You dont eat veggies and the like? no antioxidants at all? thats gonna drastically increase likelyhood of cancer.
I eat a cup of green beans and peas for my Fiber. - But I don't eat that every night. Probably should.
You know what else has anti-oxidants though? Coffee. I love my Coffee.
Id recammend if you guys stick to something like this, you atleast eat some totmatoes/chillies/yellow peper fruits/Broccoli + eggs as well,
I am on a Keto diet. Have been for over a year now... The gains I have had has been great.
The best part? All my vitals are in a normal/above normal range as I keep in regular contact with my doctor, dietician and personal trainer.
Lack of Vitamin C can lead to scurvy.
Meat and Eggs has Vitamin C in it.
But it is not difficult to take some multi-vitamins.
Your not gonna get the vitamin C your body needs in just meats.... and if you go afew months without, you end up with lose teeth and the like.
You aren't wrong, but if you are having the right supplements, it's a non-issue.
There are entire tribes of people who live in the arctic regions who only live on a carnivorous diet as they obviously can't grow crops in snow... And also have some of the longest life expectancy's in the world.
Obviously they have a genetic/evolutionary disposition to such a diet, so for us heathens, it's a good idea to supplement our diets.
I'd have to know the specifics of your diet and training in order to properly critique it.
Indeed. Hence why it's usually a good idea to shy away from generalized statements.
Bet you its alot more healthy and will show better results :)
Exercise is stupidly important.
However... If your goal is to loose weight, then diet is probably the most important factor.
At the end of the day though... It's all about the calories in/out.
If you want to build muscle mass then lots of Protein is a must... Plus supplement with Creatine Monohydrate.
Humans evolved by eating abit of this, and abit of that.
Well. Not exactly. We took advantage of the food sources for any given geographical location.
There are areas of the world where people are extremely limited in their dietary choices.
Fruits are also very carb/sugar/caloric heavy, so may not be a good idea depending on what your goals are.
And don't fall for the fruit juice scam either.
I'm considering that actually. I generally run at 6.30pm but its getting dark and too many druggies smoking in the park which I am not fond of running near.
I think 5.30am would be pretty good, but my body is usually aching when I wake up. Do you have any issues in getting the body to wake up... I guess you have more energy through the day? (I feel great after running).
Thought about joining a Gym? No. I am not talking about a Pokemon Gym either.
Gyms here are open 24/7 and have a ton of equipment.
Cardio is fantastic, but if you feel there is a risk, then avoid the risk.
Yup, carb addiction is real. Your body is just asking for carbs. It took me around 1 month to stop the cravings. Now I can look at my family eating sweets and bread and I couldn't care less.
Anyway, you can make the transition easier by paying attention to electrolyte balance and eating veggies. If you want to try the carnivore 0 carb diet, I strongly recommend that you first do 1 month of keto with a lot of healthy veggies. Once your body is used to a very low carb intake, you can go one step further with the carnivore diet. I'm personally quite happy with the keto diet (and I like veggies, no reason to stop eating those).
What veggies are you eating?
As a rule of thumb I avoid any that:
1) Grow underground.
2) Brightly coloured.
As they tend to be more carb heavy than others.
Let's say somebody is a real fatso of about 250 lbs and 40% bodyfat. Our hypothetical dieter also doesn't get any exercise ever, and doesn't intend to. What happens when we use the following macronutrient calculator to find out how much protien and carbs this guy needs to be on a diet. https://www.muscleforlife.com/macronutrient-calculator/ Well, if you put the numbers into this calculator this dude needs 1622 calories a day, 300 grams of protien, and 0 carbs. Why 0 carbs? Because he doesn't exercise at all, and is so fat that the only way to hit his 1622/300 calorie/protein goal is to eat nothing but protein. Now suppose this guy decides to get 5 hours of exercise per week.
What happens if this same guy drops down to 10% bodyfat, at 180 lbs, and starts to go into a bulk phase, with regular exercise? Well now he needs 426 carbs a day, 2911 calories, and 180 grams of protein.
You are right on the money.
As for bulking... If you want to bulk properly, you need a proper diet and you need a proper exercise regimen to take advantage of it.