melon for days in Istanbul.
You mentioned in a video on YouTube that you drink 1L of water before eating. Can you tell me more about your water routine?
I TRY to follow:
- wake up: .5- 1 litre of lemon water
- 1 litre water
- eat lunch
- 1 litre water
- eat dinner
- some water before bed.
- go to the bathroom during the night haha
but since i’ve been travelling long term that has been hard to stick to. Try not to drink water while you eat, thats the key.
Hi!!! Just recently I have been very interested in WWOOFing. I'm a sophomore in college and I have become pretty unenthused with the way my life is going. I've always wanted to travel and explore!! The only thing keeping me from dropping everything and moving is the fact that I have like $15,000 dollars in student loans. Is it possible to work while wwoofing, or is there no time? I'm also planning on staying in the US until my loans are payed. THANKS!!
Its not possible to work while wwoofing. If you need a break from working towards paying off the debt you could wwoof for a little while and then go back to working? wwoofing is like a full time job- you become part of farm life!
carrots and a tie between cherries, cherimoya, bananas, grapefruit, mangos… thats a hard question.
Snacking on local grapes the boat from butterfly valley to Fethiye, Turkey.
Fig and grape salad tonight all local from Fethiye turkey. Crazy I’ve been gone for four months so far!
has anyone backpacked through thailand/ south east asia? id love recommendations. I’m also looking for volunteer opportunities such as WWOOF/ workaway / animal sanctuaries/ raw food. Let me know if you’ve been/ doing anything that you recommend? Edit: we’ve been travelling for 4 months now in Europe wwoofing and want to continue our trip through Asia.
Hiking part of the Lycian way today about 7 hours. Took a break here for some apples. Overwhelmed with the amount of beauty here in turkey.
Market shop today in Fethiye, Turkey. A good example of what I eat in a few days. It’s so great to have a kitchen when travelling long term- saves heaps of money and it’s nice to eat familiar HEALTHY food sometimes. Not Everything fit into the photo but it’s pretty close ☺️. There are a lot of hidden grapes at the right side. Total: 21$ (at Fethiye Bazar)
Watermelon dinner date with my main man, in our attic apartment overlooking Fethiye turkey.
Living in a dream world today. Up before sunrise to watch the beautiful balloons rise over cappadocia
it would be very hard to with fresh fruit and veg.
I'm really curious to know why an almost pure sugar (fructose) diet is healthy? I don't mean to be accusatory-- I'm considering becoming raw vegan but I thought a body needs protein and fat.
first- have you read 80/10/10, or the china study, or Whole, or done any sort of research before ‘becoming a raw vegan’. It seems that more and more people are deciding they want to eat raw but have no direction of the science behind eating a fruit based diet. I suggest you find the online or hard copy and read that first.
second- plants and vegetables contain complete proteins that your body needs. If you are doing it correctly and eating enough greens you are getting enough proteins. and same goes for fats although you can add in overts like avo etc.
use Cronometer to track and see for yourself!
Spent the day on a 6 hour hike through Cappadocia. What an amazing place! There are hidden paths and caves everywhere and over that time we never saw a single person! 😶 we stopped in Love Valley (can you guess why??) for some bananas on the way. (at Kapadokya, Goreme, Turkey)