I’ve gotten the book from someone.
To be honest,I’m glad I got it and didn’t buy it bc for me the recipes wouldve been a waste of money. They use lots of cream/cowdairy products,eggs etc.
It’s really heavily Peat inspired.
@cookin Personally, I think it’ll be a rip-off of yhe Metabolic Blueprint and basically will come down to recipes with sugars/fruits,sat.fats,proteine/dairy,salt and starch in form of roots&tubers and rice. so,basically a Peatish framework…..I think it’s much cheaper to google recipes with these ingredients but thats just my opinion.
The recipes in metabolic blueprint,i already came across on several blogs in somewhat the same form.
Thanks for the reply @Dutchie. I’m considering the program since they guide you on the foods, body temps, pulse etc. I know it sounds easy, but I’m not familiar enough with Ray Peat to figure out exactly what to eat when, how much, what time of day etc. I also don’t know how to tweak my diet and intake to improve temp. and pulse. I don’t want to go the route of Matt Stone and gain a crap load of weight either. I guess I like the idea of being ‘coached’ along the way. But still, $300 just seems so steep. For some reason I keep coming back to it, wanting to try it, against my better judgement since Josh sounds a bit ‘amateurish’. And of course, if it does improve my health, then $300 is nothing….
Thanks @curiouscoconut. @Dutchie- does the cookbook have any information besides the recipes? Ie, when to eat what etc? If it did have some guidance it might be worth it and could save myself some money on the program….