Elsa Pataky reveals that her and Chris Hemsworth fast 16 hours every day

Nov 20, 2019 19:36


Además la actriz ha compartido 'tips' de nutrición y entrenamiento que hace junto con su marido.https://t.co/Ta207dzG1n
- Women's Health Spain (@WomensHealthESP) November 20, 2019

Elsa Pataky is promoting her new fitness book, Strong. The actress made an appearance on the Spanish show El Hormiguero and discussed some of her fitness tips ( Read more... )

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4walls November 21 2019, 02:21:31 UTC
sandstorm November 21 2019, 02:24:30 UTC
yeah like...if you're sleeping, it's easy.

Also I hope they fast before they work out for 30 minutes each day.

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bellwetherr November 21 2019, 18:54:28 UTC
one of the facets of IF is cardio while fasting

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ledgers November 21 2019, 02:29:43 UTC
Yeah I think it's cool it works for some people but it's just not for me. I'm more of a macros person (though I guess one can be both but combining the two is just too.. intense for me)

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turtleisland November 21 2019, 02:23:56 UTC
I mean...if you're sleeping for part of that, it just seems like skipping breakfast.

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flyfingers7 November 21 2019, 02:25:26 UTC
Pretty much. Phrasing it as fasting 16 hours a day makes it sound much more spectacular than it actually is

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xtinkerbellax November 21 2019, 02:30:44 UTC
lol basically.

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u_know November 21 2019, 05:04:25 UTC
lmao pretty much

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TW: Disordered Eating analievelyn November 21 2019, 02:24:51 UTC
I really want to get healthy and start eating better/less (I eat a lot and enjoy unhealthy foods- like regularly eating two bowls of frosted flakes for breakfast, etc.)

But I am afraid of getting disordered with my eating. I wanted to install my fiytness pal, but I feel like it's be a slippery slope for me..

Do y'all have any tips to move towards eating in moderation?

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Re: TW: Disordered Eating flyfingers7 November 21 2019, 02:28:32 UTC
The thought I always have to really hold on to is: You can buy more/it will be there later.

Another thing is to cut off contact with easy access to large amounts of unhealthy foods. Instead of buying a family sized box of cereal, but a single serving in the to-go bowls one at a time.

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Re: TW: Disordered Eating sandstorm November 21 2019, 02:28:44 UTC
> Don't consider any food 'bad'.
> wrk on incorporating fruits and vegtables instead of (just) taking things away.

ok I'm just going to c&p this tumblr post.

random self-care/health tip i once got that basically blew my mind and i think might be helpful to other people too: when trying to “eat healthy” (w/e that means for you), instead of focusing on trying to take things away, focus on adding things. so instead of being like “ok i’m not gonna eat chips anymore”, be like “every day i’m going to make sure to eat one piece of fruit”. it’s a way of approaching healthy eating from self-love instead of self-hate (like, i love myself yay i deserve one piece of healthy fruit, vs i hate myself i want chips but i can.not.eat.them.they.are.bad.). also by adding healthy things to ur day maybe u’ll be less hungry for unhealthy things, so it can have that effect too.

I write down what I eat each day; not exact amounts. Sometimes i'll truly look at it and go 'eesh let's get back on track tomorrow', but I don't feel bad about it bc it's one day.

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Re: TW: Disordered Eating gratuity November 21 2019, 02:33:03 UTC
this is very good advice, thank you for posting it.

not categorizing foods as “good” or “bad” is very important imo, it’s a slippery slope

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ellyrianna November 21 2019, 02:24:57 UTC
I started doing IF a couple weeks ago. I've been doing the 18:6 version mostly. So far it's going pretty well. I have really bad impulse control and it's helping me to rein in my snacking habit.

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umhowabout_no November 21 2019, 05:49:55 UTC
It’s been about a year since I fell off the wagon but I found it helped me in in that way too, my night snacking tendencies were insane, so this helped me reign it in

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problematic November 21 2019, 02:26:39 UTC
18/6 isn't that crazy. I'm more of a 16/8. I'm sleeping for 8 of it. So it's really just keeping me from eating at night (a bad habit I always had).

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