My experience with The Wild Diet by Abel James of The Fat-Burning Man Podcast. Who it’s good for, who should look elsewhere and whether it’s a good resource for the ketogenic, high-fat, low-carb community.
There’s a new high-fat book in town and many of you have been asking me to share my thoughts – the premise, who it’s good for, who shouldn’t bother, the recipes, everything.
I was introduced to Abel’s work via Dave Asprey the author of The Bulletproof Diet. Abel has been a guest on Dave’s blog, podcast and YouTube channel over the years and; as a woman who likes to dig her teeth into the hottest information (you thought I was going to say abs, didn’t you), Abel’s new book was on my list of resources to check out.
The Wild Diet: the high-fat principles, book structure, resources, who would benefit and who should look elsewhere.
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- Practicing feast nights with a cyclical practice of carbing up
- How soy affects the health of your thyroid
- Why GMO breaks down your cells
- Workout programs for high-fat living
- Grab a copy of The Wild Diet
- Eating plan for women with Fat Fueled
- Get meal plans, very much like the Wild Diet
- Subscribe to my YouTube channel
What program are you following right now? I’d love to hear your thoughts, whether it’s a program you’ve made up or one that you’re taking inspiration from. And, if there are books out there that you’d like me to review, share in the comments! I’m always up for a good read.