The Samurai Diet: The Science & Strategy of Winning the Fat Loss War
by Nate Miyaki
Many bodybuilders and fat loss enthusiasts will follow extreme measures to attain a ripped physique -- unknowingly disrupting normal metabolic and hormonal functioning, and ultimately compromising long-term health.
At the same time, there are many Paleo/Low Carb eaters that seek to improve biomarkers of health, but lose out on the physique enhancing benefits of scientifically researched, modern sports nutrition principles. Despite consistent exercise and healthy eating patterns, they are unable to attain the lean, sculpted physique they desire.
Can you achieve outstanding fat loss and physique enhancement results while simultaneously improving overall health and wellness?
Is there a sustainable approach that will allow you to maintain a year-round six-pack, without compromising your health, sanity, or ability to function in the real world?
Is there a functional plan that will allow a busy, working professional to look more like a fitness model and less like the average Y2K American, without having to throw away their career goals, live like a professional athlete, or have their life revolve around food?
The answer is yes. Will it be magic-pill/infomercial easy? No, but with the right strategies and practical application, it is possible.
The Samurai Diet makes use of Bruce Lee's philosophy: research your own experience, absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is essentially your own.
The Samurai Diet pulls the best principles from Paleo Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Bodybuilding & Fitness Nutrition, the Traditional Japanese Diet, Intermittent Fasting approaches, and research from university labs and peer-reviewed research journals across the globe.
The Samurai Diet combines evolutionary theory, scientific research, and practical experience (as a natural bodybuilder, fitness model, and physique enhancement coach) to teach a hybrid plan geared towards simultaneously achieving your two main goals: improving health AND improving appearance.
- Nate Miyaki, October 2011
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