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Old 03-18-2006, 05:01 PM
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What is the Ultimate Diet 2.0? The Ultimate Diet 2.0 is written by Lyle McDonald. In the six years since Dan Duchaine's book Bodyopus, research into human physiology, nutrition, biochemistry, etc. has advanced at an amazing and exponential pace. Science is finally getting to the mechanistic little details of why things happen in the body. Knowing why things happen in the body allows for a certain measure of control. The Ultimate Diet 2.0 represents an integrated approach to all of it.

The Ultimate Diet 2.0 Topics include:

* The evolutionary reasons why dieting to low bodyfat levels is so hard
* Calorie partitioning: where calories go when you eat them or come from when you diet.
* The hidden metabolic advantages that elite athletes have, and how to duplicate them to improve your results
* Fat metabolism, how to optimize fat burning
* Why stubborn fat is so stubborn and how to get rid of it
* The basics of muscular growth and why so many different training systems can all be right
* An integrated 7 day cycle incorporating the most cutting edge research to allow maximal fat loss with no muscle loss (some may gain muscle). This includes a detailed description of diet, training, supplements and drugs for each day of the cycle.
* Variants on the UD2 for different goals such as mass gains and endurance performance
* If you're a natural athlete who has wondered why it's so hard to reach your goals, the UD2 will give you the reasons. More importantly, it'll give you the solution to those problems.
http://www.qfac.com/books/ultimatediet2.html

Attached is a PDF file of UD 2.0 if you want to add it to your collection.

Enjoy!
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Copyright: 2003 by Lyle McDonald. All rights reserved.

This book or any part thereof, may not be reproduced or recorded in any form without permission in writing from the publisher, except for brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews.

For information contact:
Lyle McDonald
7584 Chevy Chase Dr. #210
Austin, Tx 78752
email: lylemcd@grandecom.net

I hate to say it, but this guy's ebook costs $20, which is a very good price for what you get. This book is part of his income, which IMO shouldn't be pirated.

Am I wrong?
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Fair enough. I will edit it out.


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Well, I don't put it past BN, but I know a lot of members here also frequent his board at bodyrecomposition.com. He's a very nice guy IMO that helps everyone who reads his book. I'd just hate to see the guy's shit get pirated when it's only a mere $20 for a megaton of great cutting info that I'm sure has taken him years to compile.

Shit like this is why Dante, the maker of DC training took down his stickies and doesn't answer any questions really about DC training except for his paying trainees.
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Thanks for editing that out Slayer. I'm leaving the thread up so everyone can see the level of respect we have for him and his work here at this site.
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Gotta agree on this. Lyle is a good shit, and the book is only 20 beans. props to slayer for wanting to hook the boys up though. He had the best intensions in this i'm sure.
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Gotta agree on this. Lyle is a good shit, and the book is only 20 beans. props to slayer for wanting to hook the boys up though. He had the best intensions in this i'm sure.
Oh, 100% agree..Slayer was only trying to hook everyone up I'm sure. I'm also sure Lyle must know the risk of internet piracy....Just sucks that if someone goes the ebook route instead of a book publication, that people will pirate it and he'll end up losing out on a lot of profits that could've been made. Personally, I always go cruising in the diet section of any book store I go into looking for a book like his. Regardless, I'm still glad I paid the measely 20 bones for it...
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great book! well worth $20
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What needed to be said has already been said. Not a good idea...
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Just sucks that if someone goes the ebook route instead of a book publication, that people will pirate it and he'll end up losing out on a lot of profits that could've been made
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!
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