Flexible Dieting: The Book I Wish I Had:

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Flexible Dieting: The Book I Wish I Had:

15.00

My first baby

A 78 page e-book that covers Flexible Dieting from A-Z. 

*Learn the science behind flexible dieting

*Learn how to adjust your calories and macronutrients based on your personal physiology and goals

This book gives you a framework to apply nutrition principles and succeed. After reading you'll never be frustrated with why diets do and don't work. 

 

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 / Introduction – My motivations behind the project, why context is so important and flexible dieting principles.

Chapter 2 / Energy Balance – Learn the truth about metabolism, how energy in vs energy out sets the table for everything else. Examining research that shows our bodies do not see good vs bad foods. It’s about energy value and nutrients.

Chapter 3 / Macronutrients & Alcohol – An in depth look at the physiological role of fat, carbohydrate, protein and fiber. Also, how to fit alcohol into a flexible diet.

Chapter 4 / Micronutrients – Looking at the basic functions vitamins and minerals have in our bodies. Which ones tend to be deficient, if a multivitamin is really necessary and when it’s crucial to obtain micronutrients.

Chapter 5 / Flexible Dieting Tracking & Troubleshooting - How to set up goal calories and macronutrients based on your personal goals. Most importantly, learn how to make adjustments when progress slows. *I personally feel like this is the best part of the book, as nearly anyone can get you started, but you must know how to adjust.

Chapter 6 / Mindful Eating – Whether your goal is fat loss, muscle gain or improved athletic performance I provide several strategies for learning how to flexible diet without tracking a single calorie.

Chapter 7 / IIFYM & Clean Eating - Examining what is wrong with both diets and how flexible dieting provides a better alternative.

Chapter 8 / Why Flexible Diet? - Comparing flexible dieting to other choices and examining why I think it’s the best. 

Chapter 9 / Tracking Food Basics - If you’re a rookie flexible dieter, this will be crucial. I walk you through the simple, yet critical parts of how to weigh different foods, how to track and other frequently asked questions. 

Testimonials 

“Prior to working with Greg, I was a detached and nutritionally possessed mess. I was distressed about hitting precise nutritional quotas each day. I would refrain from going out to eat with family and friends in fear of not knowing the exact composition of my meal. However, Greg taught me how preoccupying yourself with regards to macronutrients is just as detrimental as tormenting yourself over the foods you eat and what time you eat them at. His guidance aided in relieving myself of this obsessive behavior and allowed me to live a flexible lifestyle that was far more enjoyable and sustainable.” - Tim Manley

“Last competition prep (with a different coach) I was hungry, exhausted, too skinny, and chained to containers all day every day. I am so thankful that Greg has helped me become healthier inside and out! I no longer view foods as “bad” and I can actually enjoy a meal out with my family and celebrate special occasions without my Tupperware! My workouts are challenging and change as my body changes. My strength has increased, my metabolism is healthy, my physique has never been better, and my gym time is no longer a chore that I dread. On top of that, I have a healthier view of my own body and have made peace with my body image. Greg has been available to me whenever I need anything whether it is nutrition question, a workout question, or just to have a support system. This man knows his stuff and amazes me with his knowledge of nutrition and training.” - Rachel Mikel

Working with Greg I've learned the how to properly implement nutrition timing. I’ve also learned how to balancing having a social life, going out for a drink or two while still progressing further towards my goals. Before working with Greg I had an idea about macros, however did not know how to optimize my diet for my performance. Now I don’t stress about nutrition, being social and going out, or “switching it up” on my workouts. Greg has taught me life balance with flexible dieting, simple enough anyone can learn.” - Kyle Brubaker 

Greg Farris is not just an intelligent coach that understand the science and the importance of flexibility when it comes to health & fitness, he’s also a true gent and humble coach. With Greg’s guidance I can focus on other areas of my life, knowing I am in secure hands, this is invaluable to me. Currently under 20 weeks out from my first natural bodybuilding show, doing 1 cardio session a week, eating almost 3000 calories and I can still go away on holiday with my girlfriend. That’s enough evidence that Greg is a terrific coach and I hope to replicate his skills in my own coaching“- Stephen Hall