Yeah, I’ve read that from Charles, too. But I think of it this way…Berardi eats three whole eggs/day and countless other people here do too. I think its one of those things where you do what the situation warrants.
If we were all rich, then we could afford his $60/lb whey, have horse meat shipped to us to eat for breakfast, and alternate oatmeal with quinoa or something else all the time. [/quote]
Agreed. Most people can’t go to the extremes that Poliquin recommends with EVERY ASPECT OF NUTRITION without becoming a recluse who only eats, sleeps, trains, cooks and carries around a huge cooler of organic broccoli, kangaroo meat, and a bottle of $80 fish oil. Each thing he recommends sounds like a great idea in a ideal world, but unrealistic if you try to do EVERYTHING he says to do all at once.
I think the ideas presented by him are what people could and should do in an optimal situation.
just my .02