Ready, Set, Goal GET for Intermittent Fasting
This is the best place to start. It all starts with WHY, and a strong reason for setting goals for your Intermittent Fasting journey will help keep you on track.
Have you ever set a goal, or maybe a new year's resolution and then failed at it?
We ALL have, and it can set us up to feel like a failure. Like giving up. What's the use, anyway?
One of the best things about Intermittent Fasting is you can't get it wrong. You can't screw it up. You really can't fail as long as you pick yourself back up and get on the horse!
Each day you are simply figuring out what works best for you! Intermittent fasting is not a one size fits all.
What works for me, or your sister, best friend and others might not work for you. And, chances are there will be a method of intermittent fasting that work just right for you.
Today, let's cover a simple answer to:
How to Set and Get Your Intermittent Fasting Goals
What do you want to accomplish as you add intermittent fasting into your lifestyle?
Weight loss? Fat loss; get back in those skinny jeans?
Fat Adapt your body?
There is no right or wrong - it’s personal to you. Chances are, you’ll accomplish all of these, over time through the process of Intermittent Fasting.
As I have shared, most of my symptoms are completely gone now, and when something does crop up - sore or stiff joints, restless sleep, I can often immediately know why - based on something in my intermittent fasting food and eating protocol. This allows me to quickly get back on track.
Trying and perfecting your intermittent fasting regimen may take some time, so allow at least 30 days to pass before you make a decision is what's going to help keep you on track.