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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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Simple Food Ranking for Humans

While I do touch on nutrient density and toxicity of different ‘edibles’ in my coaching nutrition guides, the ‘ranking’ of food is one of the most common questions I receive on social media and also in my consulting sessions.It’s typical human programming to want a list and thus being able to “get away” with some bad choices as long as you stick with the good ones most of the time. And sure, it can

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Isomaltulose (Palatinose) is Just as Toxic as Any Carbohydrate

Yesterday, May 6, T-Nation posted yet another advertisement article for their useless supplements. It seems most of their articles nowadays are just that – advertisements filled with pseudo-science and utter nonsense. This time they began their “article” with a throwback to the 1950’s and the era of desperate ads by the sugar- and food industry touting sugar as a “superfood” to kill cravings and increase willpower as a countermeasure to health experts that had

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Eat This, Not That: Worst of the Worst?

This review was a request by some of my readers. When looking at ranking websites based on traffic provided by Google Analytics, the website “eatthis.com” recently climbed from rank 8 to rank 3 at the beginning of this year with a monthly 11.6 million visitors within the category of “Nutrition Diets and Fitness” in the US. While I’m not sure if this was due to heavy bot-induced traffic brought on by their Freemasonic funding,

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Definitions: Carnivore, Animal-Based, or…?

Before we start, there are some ‘universal truths’ that are not debatable, such as the scientific and physiological fact that humans are obligate hyper carnivores; that we are physiologically built for the consumption of animal fat and animal protein. This also means that anything from the ‘plant kingdom’ is toxic and potentially harmful to us. In addition, plants in general are extremely low on bioavailable nutrients, which means that we as humans have a

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Intermittent Fasting: The Importance of Actually Eating and The Difference Between Men and Women

Muscle & Fitness recently posted an article on Intermittent Fasting and differences between men and women. And since a sane human being actually acknowledge that there are only two genders and that there are differences between the sexes, this is an interesting topic. Also, as with all these ‘Intermittent Fasting’ articles, they never mention the real important part, that of actually eating. Their article begins with quoting a 2020 survey where, allegedly, 24 percent

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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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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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