Analysis on my previous blog
Friday, August 04, 2017
The individual at the centre of the video appears to be eloquent and therefore possibly well read
Following the links from the youtube page, it appears as tho supplements may be used as part of his diet.
Foremost is yeast which is pictured on a table of food ingredients.
I would hazard a guess that other supplements are used, whether synthetically or microbiologically derived.
Normally a body-builder type physique is associated with a higher-than-normal calorie intake associated with a high protein intake.
The yeast listed would be 1 such component.
The fact that eating is limited to 1 meal/day does not rule out the fact that this meal could be high in calories and rich in nutrients.
From diets that can actually reverse medical conditions.
The Ornish diet reverses cardiac and other medical conditions.
The Dash diet reverses hypertension
The Meditteranean and Okinawan diets are reasonably low in calories.
Welsh miners were able to perform a hard physical days work on little more than a vegetable pasty.
Omega-3 figures high on most healthy diets
Most of the problem with the Western diet is that there is a very big access to a huge amount of varied food, but there is limited education that takes place from an early stage in life with regard to healthy eating habits.
Rather there is a bombardment of advertising promoting all sorts of unhealthy choices.
Because for the most part food is not limited.
It is up to the individual to impose their own limits.
No one is going to do this for us
Even gastric banding by limiting food intake can be "bypassed" by the use of high-calorie foods and drinks that are ingested.
At the end of the day, limited calories in association with high fibre(derived from fruit, veges and grains) with adequate protein to prevent muscle loss are probably the way to go.
Whether this food is eaten in 1 hit or spread thruout the day is probably an individual choice.
Sticking to a regular pattern is not an easy process as there will always be a reason to deviate.
What do you think?
Dont be afraid to put me "in my place"