Change in life does not come without change in choice. Big changes in life may cause a lot of stress and we tend to avoid that making compromises. This is not inherently wrong, stress is never good for you, but neither is avoiding change. Losing weight and improving your overall well-being is a perfect example of compromises with change. You have a very clear goal, but either make too many/wrong compromises or commit entirely and burn-out from stress. Here are some simple incremental compromises to increase your life quality and get healthier: 1. Avoid stress, everything malfunctions while we are stressed out. 2. Start intermittent fasting. Ease out to it, start with coffee with a teaspoon of butter/coconut/mct oil in the morning to stay satiated and skip lunch. That alone would be huge for your body and mental clarity. 3. Eat less processed foods. Choose high quality ingredients and make real food at home or eat out at places that do. 4. Exercise. Even 30mins a day, three times a week makes a huge difference, especially when done while fasting. 5. Break free of sugar/fructose addiction. This one is huge both in effort required and health/mental benefits once you do skip sweet foods.

Nerija SkvernelytėHead Of Marketing @Qoorio
Aurimas Šeputis great tips! Could you recommend some great places to eat in Vilnius, that prepare great quality food at reasonable pricing?
3 months ago
Aurimas ŠeputisSoftware Engineer @Qoorio
Nerija Skvernelytė can't really say. Preparing my own food most of the time with rare occasions of eating out for some steak/salad/fish.
3 months ago

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