Chad Waterbury- My Daddy Told Me About Him…

My Daddy called me and told me about this diet that Chad Waterbury had posted.  I know that 50 percent of fitness is the way you eat.  I am noticing a trend here…at least 100 oz of water a day and protein and veggies.  Low carb/high protein is the way the go in my opinion.  Following the K.I.S.S. way of dieting always seems to give better results.  I am still having a little problem eating 4 to 5 times a day.  The medication that I am taking cuts my appetite and I honestly forget to est until I feel my stomach growling.  I’m working on the eating part.

Everyone is different you should find a way of eating that suits you.  I am just saying…I am noticing lots of high protein/low carb plan out there.

Here is the plan that Chad Waterbury put up.  There is a link to his blog as well…

 

HOW TO GET RIPPED WITH FOOD

Vegetables to choose from: artichoke, asparagus, beets, Bok choy, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, green beans, kale, mushrooms, okra, onions, peppers, spinach, squash, tomato. These can be eaten raw, steamed, or in a big salad drizzled with a little olive oil and/or balsamic vinegar.

DAY 1: At 8am, noon, 4pm, and 8pm eat as much of any vegetable as you want, in any combination. You don’t have to eat at those exact times, but spread out the four meals as evenly as possible. Drink 100 ounces of water.

DAYS 2-4: Eat vegetables at the same four times each day but add in 20 grams of protein from fish, chicken, lean beef, turkey, eggs or seafood at 8am and 4pm meals. This equates to 3-4 ounces of fish, chicken, lean beef, turkey, or seafood or 3-4 whole eggs at those two meals. Drink 100 ounces of water.

DAYS 5-7: At 8am, noon, 4pm, and 8pm eat vegetables in any combination and quantity and have 20 grams of protein (3-4 ounces) from fish, chicken, lean beef, turkey, seafood or 3-4 eggs at each meal. Drink 100 ounces of water.

What about supplements? For one week I recommend you avoid any of them, even after lifting weights. This should not be a week where you’re looking to achieve a new one-rep max in your lifts. Think of this as a detox program for your body and organs with the side-effect being rapid fat loss.

On the morning of day 1 take your weight and waist measurement (around your navel) and repeat those measurements on the morning of Day 8 – the day you return to your normal schedule.

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