Here we are, 19 weeks later. It’s time to take a picture and compare it to the one we took at the start! Remember that?
Week 19 is not technically a step as we’ve been doing it all along we are reaffirming what we’re doing, it’s an open-ended goal and our last action.
We portioned lunch and dinner, our breakfast should be big enough to make it to lunch. This might be yoghurt, salmon or 6 eggs, it depends on our size and demands. Healthy fats and proteins are the priority.
How hungry you get between breakfast and lunch is a function of how good of a fat burner you are.
- Efficient = No problem. We’ll will access your fat stores.
- Carb-aholic = We will have a lot of problems. We lack the metabolic machinery to burn glucose and body fat. This step is going to be hard for you.
There is a choice: DO IT OR QUIT.
We are effectively turning into 1/2 a diesel engine and 1/2 a petrol engine.
Being a little bit hungry during the day is okay! Eating at 6:30am. By 10:30, we’ll be hungry; lunch could be at 11. Being hungry encourages your body to look within for energy. If you are a good fat burner, that is what your body will use. If you insist on staying a carb-aholic, then yeah, you’re a slave to your diet.
After putting all these steps we will have our own solid nutrition. IT’S HARD WORK AND DEMANDS CONSISTENCY.
Step 11: Drink 1.5/2 L of H20
Step 2: Eat a Big breakfast of protein and fat
Step 13: 1-2 fist-sized portions of vegetables with lunch.
Step 17: 2/1 palm size portions of animal protein with lunch.
Step 15: 2-4/1-2 thumb size portions of a healthy fat with lunch.
Step 18: 2-3/1-2 cupped handfuls of starch with lunch.
Step 12: 1-2 fist-sized portions of vegetables with dinner.
Step 6: 1+ (2max) palm sized portions of animal protein with dinner.
Step 16: 2-3/1-2 cupped handfuls of starch with dinner.