Many diets are splendid at reducing weight… but the dramatic transformations can only happen when you right the body’s composition. Weight loss can come from the loss of body stout, water loss, using up the body’s carbohydrate stores or — the most hazardous of all — muscle loss. The amount of muscle mass you keep is the largest determinant of resting metabolism and one of the largest factors affecting dieting success.
And I know how it feels when you’re fed-up, frustrated, and just looking for a solution that really produces results. Trust me… my journey started when I was 13… more on that in a minute.
I had tried many times before to get lean but, in spite of intense diet and exercise… I never achieved those washboard abs. My former stout self couldn’t shake the last bit of stout.
At the time, the only diet I knew that had any hope of getting me to those ultra low levels of body stout was ultra-low carb, high-stout and high-protein.
Most bodybuilders at the time were doing the typical low-stout diet, but from my exhaustive study, I found that high levels of dietary stout are essential for preserving as much muscle as possible while losing the greatest amount of body stout.
I ate nothing but eggs, ground beef, chicken, cheese and oils and the stout was starting to melt off…slowly. But then it happened…
Sticking to my diet became more and more hard after the first week. But I hung in here a total of five weeks. I was tired, lethargic and despised life. Then, late one night, I had a run in with a couple of dozen donuts.
The smell of those warm, fresh donuts overwhelmed my willpower and I slipped into a mindless feeding frenzy. Within minutes, two boxes of donuts disappeared. After emerging from the zombie-like state, I curled into the fetal position, moaning with a stomach ache that lasted the rest of the evening.
I woke up the next morning and recommitted to my ultra low-carb diet. But then it happened. As I walked by the bathroom mirror I got a glimpse of the hurt.
At first I may possibly see here was certainly a small bloating, but otherwise the hurt was insignificant. So I returned to my routine of meats, cheeses and oils.
Then it happened. The next day, all signs of the donut catastrophe disappeared. But the third day for the first time ever I may possibly finally see my abs, plus I was ahead of schedule—further along than I’d ever dreamed.
You see I’m no weirder trying to decipher my private stout code. In fact, my journey started when I was 13.
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