The only time I don’t eat vegan is when visiting friends or relatives who haven’t prepared a special vegan dish.
So I guess I’d call myself 90% vegan.Click Here for my article on getting Super-Lean by Eating a High Carb Diet (Opposite of Keto).
I feel better than ever and despite my lower protein intake, I haven’t lost any muscle mass.
Here’s a video showing ridiculously impressive vegan transformations.
I do NOT think it has to be all-or-nothing.
My reason for reducing meat consumption?
The leanest and most ripped person I know is a vegan Olympic Strength and Conditioning Coach in Iceland, Mark Kislich.
Mark is 44 and eats a high carb low-fat diet.
He trains the athletes he coaches to eat the same way as well.
I was so impressed with the results of his diet, I co-created a course with him.
We realize that the keto movement is at peak popularity, but feel Mark’s approach is much more effective for fat loss and overall health.
This diet plan can be followed whether you are vegan or not.
Mark is vegan and I am not.
As a former fitness coach to fashion models, I can teach you how to increase muscle definition without adding size.
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