Anyone follow Poliquin's diet method that he uses for his athletes for fat loss. He gets his athletes really lean really fast. I went to his seminar several years ago and have since kept pretty up to date on his recommendations. I'd like to know other's opinions and experiences (if any) on this type of diet. The diet is basically the same type that Dr. Dipasquale, Dr. Serrano, Milos Sarcev and even Dave Palumbo utilize (as well as Beverly International). High Protein (1.5 - 2.5g protein per lb bodyweight) Moderate fat (up to 90g added from mainly EFA sources) Low carbs (50g max from green veggies) Basically lean meats, added EFA's (fish oils), and green veggies. Whey workout w/ glutamine/BCAA's postworkout. (As readers here know, preworkout protein should be added as well). The diet is followed for 25 days w/ no carbs, then a high carb day/meal (depends on bf%), every 5th day. Although i'm not sure he still recommends the high carb days, b/c a recent article talking about the work he did w/ hockey player Doug Weight, had him eat NO carbs all summer, just lean meats. I think the reason may be b/c evidence that sugar and many carbs can potentially feed parasites, candida, bad bacteria in the GI tract. One thing that he puts a lot of emphasis on, and I think this is one of the most overlooked aspects of health as well as improving body composition, is digestive health. He realizes the impact of and tests/treats Leaky gut, food allergies, parasites, candida, etc. Dr. Sherry Rogers has a few great books on the subject, which is fascinating and I think is going to become a big subject in the near future. Another great book is "Patient, Heal Thyself", written by the owner of Garden of Life supplements. I've had bloating, digestive disorders, food allergies, etc for quite a long time and havent been able to lean out b/c of this. By treating these problems w/ proper diet and supplements, i'm getting much better.