This thread is for discussing the fundamentals and proper application of the WD.
"The Warrior Diet" by Ori Hofmekler: http://www.warriordiet.com/
Taken from the website:
"Its premise: eat one main meal at night, avoid chemicals, combine foods adequately and challenge your body physically. The Warrior Diet shows how to nourish the body in sync with its innate circadian clock ? separating between a.m. foods and p.m. foods for effective removal of toxins, increased conversion of fat for energy, increased utilization of nutrients and improved resilience to stress. The result: a leaner, stronger and healthier body."
While many who use the WD have reported fat loss, muscle mass increases and improved energy, neither the WD, nor this thread, propose to be the one and only way to reach any specific goal. The emphasis is on health and finding what works for you.
** This thread is NOT for attacking or arguing against the Warrior Diet. If you disagree with the WD principles, start your own thread on your preferred eating style and make your case with your results.
** Flaming, personal attacks and non-contributory posting will be reported to the Mods with a request for a ban.
** It's preferred that posters state whether they have a) READ THE BOOK, b) TRIED THE WD (and for how long). If you tried it and had poor results, you are welcome to provide objective statements in an attempt to explain why you do not think it work for you. This will be so others can learn from your experience or so you can be coached for better results next time you try it.
** Please respect all other members trying to learn or share their learning on the topic.
The Warrior Diet Creator & Author,