Here is my keto story and why I switched to ketogenic diet. I'm a pilot, my health is everything to me, or I'll lose my FAA medical certificate. While I was shredding about 6 months ago, I dropped my body fat to about 8%. Me being health conscious and doing my complete blood count, thyroid, kidney and liver function, iron, electrolytes, LDL and HDL twice a year, and checking my blood pressure and glucose level on a weekly basis, I noticed I was slowly becoming insulin resistant though I had a normal range fasting glucose. At 11.3% body fat, so I switched to ketogenic diet. During the adaptation I gained about 9% body fat, but I'm glad I sticked to the diet. I'm planning to get my PhD from Queens or UBC in two to three years. With my aviation background and my study plans, my goal is #NASA, and I need the mental clarity ketogenic diet is giving me to pull through the next couple of years towards my goals. #dreamingbig#ketogeniccom#questketo
Out of all the ways to put color on an image,whether it be painting, colored pencils, pastels, etc. I like watercolor the best. Its so easy to move color around and comes out beautifully.
This is a page from my practice with blending colors, and creating space.
If you have any tips and tricks please let me know. I diggin this watercolor thing
Pictured is an image, captured by satellite, of the moon passing in front of Earth. This image may look photoshopped but it is 100 percent legitimate. NASA released the photograph, taken by a camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite. The image shows the fully illuminated “dark side” of the moon that is never visible from our humble planet. Don’t let your eyes deceive you — deep space does not look how it does in the movies. Sorry, J.J Abrams: “Star Trek” and “Star Wars” were both great, but the real outer space is even more amazing. Shout-out to our friends @Tech for this great science post! Repost: @science