It's pork tenderloin, roasted potatoes (olive oil drizzled on top) and a stir fry of onions, probably garlic (I like garlic and it's a true superfood), kale and mushrooms cooked in butter. A little salt and pepper and a glass of water completed the meal.
If you can eat this and feel satisfied, you're a good candidate for 2 Rule Easy Fat Loss.
Last night I had bacon and eggs for dinner with green chili and shredded parmesan cheese over top.
Sunday night was leftovers from Saturday which was beef tenderloin (I sliced it open and filled it with green chili) and then put goat cheese on it after removing from the oven, sweet potatoes and butter and a stir fry of onions and garlic (always my base for stir-frying) with spinach, green bell pepper and an anaheim pepper. Oh, I added some mushrooms and onions to the roast pan for the last 15 minutes and cooked those in the meat juices. That was a good meal.
If you didn't know, green chili is a thing here in New Mexico. If you ever see Hatch green chili in the store, grab some. You can put it on anything.
Friday night I ate salmon, quinoa and asparagus.
Before that I had a grass fed burger (about a 1/3 pound) cooked in butter with assorted veggies in the same pan. Melted some cheese on the burger. Simple. Easy. Tastes great. Good for you.
You can lose fat eating like this. And you can build muscle too.
Plenty of protein for satiety and amino acids. Good and plentiful veggies for fiber and nutrition.
I probably drank some wine in the evening but beyond that, I didn't have additional calories. I didn't want them. I was satisfied both with a feeling of fullness and nutritional satiety. My body didn't crave any additional nutrition.
This is how you move from empty, fat storing foods to nutritious, healthy, fat-burning food choices.
You are on the list for 2 Rule Easy Fat Loss, my simple, new fat loss training plan. It will guide you towards better food choices and increase your nutrient to energy food consumption. It's cheap, just $50 and it won't be that hard to do either (my promise).
- Eat protein at every meal
- eat 1.5 lbs per day (minimum) of fresh fruits and veggies (you choose whatever you want)
Just two rules to follow:
After that, you can eat anything else you want. You can drink alcohol, eat donuts, fast food, whatever you want. But for the most part, you won't want to.
Eat protein at every meal
eat 1.5 lbs per day (minimum) of fresh fruits and veggies
The course is delivered via pdf (an ebook with step by step instructions) and we'll also have 4 weeks of Q&A webinars (one a week for four weeks). The webinars will be recorded so you can watch them later if you can't attend live.
Of course, you get all the standard stuff too: 24/7 questions answered via email so you're never stuck or confused and a private Facebook group where we can get some group synergy, post progress, ask questions, see what others are doing, etc.
I'm opening the course tomorrow so look for that email.
Why Do It?
Do it if you desire:
- Improved Health - Get better nutrition on fewer calories. Heal your metabolic syndrome symptoms and regain vibrant health.
- Increased Satiety - Lose fat permanently by eating fewer calories overall. Gradually force out high calorie, poor nutrition foods without going cold-turkey, starving yourself or feeling miserable.
- Food Choice Flexibility - Eat what you want following basic, easy to implement, minimal fuss rules.
- Ability to Optimize - This approach can work with all diets. The user can opt to increase variety and nutrition options, go at their own pace and make it work within the constraints of their life.
- A common sense plan where Perfection Is Not Required - Implementation imperfection is expected, it’s real life. It’s OK, you will still improve your diet dramatically even with imperfect action.
- A Sustainable way to eat - Minimal tracking requirements without any “no” foods makes it easy to fit into life and keep it going
Look for the email tomorrow and jump on this plan.
Either "Do or do not. There is no try."