30Nov, 2009

The Meat and Nuts Breakfast

Happy Birthday to me!  The big 30!
To be honest it doesn’t feel like anything special.  I still feel the same….no depression has set in…I think I’ll be fine 😛
What was cool about turning 30?  Bokeem Woodbine and actor/comedian Eddie Griffen were at my birthday party.  If you don’t know Bokeem Woodbine he’s the dude in the 2pac video “I ain’t mad at cha'”

<<<He’s 2pac’s buddy!

Keep reading this post to hear my special birthday offer I’m giving for my women’s boot camp.

So lately I’ve been experimenting with this new breakfast technique for leanness and better mental clarity.  I have always said that my body is my laboratory and this is another experiment I’m trying out.

And the results?  Fantastic.  I have rotated this diet on for the past 2 weeks and I will do it about every 4 weeks from now on.

The Meat and Nuts Breakfast

This breakfast is good for those that want optimal leanness, balance out their blood sugar levels and better mental clarity.  This may not be for everyone so if this is something you don’t feel like you can do…then don’t do it.

I got this breakfast technique from Charle Poliquin (Health and fitness Genius….really) and he gets his pro athletes and movie stars to use this diet.

Heres what he has to say about the diet:

When people ask me for the best single dietary tip for optimal leanness, energy and sustained mental focus, I invariably tell them to try the rotating meat and nuts breakfast. Clients ranging from NHL & NFL stars to corporate executives, rave about the increased mental acuity and focused energy they derive from this food combination. The meat allows for a slow and steady rise in blood sugar. The nuts provide a great source of healthy smart fats that allow the blood sugar to remain stable for an extended period of time.

They have also done studies on employee productivity and childrens attention that a high protein breakfast does not only positively impact energy and productivity levels from morning til noon but it can extend into the late afternoon as well.

So here is how you do it:

Cycle it on for 5 days then take 4 weeks off.  Do not add anything to the diet in terms of other foods and liquids. Tea and coffee are allowed though.

If done properly you should feel more energetic in the morning and with a good diet you could drop a pound or two of fat.

Day 1
Chicken breast with a handful of natural macadamia nuts

Day 2
Lean steak with natural handful of cashew nuts

Day 3
Lean Turkey burgers with a handful of natural almonds

Day 4
Lean ground beef patties with a handful of natural brazillian nuts

Day 5
Lean beef with a handful of natural hazelnuts

I don’t see any harm in trying out this breakfast and if you want you can add some carbs to your mid morning snack if it is too extreme for you.

So for my birthday I wanna give you 21 days access to my boot camps for only $97.  That is 3 weeks of boot camp that usually costs $180 and you get it for only $97.

All you gotta do is call us (1-800-778-8828) before Friday December 4th  and Michelle will get you all set up with the trial.

I’d definitely take advantage of this offer.  My birthday comes along only once a year!

Dedicated to your fitness results,

Dan Go

Posted by Dan Go | in Fat Loss Nutrition | 6 Comments

Comments on “The Meat and Nuts Breakfast” (6)

  1. Cathy

    Can the existing members take advantage of this “birthday gift”??

  2. Talk to me tonight!

  3. Kai-An

    It’ll be nice if this breakfest meal could be developed into one of those frozen dinner packages. This way I could just get up in the morning and pop that thing in the microwave. Mose people nowadays don’t have time to prepare in the morning. 🙂 hmmm… a new business idea perhaps? Nutritional breakfest on the go.

  4. Lol always thinking Kai-an. Good idea although when things get frozen they tend to lose a lot of the nutrients you would get if it were fresh.

  5. Have you heard of the“Paleo Cookbooks” ? My friend recommended it to me and I was searching for it online and came across your site.

  6. Haven’t heard of the book per say but I have heard and practiced paleo nutrition habits. One of my most favourite types of plans to go on.


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