I’ve just started the fat fast diet and plan to stay on it for about 4 weeks to lose the majority of my winter bodyfat deposits. This is a pretty extreme diet and when it’s I’ll be looking for a long term diet that can be adapted for gaining mass or losing fat and won’t be so hard to stick to. I’ve tried a lot of different diets based on multiple nutrient ratios though I’ve never really given the Iso-Caloric diet a try. It seems very interesting and the logic behind it appears to have merit.
Does anyone know where to get some good information for that diet plan? I’ve scoured the net but came up empty for the most part. Seems everyone is crazy on CKDs, TKDs and your garden variety diets. I’d be interested in knowing if you’re supposed to strive for the 33/33/33 ratio at every meal or only to achieve that ratio as a total at the end of the day. Also does it matter what carbs you ingest or is it not that specific? My instincts tell me that the ratio is something you shoot for on an end of the day basis as post and preworkout nutrition isn’t optimized for the iso-caloric ratio.
If anyone can point me to some good information on the diet or even answer some questions on the forum then please do.