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The Truth About Carbs, Protein, And Fat

I’ve been friends with Mike Nelson for a couple of years now. Every single time I talk to him he is smarter. And he should be. Mike is a scientist and spends most of his time performing experiments in the lab and reading studies that are impenetrable to me. And he trains and he tests, on himself and on his clients.

He is also a great teacher, which is not always the case with academics. Mike is able to break down complex concepts in such a way that they become impossible to misunderstand, even for a layman like yours truly.

Today I’m very excited to announce that after a long time putting it together, Mike is releasing a product called The Truth About Carbs, Protein, and Fats.

I’ve been experimenting with the methods and concepts in this product for a few months now and I’ve never looked or felt better. Mike teaches how a person can use the various types of fuel—carbs, protein, and fat—more efficiently, more often. This is called Metabolic Flexibility, but that’s not a very catchy title, so I’m glad he didn’t use it.

In short, Met Flex is a way to keep eating more of what you love, but still lose fat and gain muscle. It’s simple but elegant and I’m proud to be one of the first he chose to experiment with.

I urge you to take a look and see just how simple things can be. Mike’s throwing in a lot of bonuses too.

Josh

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  • Mike T Nelson February 23, 2011, 11:52 pm

    Thanks Josh for the wonderful write up! I really appreciate it and I awesome to hear it is working so well for you (as it has for many other test wabbits).

    Keep up the good work and if anyone has any questions, let me know!

    Rock on
    Mike T Nelson PhD(c)

    • Josh Hanagarne February 24, 2011, 8:17 pm

      You’re welcome Mike. You’ve done me a big favor by getting this all together and making it so clear.