A question about weekly weigh-ins in our private Facebook group this week and so many Instagram accounts still approaching weight loss in the worst possible way, prompted this blog piece.
When people first start on a Ray Peat diet, most find it confusing, overwhelming and contradictory to everything else they’ve ever learned about health.
Then some negative effects start to kick in. They start to wonder if this approach is any good at all. Isn’t a Ray Peat diet supposed to be great for your health? Why do I feel like crap?
At this point, most give it away.
In a few conversations and posts I’ve seen in Ray Peat Groups this week, people are advising others not to calorie restrict or go into a calorie deficit. Supposedly it’s no good for their health.
Is this true though? What exactly does everyone mean by calorie deficit or calorie restriction?
At the start of my Ray Peat style diet journey, everything I read at the time said to balance your macros at every meal.
So that’s all three macros – protein, fats and carbohydrates.
One reason was blood sugar balance. The other main reason, was to make sure you were getting all your macros in for the day in the correct proportions to be beneficial.
So far so good. Logically it makes sense.
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Does eating dairy foods give you big boobs and belly fat?
In my experience – yes it does. But let me explain why I’m not quitting dairy altogether.
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Everyone needs an easy curry recipe in their repertoire.
A lovely new follower of my blog and books, found a picture on my Instagram of this Coconut Fish Curry which I haven’t made for years. She was looking for the recipe on my blog but couldn’t find it, because it wasn’t there!
So thanks for your lovely request! I made it again to ensure it works and made a slight change, complete with Ray Peat Inspired twist. So this easy curry recipe is how I would make it now and is still delicious. Enjoy!
I just wanted to show everyone how I am incorporating more fruit and protein into my meals with this High Protein Rice Salad.
Once you measure out all the components too, it shows how easily the fat portion rises quickly, even when I am really trying to keep all added fat to a minimum. (There’s more than enough in the food itself.)