Just the tip: carbohydrates gotta go. Cut ’em completely if you can. If not, get as close to zero as possible.
Get those calories, instead, from fatty animal products. Yes… I said fatty. I know, I know. Sounds backwards. After all… fat’s bad, right?
Plus, wait. No carbs? I mean… what is there to eat then? No fruit? No veggies? No bread? Pasta? Sugary Starbucks drinks? Booze?!?
Sounds about as pleasant as a paper cut to the eyeball, huh?
Now look, I’m not gonna go into all the science-y sh*t. Ketosis this, carnivore that. I’ll stay in my (millionaire) lane. But I do think you’ll look and feel better – and therefore, work better – by kickin’ carbs to the curb.
Why do I say that? Well, because, I’ve been doing this, myself, for the last six weeks… and here’s what I’ve experienced:
- I sleep better.
- I eat as much as I want.
- And STILL lose fat.
- My six-pack is almost back.
- Yet, my muscles are fuller.
- I have more energy.
- I’m more focused.
- Higher testosterone.
Basically, I feel like a lion.
Like, I will bite your torso off, sear it, bathe it in butter, grind some fresh sea salt onto it, then eat it for sustenance.
Literally, if you’re a cow.
Figuratively, if you’re a human in my way or a problem that needs solved or a goal that needs met.
But um. Anyways. If you’d like to feel unstoppable, why not try it for a month?
If you do, here’s what I suggest:
Load up on grass-fed, grass-finished ribeyes; pastured eggs; wild-caught salmon; grass-fed butter; sea salt; water. Consume as much as you want. No carbs means no insulin spike, which means no love handles. Regardless of caloric intake.
Want extra credit?
Do all your daily eating within a six hour window, after fasting for 18 hours. That could be one big-ass meal, or two semi-big meals. But this’ll supercharge it, I’m tellin’ ya.
Oh, and let’s not forget:
PS, if you’re worried about said science, here’s who I recommend you learn from:
PPS, don’t be one of those f*ckin’ dorks who spends four hours a day chatting about this sh*t in forums, but never actually does it. Do your due diligence, f*ckin’ try it, and see what happens.
Related: they’re lying.