I do believe in eating well: lots of dark, leafy greens (kale is my favorite! I found this winter especially challenging to maintain my good habits and healthy lifestyle.); small amounts of red meat; as little of the “white stuff” (sugar, white potatoes, white rice) as possible; nuts (especially calcium-rich almonds); legumes; and huge amounts of water and green tea (with some coffee in the morning and a little heart-healthy red wine in the evening thrown in for good measure! The cold, wet weather seemed to drag on and on, causing me to curtail my usual 3 – 4 times a week running schedule.
But, really, eating 500 calories (either all at once, or scattered throughout the day, your call) isn’t tortuous.
And, as often happens, I found myself completely back on track with my regular eating and fitness program, which includes running, push-ups, the Plank, and other strength training exercises, because …what’s the point of starving yourself for two days a week only to eat junk (and too much of it) on the other days?
I’ve been known as a guy that just did a lot of things.
Adding: 'I [already] went through a lot of the phases I think people go through in their midlife crisis.
When I was a teenager I got over certain addictions, and that's when I started acting, at age 17.