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    Steve Madden is offline Senior Member
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    Default Precision Nutrition?

    I've just been checking out this site and it has peaked my interest. The price is a little high but if the quality is what it appears to be it seems like a worthy investment. Anyone here a customer and pleased with the results?

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    Not a customer, but a great program for sure. I have employed his concepts and they work for me. Berardi certainly knows what he is doing. Good Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Madden View Post
    I've just been checking out this site and it has peaked my interest. The price is a little high but if the quality is what it appears to be it seems like a worthy investment. Anyone here a customer and pleased with the results?
    YES YES YES

    Here's a review from over a year ago. Every word is still pretty durn true. THere's a follow up review attached.

    The forum alone is worth the price of the package which is shockingly reasonable.

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    Thanks MC, I remember you advocating this some time ago and hoped you'd offer your perspective. If it's as good as it looks (12 books!) then the price is more than reasonabe. If there's a link in your blog I'll order through it and hopefully send a percentage your way.

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    Precision Nutrition (and their Optimum Nutrition additional cookbook) are awesome! I have been using them to good success. The forum and newsletters are also worth the price of admission.

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    I never use nutrition.Because i think some nutrition which are not natural may harm us.But according to me its bad to use nutrition we should get that naturally only.Whats say?

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    Hi all,
    Precision Nutrition is great on paper and in theory, but very difficult to practice. If you have your motivation on target and need some concrete advice, then I would recommend it. If you are looking for a few pointers to follow then just do your best to follow the 10 habits, which are provided on the site free of charge. I don't have an iron will, nor the motiviation to get really lean, but I do my best to follow most of the 10 habits.
    Just my two cents,
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    How would you compare the overall intent of PN with WD? Are they both the means to the same end, or do they have different goals?

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    Jeff, I'll let you know when I've received/looked over the material. To paraphrase MC from some time ago, I think PN is more about what you eat whereas WD is concerned about when. It's possible I just made that up though.

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    Red face "eat food, not too much mostly plants"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    How would you compare the overall intent of PN with WD? Are they both the means to the same end, or do they have different goals?
    What do you want to do? And what approach best supports those goals, and how you like to eat?


    I don't think anyone here who's WD would argue with me saying
    WD is *sorta* intermittent fasting. It's more, eat fewer calories during the day and have a big meal at night.

    As for PN, Here's a free pdf that was mentioned - 40 pages - that lays out the approach. In this case, its approach is mainly about habits: things like,

    but if the goal is weight loss, it doesn't matter if you spread your cals out over multiple feedings during the day or a massive chow down at night: excess calories in relative to energy demand means weight gain; reduced overall calories in means weight loss.

    Doesn't matter how you cut it, thermodynamics rules.

    So in the end it's finding a healthy approach that works for you, and sticking with it.

    I personally like the heuristics of PN, but i know a LOT of people who prefer the heuristics of WD. Get right with whatever that approach is, and then tune it to support your goals.

    lately i keep coming back to Pollan's summation in In Defense of Food: "eat food, not too much mostly plants."

    And yes steve, it's an outrageously good deal for all the material you get - especially the forum. The number of science geeks who train athletes and can dial it in cold there are awesome.


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