I’ve had chronic pains all my life, including digestive issues since birth. Naturally, I’ve been driven to figure out why and make changes in my life, and diet has been a big part of that 🥝
I used to have asthma, but that went after implementing some changes from a Chinese Medicine Food Therapy perspective 🎉 I also managed to improve symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) 🎊
Btw, between you and I, IBS seems to be a diagnosis for “we don’t know what the f**k is going on, but there’s definitely something going on” 😂
Since then, I settled for something that worked-ish, especially with work and travelling. But still, IBS issues weren’t going away and I’d have a range of other symptoms that can be related to diet, such as:
🔸 Low energy
🔸 Brain fog
🔸 Abdominal pain
🔸 Inflammation in my entire body
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I was a picky eater when I was a child. It’s safe to say I have been a sugar monster since childhood, growing up on the Norwegian equivalent to Nutella.
And, until doing this course I’m about to tell you about, I couldn’t quite imagine life without bread.
I mean real bread, by the way.. Sorry Brits, the white stuff most of you call bread just isn’t.. There’s even a different word for it in Norwegian 😛
In my attempts to change my diet further, to address all the above symptoms, I’ve relapsed and relapsed and relapsed.
Compared to the usual diet in the West, I’ve had a really great diet. It’s just that the typical Western diet is actually not good for anybody 😱 Yupp, I just said that! It’s not difficult to back up, but it’s not the focus here, but please do ask about it if you’re interested 👍
So, the relapses.
You’re probably familiar with these characters:
😇 The Food Angel
😈 The Food Devil
And between the two of them arguing, I found myself having to assert a lot of willpower. But you know, life happens and willpower is just not sustainable.
Instead, I’ve been seeking true food freedom and some support to change some of my habits properly, to have a diet that I can actually sustain and make work in every day life
And that’s where WildFit came in 🌟
And the benefits after 8 weeks of the WildFit Challenge are massive!
☀️ More energy
☀️ Improved sleep
☀️ Feeling stronger and got more endurance
☀️ No more digestive pain
☀️ No more brain fog
☀️ Can breathe more freely
☀️ Negligible inflammation in my body
☀️ Negligible bloating
☀️ Food tastes better
☀️ Greater enjoyment of eating
In short, here’s how I’d describe what WildFit is:
🔹 A lifestyle that gives food freedom
🔹 Solid nutritional advice
🔹 Behavioural psychology / change
🔹 Awareness (of self, food, the food industry and marketing)
Although I previously posted about ketosis, WildFit isn’t the keto diet. It’s very much about going back to the roots of what we’ve evolved to eat (and drink), and that involves seasonal eating; not living in ketosis all the time.
I won’t share much about it here, because the WildFit Challenge has been really effective because of the way it’s structured. You learn a lot in bit sized manner, and make changes incrementally. And a part of it is an element of surprise and anticipation, which I really loved 😁
So, instead, if you’re curious, check out this free masterclass:
Any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!