Hey there!

I’m a 29 year old father who loves netflix, avocado, lifting weights and carbs. I also love to cook and eat healthy food. I’m learning how to take care of myself through nutrition, exercise and mental health awareness.

This is my first time blogging but hopefully not my last! Here are a few things about me:

I really love avocados, yoga and carbs.

Avocados are a great source of healthy fats, fiber and potassium. They also provide vitamins A, C and E as well as B vitamins.

Avocados are an excellent choice for people who want to add more heart-healthy fats to their diet while also adding plenty of other nutrients in the form of vitamins A, C and E (the “good stuff”). Avocados contain monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) which have been shown to reduce LDL cholesterol levels by up to 20%. MUFAs also help lower blood pressure by lowering bad cholesterol levels in your bloodstream.

I don’t think you can have a healthy mind or body without taking care of the other.

You can’t be a physically healthy person if you don’t have a healthy mind. And you can’t be mentally healthy if your body isn’t in good shape.

So, what does that mean? It means that we must take care of both our bodies and minds to live as long as possible without suffering from debilitating conditions or physical pain. We must also make sure we are eating foods that will keep us strong and energized so that we can perform everyday activities with ease!

If we want to live long lives (and who doesn’t?), then it’s important for us all to commit ourselves wholeheartedly toward making changes in our lives right now—and not just when it comes time for health insurance renewal season every year!

I’m learning how to take care of myself through nutrition, exercise and mental health awareness.

I’m learning how to take care of myself through nutrition, exercise and mental health awareness.

Nutrition is the foundation for good health. If you’re not eating the right foods, your body will struggle to perform at its best.

Exercise can help you maintain or build muscle mass, which in turn helps you burn extra calories during activity and therefore burn more fat!

Mental health is important too – whether it be stress or depression (or both), these things can affect your moods so it’s worth seeking professional help if needed!

This is my first time blogging.

This is my first time blogging. I hope to achieve a lot from this blog, and I’m excited to share my experiences with you all.

For me, blogging is an opportunity for me to share my knowledge and experiences with others in hopes that it can help them too. The best way for me to measure success is by how many people come back each day or week (the amount of visitors).

To keep this blog going strong, I’ll need motivation from those who read it – so please don’t stop reading!

Low carb, Keto and health and fitness are my jam.

Keto, low carb and health and fitness are my jam.

I’m not just a nutritionist with a blog; I’m also an athlete who has been training for over 10 years. I love competing in CrossFit workouts and powerlifting competitions, but I also enjoy working out on my own for some cardio or yoga sessions!

Keto is the diet that has become popular over the last few years as an alternative to traditional diets like paleo or Atkins—it limits carbs while eating plenty of protein from meats, nuts and dairy products (but not too much fat). The idea behind it is that your body will use fat instead of carbs as its main source of fuel when you’re consuming fewer than 20 grams per day. The reduced carb intake helps reduce insulin resistance so you’ll feel fuller faster than with other types of diets like high-fat ketogenic ones which require more protein consumption because they’re higher in fats than carbohydrates.”

Mental health is important too, friend!

Mental health is important for your overall health and wellbeing. It’s also important to take care of your mind and body, so you can be happy, healthy and well-rested.

Mental health has been linked to physical health in several ways:

Mental disorders can cause physical symptoms such as headaches or stomachaches (and vice versa). For example, anxiety disorder is associated with fatigue and depression may lead to weight gain or loss.

Mental disorders can increase the risk of developing other medical conditions—such as heart disease or diabetes—by causing stress that triggers biological responses that make these diseases more likely to occur.


I hope you enjoyed reading about me and my journey to becoming healthier. I know that change is hard for some people, but it’s worth it in the end. I’m excited to continue sharing my journey with anyone who will listen!

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