The Wild Diet

the wild dietThe Wild Diet is a nutrition plan created by Abel James which is available to purchase on Amazon (in Hardcover, Kindle, or Audible format).

The Wild Diet book focuses on eating whole and naturally edible foods (similar to a paleo diet plan), while avoiding processed foods. The Wild Diet claims to be able to help you lose up to 20 lbs in 40 days if you take it seriously.

Inside Abel’s book you’ll find healthy breakfast ideas similar to what I eat to maintain six pack abs year round, along with a wide variety of general nutrition advice.

At the time of this writing, The Wild Diet pdf has a 4.5 star rating on Amazon, with over 85% of it’s reviewers giving the book a 5 star review.

The Wild Diet Review

On Abel’s blog, he points out how obvious it is that you don’t have to look back hundreds of years to trace the roots of rampant obesity. Only within a generation or two is it even possible to get as overweight as people are getting these days.

I like the statement Abel makes: “Once upon a time, food was food.”

The concepts just mentioned are elaborated upon in much more detail in the presentation Nucific made for their Bio X4 probiotic and weight management supplement. If you’d like to see Dr. Amy Lee’s presentation where she tears apart today’s world of deceptive food packaging and marketing and essentially exposes the “big corporations” for what they are, just head over to our Bio X4 review and click the yellow “get more info” button.

The truth is, it’s obvious how much things have changed at the local supermarket over the past 20, 30, or 40 years. Sometimes we just need a moment of clarity, to step back and take a look at the bigger picture. Abel James is our guy.

After The Wild Diet plan was recently featured on ABC’s My Diet Is Better Than Yours TV series, it’s gaining wild popularity – and for a good reason. Not only does his diet plan have nearly ubiquitous praise in it’s Amazon reviews, it also started out the My Diet Is Better Than Yours TV show as the top performing nutrition plan for weight loss.

One of the core ideas behind The Wild Diet pdf is to switch your body into “fat burning mode” by eating fresh ingredients and satisfying fats such as butter.

As a side note, The Wild Diet is primarily focused on the nutrition side of the weight loss equation. If you’re a guy over the age of 40 and you’re trying to get lean, you may want to consider reading our Abs After 40 review to get the low down on what it takes to get six pack abs later in life.

Matt Explains WHY The Wild Diet Works

the wild diet reviewThe Wild Diet basically is a nutrition plan consisting of Protein and Fat, while keeping Carbs down.

If you’re a regular follower on the 6 Pack Fast Track youtube channel, you probably already know that your body’s main source of fuel is carbohydrates. Your body literally will choose to run on carbs, as long as you’re eating carbs.

By reducing your carbohydrate intake, your body will be forced to run on something else. What is “that” something else? You guessed it, fat (until you run out of fat, then you’re body will start running on muscle – but 99.99% of us will never need to worry about this).

The general idea is, if you eat too many carbohydrates the surplus will be converted to fat cells in the body and stored for use at a later time. But if you’re always eating lots of carbs, your body won’t ever have to tap into that supply of fat to start living off of! Simple, right? It’s amazing how many people don’t understand this simple principle.

Furthermore, “a carb is not a carb”. There is something called “glycemic index” which applies to all carbs. It’s a scale from 0 to 100.

And no I’m not just making this up, you can check it out for yourself at Harvard University.

For example:
Sugar is a carb with a glycemic index of 100.
Oatmeal is a carb with a glyemic index of about 55.

Carbs with a high glycemic index spike your blood sugar levels, and contribute to terrible disease’s like diabetes. High G.I. (glycemic index) carbs should be used immediately for energy (like sprints) or they’ll be stored as fat for later use. Lower glycemic index carbs like oatmeal can be eaten, and the body will use these carbs over the course of the day and not necessarily store as fat right away. Lower G.I. carbs also don’t spike your blood sugar levels as much (relative to that 0 to 100 scale) and therefore are much less likely to give you diabetes.

In a nutshell the concept of The Wild Diet pdf is to eat protein (the building blocks of life), and eat some fat (for taste and so you can actually stick to the diet), and avoid carbs ESPECIALLY high glycemic index carbs and processed foods. Since you’re going on a diet for weight loss, chances are your body has a bunch of fat on it, so The Wild Diet aims to use this excess fat as fuel rather than fueling the body with carbs.

Flaws of The Wild Diet and Summary

The Wild Diet plan completely neglects the dangers of saturated fat and cholesterol to heart health. While it may be a surprise to many of you who are reading this page, it’s no secret that heart disease is the leading cause of death in America and many other developed nations.

For those of you who are particularly concerned about improving or maintaining a healthy heart and circulatory function you may find Dr. Bereliani’s VitaPulse antioxidant and vitamin blend to be a helpful supplement.

If immediate weight loss is your goal, The Wild Diet can be an effective tool to get the ball rolling. For many individuals who are overweight, and especially those whom are not following any plan whatsoever, The Wild Diet may be a dramatic improvement.
However, after you form better eating habits initially, over the long haul, we recommend you watch your saturated fats and cholesterol intake if you don’t want to die of heart disease.

Also, as you begin to near your weight loss goal, you may want to consider to start using carbs (low G.I.) to fuel your body again. Carbs are not the enemy, it’s the high G.I. carbs eaten in excess and lack of exercise that is your enemy.

Carbs are fuel for your body, but if you don’t use them they’ll be stored as fat. I personally eat a ton of carbs (low glycemic index), much more than I eat protein or fat!

Also, there is no “cheat day” in The Wild Diet, unlike The Day Off Diet. Sometimes it’s hard to stick to a diet that is super strict for a long time. There’s something about not having “a day off of your diet” makes it impractical to stick to. Of course you could always work in a cheat day here and there while following The Wild Diet, but don’t go too overboard.

As a quick side note, either of the two previously mentioned nutrition plans trumps The Short-Burt Diet.

Here at 6 Pack Fast Track our mantra is FitNESS. Get Fit via Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep, and Supplementation.

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Each of these components are critical to living the happiest, healthiest life you can.

Sometimes at the end of the day it’s all about finding a mentor that inspires you and motivates you to take action! If Abel James inspires you and motivates you to take your health back, I encourage you to get The Wild Diet book right now and take action on his advice immediately!

If you can’t afford it, or you’re simply not convinced The Wild Diet is for you, you can check out the 6 Pack Fast Track YouTube channel for free!