I was skeptical going into this article but he is spot on, namely you have to find what works for you. Which is why I dislike branded diets (unless you are very lucky enough to find that one of them works for you!).
Like him, I eat Lean protein, good fats, healthy carbs. But my choice of these is very different to his. I eat tons of fish, lots of omega 3s and steel cut oats and honey.
These work for me. His would not work for me. Again, it took a lot of trial and error as it did for him. But hey, weight loss is a marathon not a sprint.
I also eat very large portions. He has to stick to modest ones. Poor guy. But you gotta do what you gotta do.
You also don't have to do blood tests all the time like he suggests. Use the scale. Look in the mirror. Bowel movements. Look at your hair, eyes, skin. They should all be getting better. Your mood should be elevated/less anxiety. Workouts should get easier. When my diet gets better, these things get better.
Last edited by IanG : 08-16-2014 at 08:27 PM.