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Cereal Killers 2 – Carb loading has hit the wall

I remember when I first started challenging my university education, attending my first courses provided by the CHEK Institute. One of my colleagues who became a business partner, was of Welsh descent (both parents) and always tested as a ‘Protein Type’ using William Willcott’s Metabolic Typing Diet. It made a lot of sense. Someone with ancestry from a cold country for thousands of years, who has genetics more in tune with higher amounts protein and fat, than carbohydrates. He started testing the effect on himself. As an avid triathlete, this was certainly challenging the çarb loading’dogma that had been around and taught for decades. The result was pretty clear to him though. When he switched from a diet laden with starchy carbs, sports drinks and power bars, to fat and protein, he proclaimed the change was amazing! Finally a movie dealing with this exact subject. A must movie for high performance athletes. Here’s the description of the movie from Yekra: “Run on Fat charts world class triathlete Sami Inkinen’s transition from pre-diabetic sugar burner to a faster, healthier, fat fueled endurance athlete under the guidance of New York Times bestselling author Dr Stephen Phinney. When Sami embarks on an epic anti sugar crusade with his wife Meredith – rowing 4,000 kms unsupported from California to Hawaii – their remarkable journey reveals the astonishing performance benefits and pitfalls of successful fat fueling strategies for athletic performance. As more and more evidence emerges of world class athletes adopting a similar protocol – with remarkable results in some cases – “Run on Fat” challenges the very foundations of sports nutrition.”
 

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Cereal Killers 2

Run on Fat charts world class triathlete Sami Inkinen’s transition from pre-diabetic sugar burner to a faster, healthier, fat fueled endurance athlete under the guidance of New York Times bestselling author Dr Stephen Phinney.

When Sami embarks on an epic anti sugar crusade with his wife Meredith – rowing 4,000 kms unsupported from California to Hawaii – their remarkable journey reveals the astonishing performance benefits and pitfalls of successful fat fueling strategies for athletic performance.

As more and more evidence emerges of world class athletes adopting a similar protocol – with remarkable results in some cases – “Run on Fat” challenges the very foundations of sports nutrition.