Clarity on points.
1. My diet evolves. I offer nutritional suggestions, but I state overtly that I do not offer dietary advice. My opinion will be different in two years.
2. I have NEVER promoted a product that I did not believe in. I've read your snide remarks several times, Gilestro, and although I do understand that English may not be your first language, you are being offensive when you imply that I would sell something that I do not believe in.
3. I have never promoted white flour at any time, especially Gluten. That is a crazy, unfounded accusation.
4. I have offered PRIMAL not PALEO recommendations. They're different. I've applied Paleo to determine its effectiveness for me, and it doesn't optimize for me. I do eat some legumes such as peanuts, live grains such as quinoa, and gluten-free oatmeal. Primal regards eating close to the Earth - whole, fresh, raw(est)/rare(st), organic, free-range/wild, local, unprocessed, short shelf life. I'm the man who coined the comment, "longer its shelf life, shorter yours." I avoid pig, organs, and bones, so I'm out of the "paleo" purity.
5. Diet, as I have ALWAYS written, is individualized, requires that you get your physician's approval, and get your bloodwork to confirm mineral deficiencies if any.
6. It is NOT the "Warrior Diet" which is something completely different, and a book from a different author. Page ONE of my booklet stated it was NOT A DIET AT ALL, but a nutritional transition plan.
7. Lastly, there is not "Grand Unified Theory" on my programs, because they're programs. If you want to learn how they "all fit together" then train up for and go to an instructor certification. My programs are not the system. They're representatives of the system, sufficient unto themselves. I appreciate feedback from my customers but ease up on telling people how you think I ought to have run my company, published my books and produced my videos over the years. This didn't happen as some grandiose business plan. It evolved organically over the years as I continue to grow and study. And will continue to do so.
Enjoy the programs, or not. But I have received EIGHT personal complaints about you on this forum in the past two weeks. That's a new record. Give it a rest, and go spend more time training, or going for a walk in the woods. It'll clear all of that noise.
I would add one step to Coach Sonnon's post. While a physician's advice is always welcome, Docs are not necessarily well trained, or trained at all, in nutritional science. It may be in your best interest to consult with a nutritionist.
After the bloodwork
Last edited by gracoman; 10-27-2012 at 08:44 AM.
I'm a little confused about some of the principles in the Tacfit Diet plan - and, well some other ideas aswell.
What is the 'magic' of the diet for the Tacfit programs? is it the amount of calories, the meal timing, the macro ratios? Or some combination?
Is the goal of the "transition" to become fat adapted?
Also, this may combine some of the low carb principles, but I've heard of only stimulating the insulin response AFTER exercise to deliver nutrients to muscles etc? (thats a very basic assumption, please correct me if I'm wrong)
What about low fat, high carb meals post workout?
Ideally, I would like to follow the 4-day-diet + 'lifestyle' verbatim to garner the best results from the programs but some if contradicts the research i've done elsewhere. Am I being a tad pedantic about all this?
IS it best to follow the diet program strictly, permanently?
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