I believe we are all conditioned by the people around us to be something we're not. From the day we are born, each and every one of us as human beings are taught to live by a certain lifestyle and that's what we believe is "right."
Defined by healthline.com, “Intermittent fasting (IF) is a term for an eating pattern that cycles between periods of fasting and eating.” There are various types of intermittent fasts and the most common are the 16/8 method (going 8 hours without eating), eat-stop-eat (fasting for 24 hours once or twice a week), and the 5:2 diet (eating 500–600 calories a day for two non-consecutive days).
We all have done things that we are ashamed of. We all have made bad decisions and choices. Indeed, each of us has long lists of regrets. We regret not only the things that we did but equally the things we didn’t do. We often wonder how life would have been if we had taken that risk, if we had said yes to that opportunity, and if we had made a different choice. We mourn our wasted time and opportunities. We can all agree that the feeling of regret sucks. However, it is not what happened—or did not happen—that hurts us, but rather our thinking and interpretation of the past.
So you've started your 2018 off right, with that new "clean eating" nutrition plan and a full gym membership. Maybe you've paid upfront for the year like I have, so you'll never have an excuse not to go.