I love ice cream. More specifically, Ben and Jerry’s. But, those old hippie-Vermonters are a bit behind the times these days. They have yet to produce a low-calorie version of their ice cream. When…
Football season has officially started, the nights are getting slightly longer, and the world seems to be full of pumpkin flavored everything. Shhh…I have a secret….I freaking love pumpkin.
From Oreos, to Lattes, to beer, and more, pumpkin reminds us that it is time to put away the shorts, break out the jean jackets and prepare because winter is coming.
I realized there are things out there other than tofu that are fairly high in protein content for vegans or those who choose to go “meatless”.
In a nutshell, a reverse diet is a protocol where you slowly add calories back into your diet after you have been in a long period of caloric restriction.
Instead of dropping an atomic bomb of calories into your system and expanding like a mushroom cloud of fat and water retention post diet, a reverse diet Jedi mind tricks your body into accepting the increased calories.
Almost 98% of my podcast guests answer my question of “what superhero would you be” by answering that they would be Batman. It makes sense to be honest, a rich guy with cool toys who stands for justice and tries to right the wrongs of the city he loves. Batman makes more sense then some dude who can only can be defeated by some rock that doesn’t exist naturally on Earth (suck it Superman).
People assume that alcohol is the “Angel of Death” when it comes to fat loss, that like Indy and Marion, you have to shut your eyes and not look at it (in this case drink it) to lose weight.
Restricting things from your diet will ultimately lead to failure. You do not need to give up the food you love to achieve your fat loss goals, that includes zee booze.
Thanks to the Internet, these Mola Ram types are indoctrinating more people than ever. The “diet gurus” of the introwebz typically have no degree in nutrition and usually make outrageous claims with no scientific fact to support their wacky theories.
They vehemently preach the dangers of ice cream, pizza, Subway’s bread, and warn you of chemicals in processed foods, but since they goofed off in high school science class, they forget that everything we eat is made of chemicals.
No one should ever enslave themselves to foods they hate nor should you have to rip out your heart and sacrifice your sanity on the Altar of Dieting Doom.
Instead, you can build a Temple of Boon
Like the salmon of Capistrano at the tail end of my 2014 “winter bulk” fat was beginning to flock everywhere making me look like the Stay Puft Marshmallow man. Getting to “Stay Puft” status meant it was time to start dieting and cutting.
Unless you eat only frozen chicken and cottage cheese or down shakes all day eating over 200 grams of protein a day with a variety of protein sources gets to be expensive.
No one should ever go broke while they are trying to get bigger or leaner.