9781583942000

The Warrior Diet

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    9781583942000

  • ISBN10:

    1583942009

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2007-12-04
  • Publisher: Blue Snake Books
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Summary

The Warrior Diet presents a brilliant synthesis of modern scientific research and ancient time-tested secrets for reducing body fat, gaining energy, getting stronger, and looking younger. Our problem, according to Ori Hofmekler, is that we have lost touch with the natural wisdom of our instinctual drives. We have become the slaves of our own creature comforts. The result: ill-advised eating and lifestyle habits that leave us vulnerable to all manner of disease-not to mention unwanted flab, premature wrinkling, and a sagging, weak, unattractive body. The first step is to break the chains of our current eating habits. The Warrior Diet proves that humans are at their energetic, physical, mental, and passionate best when the "under-eat" during the day and "overeat" at night. Once you master this essential eating cycle, a new life of explosive vigour, good looks, and vitality will be yours for the taking. Hofmekler has revised and updated the original edition of this book, including new information on fitness and diet for women, new training exercises, and new comparative research on these revolutionary ideas. Not just a diet, but a whole way of life, The Warrior Diet encourages us to seize back the pleasures of being alive-from the most refined to the wild and raw. The Warrior Diet is practical, tested, and based in commonsense. Expect results!

Author Biography

Ori Hofmekler is a modern Renaissance man whose life has been driven by two passions: art and health. Hofmekler’s formative experience as a young man with the Israeli Special Forces prompted a life interest in diet and fitness regimes that help improve human survival.

A world renowned painter, best known for his controversial political satire, Ori’s work has been featured in magazines and newspapers worldwide, including Time, Newsweek, L’Express, Dezeit, Der Spiegel, New York Times, People, Rolling Stones, Esquire, The New Republic, Playboy as well as Penthouse, where he was a monthly columnist for seventeen years and Health Editor from 1998 — 2000. Ori has published two books of political art, Hofmekler’s People, and Hofmekler’s Gallery.

Ori authored the highly acclaimed “Maximum Muscle Minimum Fat” book, addressing the science and biological principles of muscle gain and fat loss

Ori resides with his wife and children in Woodland Hills, California

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
Forewordp. xix
Forewordp. xxi
Author's Prefacep. xxiii
Introduction to the Second Editionp. xxv
Introductionp. xxvii
Ancient Warriors vs. Modern Manp. xxvii
One Meal A Dayp. xxix
The Warrior Diet Advantagep. xxx
The "Stubborn Fat" Syndromep. xxxi
Some Practical Advice for Utilizing This Bookp. xxxii
The Warrior Instinctp. 1
The Instinct to Survive and Multiplyp. 1
The Hunter/Predator Instinctp. 2
The Scavenger Instinctp. 5
The Warrior Cyclep. 9
The Energetic Cyclep. 10
The Cycle of Materialism and Dematerialismp. 10
The Healing Process of the Cyclep. 11
All in the Timing-Finding Your Cyclep. 12
The Undereating Phasep. 13
Controlled Fastingp. 14
Daily Detoxification (Elimination of Toxins, Burning Fat, Anti-Aging)p. 19
The Adaptation Periodp. 22
What to Consume During the Undereating Phasep. 25
"Living" Foodsp. 25
What To Drinkp. 26
What To Eatp. 27
Proteinp. 28
Carbohydratesp. 30
Enzymesp. 31
Supplements for the Undereating Phasep. 33
Protein Powders: A Reviewp. 40
Summary of the Undereating Phasep. 43
The Overeating Phasep. 45
The Overeating Principlesp. 45
Controlled Overeatingp. 46
The Three Rules of Eatingp. 48
The Main Meal: Food Preparations for the Overeating Phasep. 55
The Importance of Choosing Fresh Foodsp. 55
Cooking Your Own Mealsp. 55
Proteinp. 60
Oilsp. 68
Carbohydratesp. 71
Fruitsp. 73
Grainsp. 74
Sweet Meals for a "Sweet Tooth"p. 77
Fiberp. 78
Fermented Foodsp. 79
The Acid-Base Balancing Factorp. 81
Salt Restrictionp. 84
The Most Allergenic Foodsp. 85
What Is Not Allowed on the Warrior Dietp. 85
The Warrior Diet Daily Food Cycle: What and When to Eat and Drinkp. 86
Stubborn Fatp. 91
What Is Stubborn Fat?p. 91
What Causes Stubborn Fat?p. 92
How to Prevent Stubborn Fatp. 94
How to Get Rid of Stubborn Fatp. 96
The Warrior Diet Versus Other Dietsp. 101
The Warrior Diet vs. the Frequent-Feeding Systemp. 103
Reviews of Popular Dietsp. 103
The All-American (Junk Food) Dietp. 104
High-Carbohydrate, Low-Fat, Low-Proteinp. 105
The Zone (40/30/30)p. 106
High-Protein, Low- or No-Carbohydratep. 107
Holistic Dietsp. 109
Lessons from Historyp. 113
The Romans-An Empire of Wanderersp. 114
The Greco-Roman Warrior Cyclep. 116
Concept of Food and the Roman Dietp. 118
Rules of Eatingp. 124
Sickness and Medicinep. 126
Living Off the Landp. 127
Summaryp. 128
Conclusions for the Modern "Warrior"p. 132
The Warrior Diet Ideap. 137
Cycling the Warrior Dietp. 137
Cycling the Autonomic Nervous Systemp. 139
The Instinct to Overeatp. 140
Glycogen Stretchingp. 142
How Much Body Fat Should You Have?p. 143
Building Muscles Without Gaining Fatp. 144
Insulin Insensitivityp. 145
The Sense of Freedomp. 145
The Romantic Instinctp. 147
The Aggressive Instinctp. 150
The Myth of Eating Whole Foods Onlyp. 150
Chemical and Environmental Toxins, and Other Stressors in Everyday Lifep. 151
Prostate Enlargement Problemsp. 157
Questions & Answersp. 163
Sex Drive, Potency, and Animal Magnetismp. 171
Sex, Power, and Instinctsp. 171
Male Performance Factorsp. 174
Potency and Dietp. 174
Overtraining vs. Your Sex Drivep. 179
The Warrior Diet-Instinctual Living and Potencyp. 180
Women on the Warrior Dietp. 183
The Warrior Workout: Controlled-Fatigue Trainingp. 187
Lean 'n' Mean for a Lifetimep. 188
The Warrior Controlled-Fatigue Training Goalsp. 189
The Controlled-Fatigue Training Principlesp. 189
Make strength-training priorities: joints and backp. 189
Combine strength, speed, and high-velocity exercisep. 190
Train to resist fatiguep. 194
Do not train to reach failurep. 196
Make your workout shortp. 198
Pre-Workout and Recovery Mealsp. 199
The Exercise Programp. 202
The Exercise Manualsp. 206
Pre-Fatigue Exercisep. 207
Post-Fatigue Exercisep. 211
The Core Exercisep. 214
Lateralsp. 218
Supportive Manual Exercise (Abs, Back, Shoulders)p. 222
Workout and Dietp. 235
Women Who Follow the Warrior Workoutp. 236
Warrior Meals and Recipesp. 239
Meatsp. 240
Eggsp. 242
Baked and Grilled Mealsp. 245
Soupsp. 247
Dessertsp. 248
Referencesp. 253
Indexp. 00
About the Authorp. 00
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