Dec 16 2008

The High Protein Diet / LOW FAT DIETS DONT WORK LONGTERM

Published by at 11:45 am under Low Gi

I will be embarking with a high protein and low carb diet for the next 12 weeks challenge

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10 Responses to “The High Protein Diet / LOW FAT DIETS DONT WORK LONGTERM”

  1. NoogLeaderon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    The body needs …
    The body needs certain proteins for repairing the internal organs. If your internal organs don’t have the protein and sugars it needs it will consume muscle and fat. That way fuel and protein is being supplied for the organs while the fuel being burned is reduce. You really need a good balance of protein and carbs. 4 proteins to 1 carb is usually a good bet. Maybe add 1 portion of fat too. But be careful with fat. Be careful the type of fat you consume can hurt you too. Not all fats are bad.

  2. undercovamumon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    detox diet=just …
    detox diet=just dont be pigs and live to eat dont eat live to,hell most of the idiots who are obese are that ay because they simply eat too much of anything,balance is the key asin any thing fats+acids=balanced out body,poofle victims of society its in the mind your either able body andmind or not simpleb butwhat do you doif you lose like 100kgs what about the left over skin etc yukkkkkkk,goodluck but it will only go back to FAT BODY

  3. 2kids07on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    im doing a similar …
    im doing a similar paleo plan with a twist for this challenge jason. its defintley a goer.

  4. racegurl29on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Thanks for all of …
    Thanks for all of you info…I am excited about our challenge.

  5. trbohon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Excellent points …
    Excellent points made in your video Jason. The years since the concept of “low fat” was introduced into our foods with low fat cakes, cookies and snacks has done nothing to reduce the overweight issues we face.

  6. HinesBradon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    So why does the …
    So why does the body prefer converting muscle to energy instead of fat?

  7. HinesBradon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Could you supply us …
    Could you supply us with a menu of things you plan on eating or sample meals per day? What caloric number are you trying to hit?

  8. thumbnugget1000on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    also, as you said …
    also, as you said protein is obviously rgeat for muscle development and actually has a higher thermic effect, meaning you burn more calories while injesting. When you include healthy fats, do not eat at the same time you eat carbs, (i.e. post workout) because of that insulin spike you explained, which will suck in more fat. will be interesting to see your results. good luck!

  9. thumbnugget1000on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Your on the right …
    Your on the right track mate. The thing is, even on a low carb diet, fruit and veg are still carbs. so ultimately, a high portein diet is pretty much the paleo diet, which has proven to be great for weightloss, and a lack of fibre is not an issue like people think (because of the lack of grains).

  10. kotsujayon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    I’ve had people …
    I’ve had people tell me that drastically reducing your calorie intake only works for a short time and, in the long run, actually makes it much harder to get rid of fat. It took me all year to finally believe that.

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