My buddy Dr. Sears sent an email today. Or at least I got around to viewing it today. Man, when email gets stacked up to 500 unread, I begin to mass delete operations. So much nonsense going around the internet.
However, let me quote something from his note, that fits hand in glove with what we are doing with the Tim Ferriss PAGG technique.
Your body can dump pounds of fat with one simple command.
With the opposite command, it can pack on the pounds.
Wouldn’t it be better to push the “dump fat” button?
Problem is, we often tell it to do just the opposite.
Why does this happen?
Over millions of years, our bodies developed a survival mechanism.
When our protein intake goes up, our bodies let go of fat stores. When protein intake goes down, our bodies hold on to fat.
These commands are really that simple.
High protein = Dump fat
Low protein = Store fat
What does this have to do with survival?
When protein intake goes down, your body fears starvation and death. To help you survive, it stores fat and doesn’t let go.
This reaction developed as humans went through periods of feast and famine over thousands of generations.
But here’s the problem. In today’s world, we’re surrounded by food, but our bodies still react as if we’re starving.
All the low-protein chips, snacks, bread, and processed foods give our bodies the “fear of starvation” reaction.
That means your body is storing fat.
The easy solution is: Get more protein, and your body chooses the “dump fat” option.
But since we’re not living in the woods hunting our game anymore, here’s what to do:
Just add a couple scoops of protein powder to your favorite juice or even water.
It really is that simple.
This is the kind of protein that gets your body to hit the “dump fat” button.
It’s fast and simple. (end of email)
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