So you might be thinking...
"How can Craig Ballantyne recommend that we eat "6 meals per day" and then also recommend "fasting"?"
These diets couldn't be more different from one another.
And that's true.
But it doesn't mean they both don't work, because they do.
On the one hand, you have the folks who are very regimented and organized and like to control their meals right down the last
And that's fine and good (to a point, as long as they don't take it to the levels of Obsessive-Compulsive Eating).
I personally eat 5-8 meals/snacks per day (and most of them are shared with Bally the Dog - he loves apples, pears, peanut butter, avocado and almost anything else he can get his sneaky little paws on).
1) Breakfast (Blueberries, Pecans, Coconut flakes, Peanut butter, and sometimes a banana - all mixed up in a bowl & Green Tea)
2) Brunch (4 egg omelet with lots of vegetables and a bit of cheese - with salsa on top, plus a pear & Green Tea)
3) After workout (chocolate milk)
4) Late lunch (a combo of salad, nuts, fruit, raw vegetables, hummus)
5) Dinner (chicken breast or Amy's Organic Chili with vegetables)
6) After dinner snack (almonds & dried apricots, or an apple or pear plus almond butter)
But a lot of folks can't do that...either mentally, physically, or practically.
You either have no interest in eating that often, or you can't do it because of your busy job and home full of kids who need your attention.
Other folks roll their eyes at sticking to such an eating frequency or having to count their 6-meal calories on nutrition tracking software.
And those people tend to gravitate to Brad Pilon's fasting for fat loss program.
I like it too. In fact, I'll be doing a fast every week for the next 8-12 weeks during an experiment (more details to come when it's all over!).
If you don't want to deal with the hassles of mega-meal planning and calorie counting, grab your copy of Brad's revolutionary program.
And find the right diet for your personality,
Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
PS - Today is the last day...
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