Here's a recap of the second full week of Keto. November 2nd to the 8th. 1 Nov- 210lbs | 31.5% fat8 Nov -209lbs | 31.2% fat About half a kilo or 1lb lost and actually a slight decrease of of .3% body fat. The progress was slower this week was slower than expected due to... Continue Reading →
Hello fellow Keto fans. Today I want to talk about the top 10 keto friendly low-carb foods, and no carb foods that should be in everyone's ketogenic diet. Those on a low carb diet often target something under a hundred grams or even under 50 grams of net carbs per day. But for a ketogenic... Continue Reading →
There are just 4 simple steps to calculate your Keto macros. The first thing you need to do is identify your fitness goal whether this is weight loss, maintenance or gain. As this will determine the number of calories you need to consume each day. To put it very simply when you consume less calories then you burn (calorie deficit) you lose weight, and when do do the opposite (calorie surplus) you gain weight. Of course it also matters what kind of calories you are consuming which is what is covered in the next step.
Here's a recap of the very first full week of Keto. October 26th to November 1st 2020. I know the first post regarding starting Keto was just posted yesterday but I got motivated to log everything recently so doing these posts back to back. I'm using MyFitnessPal to track my daily meals and nutrition and... Continue Reading →
I'm committing myself to 150 days or 21 weeks starting today to get to my ideal weight. I'll need to lose ~50 pounds so I'll track, measure document everything along the way.
Krabi has an enviable position as a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard with one of the country's oldest histories. Tourism is quite lively here, even in the off season (the rainy reason), which is just about to end now, thankfully. There are several beaches in town including Ao Nang, Ao Phra Nang and even... Continue Reading →
When I was still in Montreal, we use to have an annual restaurant week that allowed great restaurants to show off their latest creations to new customers and allowed diners to experience new restaurants that they've been meaning to check off their lists, or often never even heard of before. I was thoroughly enthused when... Continue Reading →
When in Shanghai, one must check out the Waibaidu Bridge ( 外白渡桥) at the foot of the Suzhou Creek. This bridge, also referred to as the Garden Bridge in Shanghai, is not only the first all-steel bridge in China but also the oldest surviving bridge of its kind. With its location adjacent to the bund, it's only... Continue Reading →
So a few weeks ago I jumped straight into my first blog posts on this site completely forgetting to introduce myself to my internet readers. How rude of me, so let's fix that now. I'm Kash, a Canadian expat currently based out of Shanghai working in digital marketing for one of the most innovative imaging... Continue Reading →
There is no better way to ring in the New Year than to be in the company of dear friends. A catered, free-flow champagne countdown party and a stay at 5-star hotel doesn’t hurt either though. S o with no desire to weather the cold temperatures outdoors, the mobs of people rushing about and the... Continue Reading →