.
Turmeric (the orange spice you see), curcumin (the active compound) has been shown to decrease inflammation in the body. BONUS TIP: Add black pepper to enhance curcumin absorption.
Visit an infrared sauna at least once a week to detox and improve health.
Oysters are one of the most nutrient dense food sources with their great content of zinc, copper, iron, selenium, DHA and many more.
When possible, shop at your local farmers market to get the freshest produce.
Drinking green tea will provide your body with antioxidants and may help you burn more fat.
Eat a variety of vegetables to get a wide range of micronutrients.
Yoga is a great low-impact exercise that can help with mobility, flexibility and stretching. It's great to do it in the morning or on a non-lifting day.
Doing 20-30 minutes of walking in fasted state (preferably in the morning) can help with fat loss.
Dark berries are probably the best fruits you can eat due to their high fiber and high antioxidant content.
Eating 3 eggs per day can improve your lipid profile.
Salmon roe (eggs) has the omega-3 fatty acids in phospholipid form which can increase its uptake in the brain. This can have magnificent neuroprotective effects.
Strength training will improve your body's ability to partition the nutrition towards muscle tissue which may improve your body composition.
Meditate daily to reduce cortisol levels.
Use ginger powder or ginger root to improve digestion.
Cold exposure (cold showers) can have amazing benefits from nervous system recovery to accelerated fat loss.
Use blackout curtains or simply put aluminum foil on your bedroom windows (or doors) to block any light coming in at night to improve sleep quality.
While visiting another city or traveling, try to walk to the places you want to go in order to balance out some of the extra calories you may eat/drink.
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