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MaxDiet Week: Introduction

I occasionally mention my diet, which has spawned some questions in a recent thread as well as in my survey results.

So this week I'm going to explain my diet in detail, focusing on what I eat, why I eat it, and the facts behind the food.

The ideas aren't mine originally, and I'm certainly not the only person to eat this way, but I call it the MaxDiet because there is no formal name for it, and from the research I've done it appears to be the best possible diet.

How to Eat Healthy Without Going Crazy

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Nutrition and health is something I take very seriously. Thus eating Healthy without going crazy is one of the key elements to having amazing health.

Although when I'm out eating I put no limits on what I eat, because I like to try new and varied things, when I am home I am very picky. Eating healthy is one of those things I refer to as cumulative habits; Eating healthy for one day or a week out of the year has practically no effect on your life, but eating healthy for 80%+ of the year might add an extra 2 months your life as well as possibly fill you with energy you never knew you had.

Information regarding healthy eating is almost as insane, and convoluted as information regarding how to bake an apple pie, there tons of it, a lot of it is bogus, and most of the good information is filled with confusing words or assumes you know the specifics of how the body works. Thus I've decided to make my own small guide on the decisions I make daily to eat healthy, although sometimes when I go out I don't follow them. NOTE: if you are overweight, I highly recommend you get that handled before you start alternating, unless you are doing a slow-carb type diet with a cheat day. Regardless being overweight is bad, and is one of those things in life that comes with no benefits.

Eating healthy does not be hard, in fact I'm going to outline what to do in three easy steps. Its going to look so easy that people might think I'm crazy.

1. Get rid of all simple carbohydrates. This means Sugar, Bread, Pasta, Rice, potato, corn syrup. I would avoid any "whole grain" products as well, as they usually are just white carbs with color or grains readded. Brown Rice is acceptable. As a general rule just avoid anything made with flour or that's sole purpose is sweetening. Agave, sucralose, honey,bread, pasta and rice all fit in this category

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