Unlike the high carb diet that can work against the body-s system of growth producing hormones, the Anabolic Diet maximizes the production and utilization of the Big 3 growth producers – testosterone, growth hormone and insulin – and does it naturally. It also shifts the body’s metabolism from that of a sugar burning, fat producing machine to that of a fat burning machine. With the body packing on extra muscle and simultaneously burning both dietary and stored body fat, the bodybuilder finds himself twice blessed. The Anabolic Diet stresses a high fat/high protein/low carbohydrate approach to nutrition.
Many in the general public will dismiss it out of hand, citing the popular beliefs that fat is a prime component in heart disease, cancer and obesity. Likewise, many bodybuilders have come to assume that dietary fat smooths the bodybuilder out and blurs definition. But they couldn’t be more wrong. Dietary fat, when utilized properly as in the Anabolic Diet, can be the key to growth and success. And while some will see the Anabolic Diet as a new, revolutionary, even dangerous approach to nutrition, its basics actually originated with the dawning of mankind.