What is the Man Flow Diet?
The Man Flow Diet is the diet that I use. In particular, it is extremely effective for weight loss and building lean muscle. It also helps you stay energized throughout the day, without crashing around lunch time and having sluggish afternoons.
Here is the format of the Man Flow Diet:
The food section features foods that I personally consume on a regular basis, categorized by: (1) protein, (2) low-carb vegetables, (3) high-carb vegetables, (4) legumes, (5) fat-rich foods, (6) nuts, (7) drinks, (8) snacks, and (9) cooking oils, condiments, additives, etc. Beyond these, there are the “Okay” and “Shadowland” lists.
The “Okay” list includes grains, simple carbs, and other foods that I consider to be acceptable for consumption, but not recommended for consumption multiple times throughout the day (unless your goal is weight gain). The “Shadowland” list includes those foods that you should avoid.
The following section features some of my favorite meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, pre-workout, and post-workout. The final section of the guide teaches you to “cheat” your diet with two specific “cheat’ methods that I’ve tested and found to be effective.
Here’s how you should approach this guide to the Man Flow Diet:
- Read the importance concepts and guidelines section.
- Scan the food section for foods that you like. Pick a few that you know how to cook. (If you don’t know how to cook, get the Man Flow Cookbook.)
- Choose one or two variations of breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, pre-workout, and post-workout meals that you can commit to for the next four weeks. The simpler, the better.
- Read the cheat section and determine which cheat method you’d like to utilize. (You don’t get to do both.)