Lifestyle and diet not only improve your body’s function, they contribute to emotional and spiritual health. You spend your whole life with your Self (awareness); your Self is a reflection of how you feel, physically, and emotionally. Lifestyle and diet cultivate a positive baseline for your experience of You.
Executing this plan is both the easiest and the hardest thing to do. In theory, the strategy is as straightforward as “eat and drink more of these, less of those, none of this, and do it at these times of the day.”
In practice, optimization requires dedication, self-love, self-discipline, curiosity, and some reason to make the need to improve your health feel as real as a stubbed toe.
You need to understand that this isn’t a diet in the pop-culture sense of the word. This isn’t general advice that might help anyone. This is what you specifically need to know about how your body reacts to what you eat.
DNA is a biological data storage system and it’s dense. You might try intermittent fasting, replacing junk snacks with fresh fruit, shopping and cooking differently, but life is complex, so there are many variables about you, and food, that your intake optimization plan needs to account for.