Intermittent Fasting

Created: 8-30-17

Updated: 8-30-17

So I was doing 16:8 IF a month ago and now I’m doing 18:6 IF and so far I like this way of eating and can feel my body tansforming and it’s in a good way. I love my energy levels during my fasting, and I really love my progress with leaning out and gaining muscle mass. Plus I’m not starving myself or doing anything unhealthy.  My testosterone levels are much higher, my nitric oxide levels are insane, my cortisol levels are very low, and I have a very high insulin resistance now.

I think I may try a 20:4 IF and see how it goes. But consuming 1700 calories in 4 hours is intense… 😛

So date this is my calorie intake for a week:

M: 1720

T: 1720

W: 2600

Th: 2000

F: 1720

Sa: 1720

Su: 1975

this schedule flips so my body never get used to the routine.

Been taking a few nootropics  and supplements lately for studying and health:

  1. Lion’s Mane
  2. Vinpocetine
  3. Acetyl-L-Carnitine
  4. Alpha GPC
  5. Dopa Mucuna
  6. BCAA 4:1:1 unflavored
  7. Potassium Gluconate powder
  8. Noopept
  9. Pramiracetam
  10. CLA 1000
  11. Vitamin D 5000 ui
  12. ZMA
  13. D-Aspartic Acid
  14. One-a-day Men Multi
  15. Evlution Trans4orm
  16. BioPerine
  17. Glucosamine Chondrotin MSM

For those wondering WTF are nootropics, they are brain super supplements, here is a link. Using the most potent ones and boy do they work, memory-retention, learning, focus, clarity; all enhanced. I have such intense thoughts I love it!

Added into the mix is the 96oz of Alkaline Water being drank daily. 🙂

So here is me July 1st:

This was my “yay right intermittent fasting won’t work face”… O.o

here is me August 30th:


This is my omg IF may actual work face 😀


All I’ve done for the most part is intermittent fasting, only in the past week have I started doing pullups and pushups again. also been using the Flex-Belt daily, love that belt:


I’m looking forward to my progress shots the end of next month. I wanted to just do this for a month, but I love this life now, plus it’s cheaper. I think the possibily of being fit is totally possible, working out seems to be a lie on being lean. It’s so true being fit to 80% diet, 20% exercise. So many people just exercise but don’t change their diets and wonder why they don’t see results.

With intermittent fasting you don’t change what you eat really, you change when you eat. 🙂