Eating is Not a Full-Time Job

PEOs-based dietConstant eating is not healthy and you should not make it a full-time job. You better spend your time on other things than being a slave to constant hunger and food cravings. Some diets today suggest that individual should eat 5-6 times a day or every three hours and also significantly limit their intake of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. With this type of diet, their clients will be starving all the time. Diet books or magazine article that recommends you to eat 5-6 times a day and gazing like a cow or Billy goat is wrong. Instead of losing weight, you will gain more weight faster.

The idea that you will burn essential muscle instead of useless body fat if you don’t eat 5-6 times a day is silly. This would mean muscle is less important to the body than fat. This statement is not true. Anyone who goes to the gym is well aware how hard it is to build muscle. From the medical physiology texts, it has been known that your body won’t destroy precious muscle unless you starve for weeks on end. It has been cleared from the Textbook of Medical Physiology page 881 that there have to be several weeks of starvation before muscle will ever be cannibalized. It is simply not true that carbs are required at every meal to spare muscle. If the human physiology or any living things had preferred burning precious muscle to suing worthless, excess body fat for energy, the entire human race would have died eons ago. As hunter-gathers human beings could and never would eat every three hours.

There is only one solution to satisfy your carvings for carbs and sweets, you should eat foods that are great sources of Parent Essential Oils or PEOs-based foods. This diet is consists of fresh fruits and vegetables, meat from cattle animals or grass-eater animals and some nuts like walnuts. This is what you call PEOs-based diet or Living foods diet. These foods consist of essential fats and nutrients in their “parent” form, that’s why you have to consume fruits and vegetables raw. For the meat, you can cook it, but not overcook it. So if you want to lose weight and stay lean-for-life, you have to follow the PEOs-based diet.


Mike Maunu – Founder