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It’s Simple. All ‘Eat Less’ Diets Suck!

The other day, the bodybuilding and fitness online publication T-Nation posted another ‘dieting’ article. This time it was Chris Shugart writing a piece on a badly executed study comparing what some call “rigid dieting” and the even more retarded “flexible dieting.” As I’ve actually coached in bodybuilding and fitness from the mid 90’s to around 2016, about 20+ years on a highly professional level, this will surely be interesting, or a big laugh. Chris […]

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The Pseudo-Science of Weight-Loss in 2024

The shills at Healthline are back with what they call six “Science-Backed Tips to Lose Weight Fast and Sustainably.”At least they start off with telling their readers to ‘cut carbs,’ although it should say ‘cut out carbs,’ as in removing all extremely toxic carbohydrates. Well, let’s see what more they have. “How to lose weight in 6 simple steps…” 1. Eat protein, fat, and vegetables “Aim to include a variety of foods at each

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Dumb and Dumber: Drinking Water to Aid Fat Loss

A few days ago, the government-shill-website Healthline updated their article from 2023 on ‘drinking water to help with weight loss,’ written by some ‘Adda Bjarnadottir.’ Let’s see what they got wrong, or purposely lied about, this time. The article begins with the following statement to reel in their gullible readers: “Drinking water can help burn calories and reduce hunger cravings. Replacing sugary drinks with water can also lower caloric and sugar intake. But there

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The Simple Truth About Obesity

The governmental Big Pharma and Medical pseudo-science shill-site Healthline recently posted an article raising the question if obesity is “genetic” or “environmental.” While those living in the illusion of right vs. left, as in conservatives vs. liberals, always chose one of the opposites, as they have been programmed to do, the truth is usually quite simple and very logical. Trainers, coaches, fitness influencers, and those leaning to the “right” often tell those wanting to

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Dr. Eric Berg: Healthy Keto vs. Dirty Keto

Muscle & Fitness recently published a Keto-based article based on an interview with Dr. Eric Berg. And while Dr. Berg might seem ‘controversial’ and ‘censored’ on YouTube in the eyes of the sleeping general public, he’s still somewhat trapped in the pseudoscience and ideology of nutrition. So, let’s see what Muscle & Fitness and Dr. Eric Berg has to say about the Ketogenic Diet and the multiple versions of it. The article’s preamble paints

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Human History: Losing Body Fat is Not Hard

The other day CNN featured an article on “weight loss,” kind of glorifying body fat as a survival tool, which it once was while claiming that it’s really hard to lose it, which it absolutely is not. While the article is biased, it’s not that terrible for something published by the Jesuit-controlled CNN. Let’s break it down. “(CNN) — If you think it’s hard to lose weight and keep it off, you are not

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No, Never Eat at Night

As the year comes to an end, we return to T-Nation and a short article by diet- and protein-obsessed Chris Shugart. This time it’s about late-night eating, and although he understands that it’s a bad thing, he still misses the big picture and presents some very bad advice. He begins his article with quite a cliché, citing: “An old expression goes like this: “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner

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Protein Preloading is Totally Stupid and Unnecessary

Look who’s back. It’s Chris Shugart, once again obsessing over protein and fat loss. However, I can’t really blame him as I kind of did the same back around 1997 to 2006, before I discovered the incredible powers of fasting. Funny enough, while I was in decent shape in the late 90’s and also in 2003, it was not until I found fasting in 2007 and going fully “ketogenic” with a base of animal-based

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