Anabolic eating book

I tried the cup of raisins before bed and woke up before dawn with an erection reminiscent of days gone by, that lasted for over an hour. Pretty awesome! Though peeing was a long and drawn out affair.
I just had my T checked as I was not getting them any more, neither was I much interested in sex. The test came back with a paltry 305 @ 46yrs old. Just a year ago my erections used to have a bitter sweet ache to them. After going close to zero carb I lost my power, my head hair, got rosacea, limp erections, and my nitric oxide plummeted. I stopped training as it was painful and although I was eager to exercise my body just didn’t seem up to it. ( come to think of it now after reading all these articles, it would seem that lower elasticity of my arteries(low NO) was the reason.)

I tend to keep my nutritional approach very simple. I focus on the quality of my food, rather than concerning myself with the caloric content or macronutrient value. I focus on what I need to be eating rather than on what I shouldn’t be eating, and I don’t dwell on the fact that I ate that cookie and had a beer. I always allow for adjustments to be made, and I make improvements as I go. I also eat foods that no one can argue about, and no one can argue that sardines are unhealthy. (Laughs) At the moment, I have been incorporating 16 ounces of freshly juiced vegetables into my daily diet. My favorite vegetables are beet and carrot mixed with a greens powder.

A late photo of Gable Boudreaux, another fellow who made such sensational progress in about 6 months that he is considered one of the greatest of our time for short men.

Gable took about 4 cups of protein per day. He would mix 1/3 cup of protein to 1 glass of half and half (cream and milk).

He took about 1 glass of this every hour for approximately 12 hours a day. This is about 386 grams per day.

He would not have been able to digest so much except for the protein digestant protocol (see the Blair Report book for details on digestive enzymes, etc.) as cream should not be used on its own with protein supplements.

I typically have nonfat to 1% low-fat cottage cheese or casein protein shake with skim milk and honey before hitting the sack. I sometimes even combine honey with cinnamon. The reason for this is two fold. The first is contrary to what you may believe, a teaspoon of raw honey can help burn fat and improve sleep because the honey gets converted into serotonin by the brain and helps production of the sleep hormone melatonin. The second being cinnamon, in addition to being a powerful anti-oxidant, imitates insulin and helps prevents too much fatty triglycerides from accumulating in the blood.

Anabolic eating book

anabolic eating book

I typically have nonfat to 1% low-fat cottage cheese or casein protein shake with skim milk and honey before hitting the sack. I sometimes even combine honey with cinnamon. The reason for this is two fold. The first is contrary to what you may believe, a teaspoon of raw honey can help burn fat and improve sleep because the honey gets converted into serotonin by the brain and helps production of the sleep hormone melatonin. The second being cinnamon, in addition to being a powerful anti-oxidant, imitates insulin and helps prevents too much fatty triglycerides from accumulating in the blood.

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