Apoloniusz Tajner lost 20 kg. He revealed three rules of his diet and the path to a youthful appearance

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Apoloniusz Tajner needs no introduction. Although it's hard to recognize him now. The former coach of Polish ski jumpers has undergone a spectacular metamorphosis. He has lost over 20 kilograms and looks much younger. How did he manage to do it? Check.

Apoloniusz Tajner started the fight against extra kilos a few years ago. Its effects exceeded the wildest expectations of many observers and supporters of the former trainer and president of the Polish Ski Association (and currently an MP). His transformation is surprising. He lost extra weight, became younger and gained more energy. What is the secret of this success? Find out.

Secrets of Apoloniusz Tajner's diet

Apoloniusz Tajner decided to introduce three important changes to his menu. He gave up drinking alcohol, significantly reduced his meat consumption (in favor of more vegetables) and used intermittent fasting according to the principles of the IF (Intermittent Fasting) diet. Its idea is to give up eating meals at certain times of the day. Restriction periods alternate with so-called eating windows. This is a time when you don't have to refrain from eating, which doesn't mean you'll be allowed to eat sweets or high-calorie snacks.

Intermittent fasting has many different variations. Apoloniusz Tajner decided on the 16/8 variant. This means that for 16 hours he gives up taking calories and eats meals consisting of vegetables or small portions of meat from time to time for the next 8 hours. This feeding model has its advantages. Thanks to it, you can not only reduce body weight, but also improve the functioning of the body on many different levels – lower blood pressure, reduce the level of “bad cholesterol”, and minimize the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Intermittent fasting is not for everyone

However, intermittent fasting is not without its drawbacks. Dietitian Dominika Hatala draws attention to them. Pregnant and breastfeeding women, as well as children and adolescents under 18 years of age, should avoid this dietary pattern. Contraindications to its use include: type 1 diabetes, anorexia, bulimia, low blood glucose levels (hypoglycemia), work requiring intense physical activity, pharmacotherapy. Before starting this type of diet, you should consult your primary care physician and rule out the existence of chronic diseases or other factors that could constitute an obstacle to its use.

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