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A Young Beginner Needs Help & Feedback
mgoktas20 posted a topic in CR Practice( I just started a few days ago and i feel the energy explosion to do sth and sorry about my english) Hello, I'm Muhammet and I'm new here and have been interested in the CRON diet for several months. I am 19 years old, 173 cm and 53.5 kg. I am naturally weak. I usually eat healthy, but it's impossible to gain weight. Maybe as I grow up like Matthew and my grandfather, I gain. I do because i want to have a good appearance, mental and physical health as long as possible. And I don't think it helps us live longer than others. (But CR practitioners sleep 1-2 hours less, which means it can personally help) because of its low metabolic rate. Maybe 5-10%. But it's definitely the cheapest and - perhaps - the most powerful way to help us fight aging. I drink olive oil as it is more effective on SIRT-1 than resveratrol . And it looks really healthy. [2.]. The taste of olive oil is also very good for me. And I live on a place which has a coast to Mediterranean. I do not consume animal products other than fish and honey. I eat 2 meals a day, but I do OMAD 2 days a week. IF 16-18. So my questions are; 1- Am I on the right track? What does my daily menu look like? And this is actually not the last menu. I'm still trying to find it. And I'm trying to consume seasonal fruits. 2- When is zinc picolinate taken? What time of your day I bought but I don't know how to use it. 3- I exposure myself to the sun for at least 1 hour. So do I still need to take any vitamin D supplements? And which supplements you recommend taking depends on my diary. Maybe this exposure ages my skin a little. But I think this is natural. And healthier. ..?  https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-10-fat-hair-younger-skinstudy-benefits.html  https://neurosciencenews.com/reseveratrol-longevity-15766/  https://theconversation.com/drink-a-glass-of-olive-oil-every-day-the-mediterranean-way-to-a-long-life-48837  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16015276/