I've read excerpts from it and know others who have read it. According to them, it's very light on substance, but these people are experienced weightlifters who have been carefully watching their nutrition for years.
Tom Venuto's "Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle" is a very good e-book filled with nutritional and exercise information. Both of these books are geared towards weightlifters and are based on the 5-6 meals a day scenario. It explains the physiology of fat burning and muscle building much better than any other book I've read. There are several "plans" laid out in it, and ways to customize a plan for yourself, but no matter what, it comes down to small, frequent meals of lean protein, lots of vegetables, whole grain and unprocessed carbs, resistance training, and cardio.
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