CGeo

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  1. Yeah Matcha is high in antioxidants. Hibiscus Tea is another beverage that is very high in antioxidants. Hibiscus tea is also caffeine free, unlike matcha . There are also a lot of herbs and spices that are high in antioxidants such as Amla.
  2. Don't rely on motivation. Motivation comes and goes. It never lasts. Just take one right action such as getting yourself out the front door and walking to the gym. The motivation kicks in once you get to the gym. Or just get to the gym and say I'm going to just do the warm up. You'll then feel motivated to do the whole thing since you're already there. Discipline, leads to motivation, leads to flow state, leads to results Hope that makes sense
  3. Wow, great. Very informative. Thanks for sharing
  4. @ryuzaki I've been trying that technique the past couple of days and it's helped a ton. Catching myself more often whenever I notice I'm not present. Thanks for sharing
  5. I use this glass bottle: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00D99IMXG?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd_title Also, I have a water lever filter that attaches to the sink
  6. Looks good. Thanks Apparently one nights sleep deprivation can give you as much insulin resistance as six months on a junk food diet. At 10:48 in this video he mentions this:
  7. Do you still do the 20 daily concentration practice? If so, do you still use a metronome app as the object for your concentration practice?
  8. @Richard Alpert Thanks, I'll watch that youtube vid and give it a try :-)
  9. @vibrate Thanks for that. That breathing technique looks good
  10. @Pernani Thanks. I'll have a look at Elliot Hulse's videos on bioenergetics 👍🏻
  11. @starsofclay Thanks. I'll give that exercise a go 👍
  12. @okulele Thanks for the book recommendation. Sounds good
  13. @pluto Cool. Very informative. Thanks for that :-)
  14. @Igor82 @pluto When it comes to dried fruits (such as dates and goji berries) does it matter whether or not they're organic?