We’ve been beaten over the head for decades with the ‘eat less, move more’ paradigm, and it doesn’t really pan out in practice.
Steak and rice. Steak and veg. Steak on steak. Which diet rules the roost?
With food prices soaring due to a blend of inflation and special operations, the prospect of strolling into the local supermarket and filling your trolley with 20 pounds of steak might be looking a little daunting.
Hippocrates, a relatively well-known figure in medical circles, once said: ‘All disease begins in the gut’. For a comment made 2,500 years ago, it’s not landing far off base.
The carnivore diet is the best diet going for appetite suppression, but it’s not foolproof. Here’s what you can do to stop your hunger demons sneaking back in.
I’m not going to shift to cutting anytime soon. I’m determined to show the crowd just how jacked one can get on a carnivore diet. The bulk must go on.
While there is a place for carbs on the human performance cuisine, you probably shouldn’t start with fructose. To put it simply, there are better options than guzzling raw honey all day.
Veganism is a diet built on myths, and we don’t have room for the exhaustive list. So we’ll simply settle for a run-through of the dinner party classics.
Before you go all-in on buttered steak, here are 27 tips for getting the best out of the carnivore diet. From classic pitfalls to key additions, this is going to save you a ton of time.