Okay, I’ve slacked a little bit, relatively speaking, but the updated version of 180 Kitchen:?180 Tips, Recipes, and More is complete.
Nearly half a year has passed while I have been left mortified at some of the low-carb one-liners lingering in 180 Kitchen. Well, no more “golfball-sized” portions of starch, dumb recipes for things like a “cream shake” to drink with meals as a fat supplement, and so on.
That’s not to say that I went all low-fat on you guys. Actually, most of the recipes and fundamentals?remain with little to no alteration. At the end of the day, what I feel is by far the most important factor in maintaining good health long-term is being able to make satisfying whole foods-based dishes in your own home – without the addition of ingredients that inevitably turn up when dinner turns all commercial (like vegetable oil, chemical flavor enhancers, refined sugar, and who knows what else).
I still believe, with unshakable solidarity, that the ultimate long-term key to success with any health pursuit?is making enjoyable food in your own home from unadulterated ingredients in the most quick, simple, and time-efficient way possible. This is even more true for those that are in charge of feeding not just themselves, but an entire family of hungry mouths of all shapes and sizes.
But there were some changes, most notably with the?menu plans.?The most major changes are:
- A 7-day menu plan’to accompany the?eBOOK, with a starch emphasis
- A discussion and brief menu plan for Maximum Nutrient Partitioning (MNP) for gaining the most muscle possible with the least amount of body fat
- A discussion and brief’sample menu for 6 popular ways?for fat loss discussed in 180 Metabolism and in recent times – including everything from carbohydrate cycling, calorie cycling or?”cheat” dieting as discussed in THIS POST, Intermittent fasting, Weight loss for the morbidly obese, and a’starch-based approach to fat loss that has been the subject of?late
- A section dedicated entirely to Resistant starch, a substance I hope to write about soon that has numerous implications for weight loss, increased metabolism/mitochondrial activity,?increased insulin sensitivity,?etc.
- And a handful of other updates, including several minor adjustments to old classics like “Creamy Grits.”
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