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The Renegade Diet! Skip breakfast, intermittent fasting.

 
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The Renegade Diet! Skip breakfast, intermittent fasting.
How To Do It.
The Renegade Diet divides your day into three sections—the fasting phase (16 hours), the undereating phase (four hours), and the overeating phase (four hours). It plays out like this: you’ll have a long fasting period followed by a few light meals consisting mainly of protein, fat, and vegetables. At night, you have a four-hour “feast” where you get most of your carbs for the day.

The fasting phase is designed to give your digestive system a break and speed fat loss. It can improve insulin sensitivity and promote greater release of growth hormone and insulin-like growth factors, and it lets you maintain steady energy and mental focus throughout the day. The nightly feast creates a slight anabolic effect so you can gain muscle, and it helps you fall into a deeper, more restful sleep.

1. Fast. Counting the time you spent sleeping the night before, you should go a total of 16 hours without food. So if you had your last meal of the day at 10 p.m. last night, you won’t eat until 2 p.m. today. Drink lots of water during this time. Not only will it help you control hunger, but it will keep you focused and energetic.

2. To break the fast, juice some vegetables or drink a whey protein shake blended with spinach (mix it up well and you won’t taste the leaves). Begin the undereating phase by consuming mainly easily-digested protein and fat foods, and vegetables. White fish, eggs, nuts, and yogurt are all options. You can have some carbs, but limit them to fruit (Ferruggia recommends berries). This goes on for four hours.

3. Do your weight workout (if you can’t do this in the afternoon, the morning option is explained below), and then drink a protein shake and eat sweet potatoes for a post-workout meal. The overeating phase has now begun. You may want to pop some digestive enzymes before you feast to help you digest everything—most of your calorie intake for the day comes now. Start the extended feast with a large salad (you can squeeze some prebiotics in here, too), and then eat a big protein dinner. Grass-fed beef, chicken, fish, etc. Follow that with some big servings of carbs—sweet potatoes are Ferruggia’s preference. This sequence of prebiotics/probiotics and vegetables, followed by meat and then carbs is the prescribed order, and can be repeated until you’ve had your fill.

This is the basic plan for losing your gut while gradually gaining muscle mass, but it can be adjusted. If you are very overweight (Ferruggia says 15% body fat or higher), you must concentrate on getting lean first and improving your body’s sensitivity to insulin. Otherwise, the carbs you eat will most likely make you fatter. In this case, you would eat no carbs save for some berries and maybe a sweet potato after your workout. If you are skinny and want to bulk up, you can shorten the undereating phase by a few hours in order to consume more food. Also, you should eat more carbs at night.

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I'm on week 2 and it was hard initially to skip breakfast, but drink a-lot of water. You're just dehydrated! I didn't see any posts on this in the search.
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Re: The Renegade Diet! Skip breakfast, intermittent fasting.
fasting burns up ALL THE CRAP IN YOUR STOMACHE

FAST = LIVING LONGER
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Funny, this is basically the natural rhythm I fell into while trying to get healthy... I really don't like having breakfast now. But I do drink coffee in the morn, will this effect the entire system negatively?
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Re: The Renegade Diet! Skip breakfast, intermittent fasting.
The actual renegade diet follows below. Of course it's far too simple and very few will heed this advice.

Eat less, move more!
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Coffee in the morning is fine! However I find I am full of energy all day without it! You burn fat in the morning.

This diet mimics how we used to eat back in the hunter gatherer days. Breakfast would be a light snack or nothing. Then later in the day you would finally get your big kill and feast for 4-5 hours.

So I eat light snacks after noon and then workout. After workout Ill eat the rest of my protein carb and fat intake according to my plan for losing weight. I sleep like a baby.
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Bumping for the afternoon crew.
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bump
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Great thread OP!

Here are my guidelines:

12-STEP QUICK START GUIDE:
1. Skip Breakfast.
2. Drink water and coffee during the early morning.
3. Fast for 14-16 hours from your last meal.
4. Eat 20-35 gr of Protein, 1-15 gr of Fats, and veggies for your next 4 hours after your Fast. No fruits or starchy carbs.
5. You can have 1-3 meals during this four hour under eating phase (12-4 pm).
6. If you train in the afternoon (after 4pm), immediately start eating higher calories and carbs afterwards for the next 4 hours. If you train in the morning, have protein and 25-40 gr of carbs (bananas or sweet potatoes).
7. You can have 1-3 meals during the overeating phase (4-8 pm).
8. Stop eating 2-3 hours before bedtime.
9. Set protein at 1 gr per pound of desired bodyweight.
10. For fat loss, set calories at 12x bodyweight and carbs at .3-1 gr per pound of bodyweight.
11. For muscle gain, set calories at 16x bodyweight and carbs at 1-4 gr per pound of bodyweight.
12. Fill the rest of your daily caloric allotment with healthy fats, but don't go overboard.
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