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Nutrition discussion on Ultimate Diet 2.0 by Lyle McDonald 76 pages, PDF, within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by Eric3237 Yeah. But I bet anything that he had very specifics reasons for doing a e-book. Like ...


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Old 03-20-2006, 01:44 AM   #11
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Yeah. But I bet anything that he had very specifics reasons for doing a e-book. Like it being 76 pages. Publishers want longer books. That's why when you see similar diet books in print form, half the book is the author repeating himself!

To me, it means that he was uncomprimising and wasn't willing to fill up his book with bullshit in order to satisfy publisher guidelines. So to anyone out there who thinks the 300 page bodybuilding diet book in print is worth more than Lyle's (or anyone else's) e-book: Think again. It's not necassarily true!
If it was me, I would've filled the middle up with some charts, pictures, sample daily intake's, ect. Would that have made the difference?..Or would that not have been enough I wonder?..

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Old 03-20-2006, 07:01 AM   #12
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If it was me, I would've filled the middle up with some charts, pictures, sample daily intake's, ect. Would that have made the difference?..Or would that not have been enough I wonder?..
That's definitely the idea....with lots of before/after pictures showing barely discernable differences but with clever changes in lighting and camera angle

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