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TNT Low Carb Diet is the Plan for Me!


When it came time to sign up for the Summer 52 Day Challenge, the question was posed by another TNTer (Farsteve) and myself as to whether TNT could be considered clean eating.  Dariego replied by quoting Section 3 of The 52 Day Challenge FAQ 2008

“3. Is there really a defined structure for Clean Eats? No, it is what you want it to be. … Some guys will follow the advice in Clean Eating III & Siscoe’s “So you want to lose fat” post exactly, some will be stricter, and still others will have just caloric goals. However, don’t short-change yourself and convince yourself that just because you are not eating a whole pizza in a day you are eating cleanly. It is supposed to be a challenge.”

To learn what Clean Eating is you are referred to the following definitive statement of Clean Eating:  Clean Eating III

Superpup then responded:
“Welcome to the challenge! I’m glad you read dareigo‘s response the way it was intended, an open invitation.

Short Answer: count it clean and join

Long Answer: TNT Man, the answer is in your description of TNT as “…a highly structured Low Carb Diet & Exercise program.” I haven’t read it, but I have read reviews of it from reputable sources. The sources agree that the diet is well researched, and the research informs their choices. Though it departs from the norm, it does so in a measured, research-based, clearly defined way, which leads us back to the short answer: count it clean and join! Again, Welcome!”

Interestingly enough, when I urged other TNTers to join the challenge, one person opposed the concept saying:  “I want to protest this! How can a TNTer follow this if the “clean eating” shuns fatty meats….in particular, bacon, which is recommended by the authors of TNT?” 

I am happy to say that several TNTers are participating in this challenge. 

What we have here is the classic conflict between Low Fat diets and Low Carb diets.   These are two totally different approaches to the age old problem of getting rid of extra pounds.  What I want to explore here is not to answer the question “What is TNT and why does it work?” – that I will let you read on your own, but “What lead me to TNT and why is TNT the diet and exercise plan for me?” 

I will continue to add to this Page and I will add Chapters (sub pages) as the whim strikes me.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ed johnson
    Aug 30, 2014 @ 03:45:42

    I just saw a video by Jeff Volek, so I’m new to all this. I notice some recipes call for Splenda (which I’m told is bad news), so can I use Xylitol or what?

    Reply

    • TNT Man
      Aug 30, 2014 @ 07:04:54

      Ed:

      Welcome. Most any of the sugar substitutes will be OK. My problem with Xylitol is that it has a laxative effect which I am sensitive to. Also, ir is a life-threatening toxin to dogs.

      Good Luck
      TNT Man

      Reply

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