I suppose I do. Wai draws people who aim for the optimal. It's like betting on the roll of a die that has 4 green sides and 2 red sides. Optimal strategy is to take the 'extreme' of betting on green 100% of the time instead of 66.67% of the time.RRM wrote:Hmm, you like extremes, dont you?
So, a year has passed since I had my excess sugar problem (viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3373). I restored my health using a Weston Price/Wai hybrid diet. I split my calories approximately so:
70% fat (coconut oil, butter, animal fat)
20% protein (chicken liver, beef, yolks, fish)
10% carb (tomato, strawberries, maybe a banana)
Water instead of OJ. I live in a desert.
I've made it back to where I historically have been in terms of weight/body. My stats are 31, male, 67.5 inches (172 cm), 128 lb (58 kg). But now I'm looking to shake things up in an effort to further improve health, get abs/less body fat, and gain more strength. Ideally I want to weight 144 lb (65 kg). The warrior diet would fit in with my schedule nicely. I'm beginning the transition slowly. I've started with moving my morning snack to the evening and making sure to work out at night. Next will be to move breakfast to late night.
I'll note here that I have a very physically intense job during the afternoon. I expend about 2800 calories per day, it seems. I also have an exercise routine that goes like so:
Wednesday: intense cardio (running or jump rope)
My job consists of many hours of walking and lifting. It ends around 18:30 at night. Ultimately, I'm considering a daily eating schedule that looks like so:
18:30-19:15: (right after work) banana, strawberries w/coconut oil, fish, tomato (~500 calories)
20:00-20:45: (right after workout) massive meal of beef, liver, yolks, butter, tomato
And so it would be a 2-3 hour eating window at night.