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29 May 2016

What is the most important rule to follow for a healthy diet?
In terms of what foods you should and should not eat, remember that calories matter more than specific foods. Adequate macro- and micro-nutrition are indeed part of a healthy diet, but appropriate caloric intake is by far the most important rule regardless of the source and whether or not the food is "natural", "whole", "clean", or "dirty". Repeated studies have shown that having excess body fat, type 2 diabetes and weight gain are resultant from eating and storing more calories than one burns. Eating too many of any form of calories, whether from whole foods or not, will cause these problems. A Newcastle University team has recently discovered (2011) that Type 2 diabetes can actually be reversed by an extreme low calorie diet alone. In terms of the hormonal response to a single meal, a fast-food meal has been shown to elicit a similar response to an equivalent organic one.

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11 May 2016

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04 May 2016

http://www.iifym.com/iifym-com-interviews-alan-aragon/ ----Alan Aragon gets interviwed by iifym.com.

"What about carbs?
A lot of contest prep coaches from the old school seem to subscribe to the idea that carbs are the devil and should be dropped to drastic levels right off the bat, while many of the newer contest prep coaches seem to keep carbs high as possible. Our own IIFYM Calculator starts people off pretty high on purpose. Obviously every person has different needs, but in general are you a fan of higher or lower carbs? Why?
Ironically, contest prep in the 80’s & 90’s was all about the high-carb/low fat. A subset of coaches, most prominently the 3DMJ guys and other coaches with a scientific bent are doing the sensible thing and maximizing carb intake (while still achieving fat loss progress), so it seems what’s old is new again. Sure there are folks who buy into the magic of severe carb restriction, but the reality of the matter is that most competitors – especially natural ones – will flatten out and have crap for training energy. And, they won’t necessarily lose fat at a greater rate, so it’s a lose-lose. For the majority. I’m not saying people who do great on keto don’t exist, but my feeling is that they’re surviving it rather than optimizing their programs. Also, there’s no fat loss magic to low-carb/keto diets. The magic seen in the research thus far has been due to higher protein intakes, not lower carb intakes."
Beautiful.

04 May 2016

Weigh-in: 182.0 lb lost so far: 0 lb still to go: 17.0 lb Diet followed N/A
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01 May 2016

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