Diet Guide for fat loss, muscle gains, disease prevention and overall health - Part 1

From calorie deficit for temporary weight loss, to keto for controlling type 2 diabetes, to veganism for helping save the planet, to Low-FODMAP to reduce symptoms of IBS, there's a diet for everyone and every reason.

The problem with most of these is the kind of restriction it puts in the body. Calorie deficit lowers the metabolic rate, and the rest of them may cause severe nutritional deficiencies.

Meanwhile, there's clean and processed versions of them all, with the latter giving the impression that:

  • it's ok to have highly processed foods filled with sugar (and some of these products still contribute significantly to the destruction of our planet) as long as they carry the "Vegan" label on the box, 
  • or it's ok to have "Low Fat" and "Low Calorie" processed foods, despite both such products have massively contributed to chronic disease like insulin resistance and gut dysbiosis (both in turn causing a web of several other diseases as well),
  • or it's ok to have bacon and sausages on a daily basis, despite their contribution to heart disease and cancer, as long as we don't consume fruit, potatoes and other carbs, ever.
When I was dealing with PCOS, IBS-C, insulin resistance and prediabetes, severe hypertension, obesity, infertility, and severe anemia, I took a different approach and have successfully cured all of the aforementioned. 

Even now in my mid-30s when I'm dealing with surgical menopause from a much required hysterectomy for severe uterine prolapse and chronic labor pains, (which at my age, a hysterectomy can severely increase the risks for heart disease, diabetes, muscle loss, osteoporosis and hyperlipidemia), my nutritional and fitness regimen has helped me keep 28 menopause symptoms at bay, and despite the hormonal shock induced in my body by this surgery, I've still managed to lose fat and gain significant, visible muscle.

This regimen may not be for everyone. And the main reason for that is NOT that we are all different. I hold that reason to be secondary and may not even be an issue at all. The main reason is that it takes a lot of discipline and hard work compared to other diets. 
  • You will have to change the way you feel about food. 
  • You will have to change or completely get rid of habits, cultural or social traditions and certain rules that you followed for perhaps several decades. 
  • Some foods you have to forget they exist, and other foods that you already forgot about, you will have to introduce into your diet.
  • You will have to be patient with it. It's not a quick, temporary fix to your problems. It's a whole lifetime of principles that can restore your health and sustain it for the long term.
  • You may also have withdrawal symptoms at first, when completely cutting out artificial, processed foods.
For me it was relatively easy, because I've struggled with severe chronic pain and suffering my whole life. It was affecting everything. And the family history of serious diseases and types of early deaths has placed a significant fear in me that has been used as a drive to stay consistent with this diet and permanently get rid of everything that was poisoning me.

I'm not here to sell anything. I will give you everything, right in this blog, for free, all the details on what I have done, to cure my so-called incurable diseases, and stay healthy.

But it's entirely up to you, and whether you're finally ready to commit, to try a different approach, one that you will have to keep for the rest of your life, so you can treat and prevent as much chronic disease as possible, to stay healthy, live longer, and look and feel great.

I am NOT a doctor, personal trainer, registered dietician, nutritionist, athlete, influencer, nor at the end of my fitness journey. The content of this blog is based on what worked for me and is for informational purposes only, not a replacement for medical advice from a professional. Furthermore, we and our bodies are unique, so everybody is different. My results may not reflect your own. Any action you take upon the information provided by ZenGainz is strictly at your own risk.

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