How do you work specialist dietary routines, such as diabetes and intermittent fasting into your programme?

Alban I.
I have been diagnosed with diabetes recently…so it's quite a challenge for me to try and remember things I've been prohibited from eating but I guess I am getting used to it.I try to stick to the obvious no sugar rule.I try to plan my meal most of the times…try and include more protein and Fibre.I haven't started intermittent fasting…and I don't plan on starting on it cause I discovered a while back that when I did this I was totally doing it in a dangerous way…even when the time was done for the fast I use to continue that and I was scared…so right now im focusing on eating healthy and having good sugar levels.

Faiza O.
When I follow these type of routines, it makes me feel proud. So I try to follow them all the time so, I would recommend timecoding The foods. Oh and if you are a fabulous app user then you probably know that there's a task named intermittent fasting. Which you add too. So, you can do that and plan what you're gonna eat when you'll gonna eat and follow it for a day or 3 and you'll be proud of yourself.

Patricia J.
You can make whatever dietary restrictions fit into this program. If you’re intermittent fasting you could just mark it as if you’ve eaten breakfast, because that’s what fits you! I am not sure how having diabetes affects this program, but if it’s because you have to eat something else, then just do that.

Randy Z.
Diabetes: avoid food with high sugar levels, maintain a healthy and balanced diet and measure glycolic levels at the appropriate times of the day.
Intermediate fasting: record the time pf the last meal and set an alarm for when the fasting time is over. Make sure to eat nutrionally well balanced foods during eating hours. Stay hydrated.

Keke N.
For me, I try to incorporate my morning breakfast, snack, shake for lunch and a light dinner and still watch my calorie and sugar intake and then fast . It’s really easy if you get the hang of the routine of eating at certain times. Drink water though.

Crysta N.
I have friends with dietary restrictions and I look up on Pinterest the best recipes for all of us to enjoy that are healthy! Vegetarians and lactose tolerant people will never go unserved in my house ❤️

Shuga N.
Creating a morning routine that includes setting a timeline for the day allows me to plan to eat and look forward to the times to eat. Otherwise I might mistake thirst cues as hunger cues and eat more than/ earlier than I need to. It helps basically skipping breakfast and only eating through 12-8, as most of the time not eating I'm asleep.

Noremae R.
I haven’t really have a routine in controlling diabetes as I don’t have this disease. But I have tried a healthy calorie counting before to lose visceral fats and for tone muscle. I have been practicing intermittent fasting because but not regularly. It’s my goal to try 7- day fasting to rejuvenate and heal my body.

Gunnar R.
I like to do intermittent fasting at least a few times a week to give my digestive system the break and recovery it needs. I also like the good clean focus I get in the morning if I don't have anything for breakfast.

My way to address this is to have Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday be fasting days for breakfast. The other days I will either make a plate of eggs for myself or have a smoothie.

Isabella O.
I concentrate and be calm, imagine reaching the goal is what can motivate you and make you stronger. Think in all the process, who are around you.