The Renegade Diet Review
The Renegade Diet, developed by renowned bodybuilder Jason Ferruggia, seeks to solve the three problems bodybuilders experience with most diets on the market. Ferruggia states that the majority of muscle building programs get you fat with the muscle, get you lean with less muscle or are just too hard to follow due to extreme carb cutting.
With the Renegade Diet, Ferruggia promises that his method will be easy to follow and easy to stick with because there are no drastic diet changes that will leave you starved; and you will soon be on your way to building muscle and shredding fat at the same time.
What Do You Get?
For one single payment, you will receive The Renegade Diet eBook:
• You will learn how to build muscle and shred fat simultaneously.
• You will be able to eat wholesome foods, including carbs.
• The diet is simple to follow.
What Are People Saying About It?
The Renegade Diet pretty much breaks three steadfast rules in the dieting world.
One, breakfast is not as important as everyone makes it out to be. According to clinical studies reported in The American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition, and published in the New York Times, researchers found no link between eating breakfast and weight loss or that it helped people consume less calories throughout the day.
Two, dinner is no longer the smallest and lightest meal but a feast. Ferruggia states that research has shown timing plays no consequential role when it comes to eating meals in the evening. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics agree with him; the Academy rightfully states that one’s metabolism never stops so it is highly improbable that food consumed before bed turns to fat when you’re asleep. The Academy goes on to state that this myth has been perpetuated as a diet trick so dieters would consume fewer calories.
Three, Ferruggia does not believe in consuming 6 small meals a day. Science shows this is also another myth. By constantly eating throughout the day, you’re encouraging your body to release insulin. This tells your body to get in absorption mode and thus, your body will start to absorb and store sugar, which will then be converted to fat. It’s also very easy to lose calorie count with small meals and people will tend to eat more. Additionally, eating small meals can leave you unsatisfied and that may lead to overeating at the next meal time.
The problem with most diets and the reason why people are constantly failing them is because they’re too restrictive. All you get are hunger pains and intense cravings, which will eventually lead to binge eating. You’re also slowing down your metabolic rate, so fewer calories are being burnt. The Renegade Diet offers wholesome meals which are healthy and filling. Reviewers reported that they never felt apprehensive with this diet as they did with others; there was no fear of failing because they never felt deprived or excessively hungry. Many attributed this as the reason why they completed the diet.
However, the diet does advocate intermittent fasting as an alternative to consuming breakfast. This is done as a detox measure and will also to allow your liver a chance to rejuvenate and keep insulin levels low. When insulin levels are low, your body goes into post-absorption phase, which means it is digesting and using up that food energy, not storing it. Reviewers were pleasantly surprised with the fasting phase; it did not become a problem because it was only done in the morning, and then followed by light afternoon meals and a feast for dinner. Some believed the dinner feast kept them fuelled throughout the morning fasting.
Fasting is not for everyone, especially diabetics and persons with other illnesses. People interested in a diet that involves fasting should always seek professional medical advice before embarking on it. The Renegade Diet fails to mention this precaution.
The Renegade Diet offers answers to many burning diet questions, especially for people who previously failed at dieting. The book goes through at least 20 of these pertinent questions. Some reviewers felt that for the first time they were finally understanding their failures and being educated on the smart way to diet.
The renegade Diet is not a short term diet. It is definitely a long term lifestyle diet. And you will not see results with this diet alone, an exercise regimen in mandatory. Reviewers understood that this was a diet book but a deeper focus on setting up an exercise routine would have been very welcome. Ferruggia talks about physical transformation but hardly focuses on exercise and training.
Is It A Scam?
Jason Ferruggia is no lightweight. He has extensive knowledge of the fitness industry: he has written for many national publications such as Men’s Health, MMA Sports Magazine, Muscle and Fitness, and Maximum Fitness. At Men’s Fitness Magazine, Ferruggia is the chief training advisor and he also serves on the advisory board for Live Strong.
There are many professional reviews that praise the Renegade Diet. These reviews are from very respected individuals in the fitness industry and they have all put their names, faces and reputations behind their reviews.
Moreover, Ferruggia’s assertions are all backed by scientific studies and plain science facts. This is no scam, just plain logical advice on dieting the right way and learning how to build muscle at the same time. However, results are dependent on the amount of effort you will put into this, especially with the exercise component.
Where To Buy And Download?
You must purchase Jason Ferruggia’s The Renegade Diet from his official website in order to benefit from the 60 day money back guarantee.
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