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Customizing your Slow Carb Diet

Is the slow carb diet a one-size-fits-all, or is it a good starting point? Whether you're getting started, or if you've been going for months, the question of tailoring the meals, and the routine, to your schedule and preferences is an important one. If you're worried that you're never going to get relief from the black beans you've had for every meal lately, or if the chicken breast isn't giving you enough protein to recover and build more muscle, then we have the answers right here. Continue reading

The definitive answer on nuts and the slow carb diet

It's a question that gets asked from time to time - if we are avoiding 'white' carbohydrates, and eating protein and some fat.. then why no nuts? Maybe some are ok, and some aren't? If you have been wondering about nuts on the slow carb diet, or if you have been snacking on nuts with your slow carb diet, you probably want to read this - all you need to know about nuts is right here. Continue reading

Cottage Cheese on Slow Carb – The Low Down

It's a question that goes through the mind of every slow carber when they start looking beyond the usual options for protein - bored with beef, sick of chicken, fed up with fish, and we start thinking about that 'exception' to the dairy rule that's mentioned in the book. So, what's the real story with cottage cheese? And is it really an acceptable alternative? What about it being a dairy product? Find all the answers here, and make a great choice with cottage cheese next time you think about it. Continue reading

LOMAD – Occam’s Protocol – does it work?

I wrote recently about things seeming to stop moving upwards, for a week or so, and so I set out to tackle this problem with a few solutions. The most obvious change was adding milk to my protein shakes, and adding an extra protein shake per day, for a total of 2-3 drinks on non-workout days, and 3 on workout days. This worked out to a total of around 1 liter of milk per day, or LOMAD. So, how are my results, after a little over a week of this strategy? Continue reading

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