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irrelevant health hypothesis
which may turn out to be correct...
These are some irrelevant health hypothesis that relates to my life.
Eat when you are hungry…
I usually consume almost no breakfast (like a cup of hot coffee in the morning), no lunch (because I will feel sleepy after any lunch) and a heavy dinner (because I enjoy eating food with my family and it helps me to sleep).
Nowadays, the most common question is: Are you on intermittent fasting?
The answer non-intentional. I just eat when I am hungry. I do not feel hunger on most morning and I can sort of get past my hunger in the afternoon with relatively no issue.
The next most common question I get is: Don’t you get gastric pain?
I believe that gastric juice are produced on demand and that gastric issues are a modern human creation (which I sincerely believe in).
Supplement it when your body is telling you so…
I believe that there is a need to listen to your body. I only eat red meat when I crave for it (because I believe my body needs it?).
So when my joints are hurting, I may supplement it with ginger, collagen to provide the ingredients for the body to soothe the pain and aid in healing.
So instead of eating mindlessly, eat what your brain and your body is telling you and let the body do its work with the right ingredients.
If there is any takeaway here, then learn to feel for your bodily needs and respond to it.
I do not know if it will help you or harm you but it will definitely make your dinner more enjoyable as you would be really hungry.