We seem to be at an interesting time in history for human nutrition.
In the 1980's, the USDA declared that eating a diet low in fat was the healthy way to go, and most of world followed. This has led to a massive 30+ year experiment on low-fat, high-carb diets that is still ongoing. Read More
After my six-pack in three months experiment, I’ve had quite a few people come to me asking for advice on how to burn fat. Rather than send a list of tips and suggestions to people individually, I figured it would be more efficient to direct people to this article that you are reading now. Read More
Earlier this week, I went to get a blood test to see how things have changed since going on a low-carb, high-fat diet for four months and reaching 10% body fat in the process. I feel like I'm in the best shape of my life, so the results from the blood test surprised me. Read More
During my fat burning experiment to get a six pack in three months, I was able to explore the effectiveness of a low-carb diet with limited exercise. Looking at the results, it would seem that going low-carb is definitely a great way to go if fat loss is your goal. But as often is the case, things are never quite so simple. While discussing the six pack experiment with a friend of mine, he asked an interesting question:
Could it be that a low-carb diet works simply because you are restricting what you eat and eating fewer calories as a result? Read More
On January 16, 2014, I made a bet with my girlfriend to see if I could get a six pack in three months. The deadline was yesterday, April 15, 2014.
Let’s see how I did. Read More